|Force11 #FSCI19 Call from FSCI2019@UCLA:|
> Do you have research, experience, or skills in Scholarly Communication that you can share with others?
> Could you help improve Scholarly Communication by proposing and leading a FSCI summer course?
> Do you want to teach and learn in a premiere community-led Scholarly Communication Summer School?
Submit a course proposal for FSCI 2019! New and returning instructors are welcome!
DEADLINE: January 18, 2019
FSCI 2019 (FORCE11 Scholarly Communications Institute) is being held this year at UCLA in Los Angeles, California from August 5 – 9, 2019. It is the premiere community-led and organised summer school on current trends in Scholarly Communication. Our instructors are community members who are passionate about passing on their knowledge and experience to others in Scholarly Communication and Open Research. They range from up-and-coming researchers and practitioners to world-leading experts. The students they teach come from a wide variety of backgrounds: research, funding, administration, publishing, libraries, and information users; from absolute beginners to discipline leaders. They are eager to learn and represent an excellent source of potential collaborations. Learn more.
FORCE11 (The Future of Research Communication and eScholarship) is a community of scholars, librarians, archivists, publishers and research funders that has arisen organically to help facilitate the change toward improved knowledge creation and sharing. Individually and collectively, we aim to bring about a change in modern scholarly communications through the effective use of information technology. Visit FORCE11.org for more information.
Plans are in full swing for the Choosing Pathways to Open Access or CP2OA18 happening on the UC Berkeley campus on October 16-17, 2018. #cp2oa18 @UCB_ScholComm
Sponsored by the UC Libraries, librarians from several of the UC campuses and several California Digital Library (CDL) staff are knee-deep in planning efforts to engage library decision-makers across the United States.
CP2OA18 is a “free two-day working forum for North American library or consortium leaders and key academic stakeholders centered on action-focused deliberations about redirecting subscription and other funds toward sustainable open access publishing.”
We’ve created a CP2OA18 reading list at the UC San Diego Library, starting with the Choosing Pathways Toolkit in addition to incorporating suggested resources and citations gathered from the various reports.The CP2OA working group will distribute preparation materials in coming months.
- Pathways to OA: Executive Summary [PDF]
- Pathways to OA: Full Report [PDF]
- Pathways to OA: Chart Summarizing Approaches, Strategies, & Next Steps [PDF]
For updates, please watch this space.
For more information, contact or scholcomm [at] ucsd [dot] edu or scholcomm [at] berkeley [dot] edu
@SPARC_NA and the Right to Research Coalition @R2RC, in partnership with York University, Ryerson University, and the University of Toronto, are excited to announce that OpenCon 2018—the flagship global meeting of the OpenCon community—will take place on November 2-4 in Toronto, Canada.
#OpenCon 2018 will take place Nov 2-4 in Toronto. @Open_Con works to develop, activate, & connect a global community of next generation leaders who are driving the culture shift toward open in research & education. Get updates and share!
Two days of critical discussion about creating a more diverse and equitable future for open access
The Post Office
June 26-27 2018
Organised by Coventry University’s postdigital arts and humanities research centre: The Post Office, a project of the Centre for Postdigital Cultures
Attendance and participation is free of charge but registration is mandatory. Register here.
Speakers: Denisse Albornoz, Janneke Adema, Laurie Allen, Angel Octavio Alvarez Solís, Bodó Balázs, Kirsten Bell, George Chen, Jill Claassen, Joe Deville, Maddalena Fragnito, Valeria Graziano, Eileen Joy, Chris Kelty, Christopher Long, Kaja Marczewska, Frances McDonald, Gabriela Méndez-Cota, Samuel Moore, Tahani Nadim, Christopher Newfield, Sebastian Nordhoff, Lena Nyahodza, Alejandro Posada, Reggie Raju, Václav Štětka, Whitney Trettien
Courses Posted and Registration Open for the 2nd Annual FORCE11 Scholarly Communications Institute (FSCI2018). The Institute will again be hosted by the University of California, San Diego from July 30 – August 3, 2018. See more information here www.force11.org/fsci/2018.
FSCI2018 offers participants 5 days of training and skills development in new modes of research communication. All levels of participants, from absolute beginners to advancedat scholarly communication, will find courses of interest. If you are a scholar/researcher, librarian, institution administrator, funding agency manager, publishing administrator/editor, data manager, student, or anyone else who participates in scholarly communication, you will benefit from attending FSCI.
FSCI is organized by FORCE11 (The Future of Research Communication and e-Scholarship) in collaboration with the University of California San Diego Library. Force11 is a community of scholars, librarians, archivists, publishers, and research funders who study and facilitate new developments in knowledge creation and communication. Membership is open to all who share this interest!
FSCI2018 Course list:
- Inside Scholarly Communications Today
- Reproducible Research Reporting and Dynamic Documents with Open Authoring Tools: Toward the Paper of the Future
- Collaboration, Communities and Collectivities: Understanding Collaboration in the Scholarly Commons
- Community, Collaboration, and Impact: Open Scholarly Communication for Humanities and Social Sciences
- Building an Open, Fair, and Sustainable Information-Rich Research Institution
- Data in the Scholarly Communications Life Cycle
- The Basics and Beyond: Developing a Critical, Community-Based Approach to Open Education
- Research Reproducibility in Theory and Practice
- The Art of Transforming a Research Paper into a Lay Summary
- Open South: The Open Science Experience in Latin America and the Caribbean
- Pre- and Post-Publication Peer Review: Perspectives and Platforms
- Detection of Questionable Publishing Practices: Procedures, Key Elements and Practical Examples
- Open Data Visualization – Tools and Techniques to Better Report Data
- Public Humanities as Scholarly Communication
- Integrating Wikidata with Your Research and Curation Workflows
- How Much Does Open Access Cost? A Hands-on Approach to Tracking and Analysing Article Processing Charges
- Publishing Reproducible Code and Data: A Hands-on, Bring-Your-Own-Code Course
- Opening the Research Enterprise: Partnering to Support Openness in Grant-Funded Faculty Research
- Implementing Software Citation
- Mentoring the Next Generation of Open Scholars: Approaches, Tools & Tactics
- Structural Biology: A Prototypical Case for Publishing Big Data
Contact: Stephanie Hagstrom firstname.lastname@example.org