eResearch infrastructure for sports science motor activity research data - motor research data

The DFG-funded project "MO|RE data" is building a generally accessible eResearch infrastructure for sports science motor activity research data. The focus is on data from selected standardized test items with a high degree of dissemination. Furthermore, MO|RE data generates high-quality normative data and publishes accompanying materials for sport motor tests. The innovative allocation of DOIs (Digital Object Identifier) for the data sets stored in MO|RE data enables referencing for publications and research work.

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MO|RE data at the NFDITalk

On Monday Dr. Katja Klemm presented at the NFDITalk format with the topic: "Development of an RDM strategy - the example of sports science".

Watch it on Youtube: NFDITalk (15 April 2024)

Reading recommendation from MO|RE data

The team behind MO|RE data published the article: "Development and Introduction of a Disciplinary Data Repository for Sport Scientists Based on the Example MO|RE Data"

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RDA Meeting in Potsdam

On February 20th and 21st, the annual meeting of the Research Data Alliance Germany took place.

Katja Klemm and Hannah Kron represented the IfSS with the poster titled "From Repository to Research Data Center – How Access Paths to Sensitive Data in Sports Science Can Be Established", showcasing the projects MO|RE data and FDZ MoL.

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Winter special MO|RE data! continues

For your data of motor performance upload to MO|RE data you can now receive €100 in compensation! Participate until April 8, 2024 and drive research forward. All details at Winter special.