“FAIRsharing is a resource based at the University of Oxford in the UK with an international user base, endorsed by the Research Data Alliance and a number of major scholarly publishers, funders, infrastructure initiatives and other stakeholders. FAIRsharing provides manually curated metadata records on data and metadata standards, databases, repositories and knowledge bases, journal and funder data policies and the relationships between them. FAIRsharing helps to define the indicators necessary to monitor the development, evolution and integration of standards, as well as their implementation and use in databases, and adoption in data policies by funders, journals and other organizations. FAIRsharing guides consumers to discover, select and use these resources with confidence, and enables producers to make their resources more findable, adopted and cited.
OpenAIRE works to develop tools for Open Science and has established an open and sustainable scholarly communication infrastructure responsible for the overall management, analysis, manipulation, provision, monitoring and cross-linking of all research outcomes.
This mutual effort and collaboration between OpenAIRE and FAIRsharing will ensure that this interconnected information will provide greater knowledge to researchers and other stakeholders. For example researchers will be able to discover related standards alongside the databases that implement specific standards….”