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    How to be FAIR with your data - A teaching and training handbook for higher education institutions
    (European Commission, 2022-01) Engelhardt, Claudia; Biernacka, Katarzyna; Coffey, Aoife M.; Cornet, Ronald; Danciu, Alina; Demchenko, Yuri; Downes, Stephen; Erdmann, Christopher; Garbuglia, Federica; Germer, Kerstin; Hellström, Margareta; Hettne, Kristina; Hibbert, Dawn; Jetten, Mijke; Karimova, Yulia; Kryger Hansen, Karsten; Kuusniemi, Mari Elisa; Letizia, Viviana; McCutcheon, Valerie; McGillivray, Barbara; Ostrop, Jenny; Petersen, Britta; Petrus, Ana; Reichmann, Stefan; Rettberg, Najla; Reverté, Carmen; Rochlin, Nick; Saenen, Bregt; Schmidt, Birgit; Scholten, Jolien; Shanahan, Hugh; Straube, Armin; Van den Eynden, Veerle; Vandendorpe, Justine; Venkataram, Shanmugasundaram; Wiljes, Cord; Wuttke, Ulrike; Yeomans, Joanne; Zhou, Biru; Barthauer, Raisa; Demchenko, Yuri; Engelhardt, Claudia; Garbuglia, Federica; Germer, Kerstin; Hellström, Margareta; McCutcheon, Valerie; Shanahan, Hugh; Straube, Armin; Venkataram, Shanmugasundaram; Vieira, André; Yeomans, Joanne; Zhou, Biru; Horizon 2020
    The handbook was written and edited by a group of about 40 collaborators in a series of six book sprint events that took place between 1 and 10 June 2021. It aims to support higher education institutions with the practical implementation of content relating to the FAIR principles in their curricula and teaching by providing practical material, such as competence profiles, learning outcomes and lesson plans, and supporting information. It incorporates community feedback received during the public consultation which ran from 27 July to 12 September 2021.
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    Ballineaspigmore and Bishopstown House
    (Bishopstown Community Association, 1981) McCarthy, J. P.
    Ballineaspig, anglicised Bishopstown, consists of two townlands which are Ballineaspigmore and Ballineaspigbeg. Taken together, both townlands oc­cupy an area identifiable in modern day terms as lying approximately be­tween the old Glasheen National School on the east side and what was, until recently, the University Farm Curraheen Road on the west. A townland is the smallest administrative land division in Ireland. Historians and other scholars are as yet inconclusive about the origins of these divisions. They are certainly as old as the seventeenth century. The townland with which this booklet is concerned is known as Ballineaspigmore. It extends west from the new Regional Hospital at Wilton and includes modern housing estates such as Uam-Var, Benvoirlich and Firgrove. The simplest translation of the townland name is the large land division of the bishop. To clarify a popular misconception, Bishopstown does not derive its name from the fact that in the early eighteenth century a bishop of Cork built his country residence there. The name is much older and can be found in sources dating back to the sixteenth century.