Joakim Philipson

Joakim Philipson

University of Stockholm

    Biography: Studied mathematics, history of ideas, philosophy of science, Russian language and literature at Umeå and Stockholm Universities, Library and Information Science at Borås University College (Masters degree - MLIS), 1996 . PhD in Slavic languages (Russian) at SU, Dec. 2008 (diss. The Purpose of Evolution: the ‘struggle for existence’ in the Russian-Jewish Press 1860-1900). Employments (selection): Dec. 1996-Feb. 2002 at National Library of Norway, (Mo i Rana site). 2006-2008: Södertörn University College Library 2008-2016: National Library of Sweden, Stockholm (metadata librarian for e-legal deposit, technical business developer) Oct. 2016- : Stockholm University Library (research data analyst / curator)

    Joakim Philipson Ph.D. , MLIS Research Data Analyst https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5699-994X

    Title: Facilitating FAIRness with a maDMP Online Stockholm University template
    Abstract: For the multiple purpose of making it easier for researchers to fill out a DMP form, reviewing it and evaluating the projective FAIRness of the data management in a described by the DMP, Stockholm University (SU) is developing a local DMP template in DMP Online for our researchers. This template, built on the Science Europe and Swedish Research Council DMP models, with the original sections and questions in the headings, is made more machine-actionable, by means of targeted questions and answers from multiple choice check-boxes or drop-down menus. As a result, the output via API from a DMP using this template can then easily be transformed to be compliant with the RDA DMP Common Standard, validating against the current maDMP-schema-1.1.json. This talk will be a live, lightning demo of how the template works and part of the FAIR assessment it could be used for.

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