CoreTrustSeal Trustworthy Data Repositories Requirements
The CoreTrustSeal Trustworthy Data Repositories Requirements reflect the characteristics of trustworthy repositories. As such, all Requirements are mandatory and are equally weighted, standalone items. Although some overlap is unavoidable, duplication of evidence sought among Requirements has been kept to a minimum where possible.We encourage repositories to explore the CoreTrustSeal Trustworthy Data Repositories Requirements and seek certification:
- An Introduction to the CoreTrustSeal Trustworthy Data Repositories Requirements 2020–2022
- CoreTrustSeal Trustworthy Data Repositories Requirements 2020–2022
- CoreTrustSeal Trustworthy Data Repositories Requirements: Glossary 2020–2022
Note: The Introduction, Requirements, Glossary, and Extended Guidance for 2017–2019 may be found on this page.
CoreTrustSeal Trustworthy Data Repositories Requirements: Extended Guidance
A webinar on the CoreTrustSeal Extended Guidance 2017–2019 is also available for information:
Webinars on CoreTrustSeal Certification
The following two webinars were presented to a cohort of data repositories assembled to apply for CoreTrustSeal certification as part of the American Geophysical Union Coalition Enabling FAIR Data Project. They provide more information on CoreTrustSeal and the certification process.
Date: 22:00 UTC on Tuesday, 30 October 2018
Presenters: Rorie Edmunds (CoreTrustSeal ex officio Board Member, World Data System) and John Faundeen (CoreTrustSeal Board Member, US Geological Survey)
Content: General overview of CoreTrustSeal certification, and experience of USGS EROS Center in applying for CoreTrustSeal certification
Date: 16:00 UTC on Monday, 26 November 2018
Presenters: Ingrid Dillo (CoreTrustSeal Board Director, DANS) and Helen Glaves (UK National Geoscience Data Centre)
Content: Effort involved to become certified from DANS perspective, benefits of certification, and NGDC experience of CoreTrustSeal Data Repository certification