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On the 29th of May the Dutch Open Science Communities, together with the ACOS team, will organise an Open Science Barcamp at the SURF offices in Utrecht (at the central station).Find out more »
Intersections: Connecting Open/Technology, Education, Society, and Scholarship – The inaugural OTESSA conference
Who: Open/Technology, Education, Society, and Scholarship Association (OTESSA) What: Intersections: Connecting Open/Technology, Education, Society, and Scholarship – The inaugural OTESSA conference Where: Western University in London, ON, Canada (at Congress) Book your accommodation ASAP as it is first come/first served. When: May 31-June 2, 2020 Why: Gather to build connections and community, and to explore our 2020 subthemes – Ethics, Access, & Futures – together Download or link to a PDF flyer of the Call for Proposals here in both…Find out more »
The Open Repositories Steering Committee and Stellenbosch University is delighted to announce that the 15th Open Repositories Conference will be held in Stellenbosch, South Africa, from 1-4 June 2020. The conference will be organised by Stellenbosch University Library and Information Service who looks forward to welcoming delegates to the first Open Repositories Conference (OR) on the African continent.Find out more »
Open Apereo is the open-source conference for education. It's an international, inclusive event offered by the Apereo Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to developing and sustaining innovative open-source software solutions for education. Apereo sponsored software communities develop and sustain learning tools and environments, media capture and management, authoring learning materials, portals, authentication, learning analytics, and more.Find out more »
The main theme of the conference is Open Science. There will be a focus on topics such as open access, professional collaboration, and innovation, and we invite your contribution to discuss their current state and ideas for the future. Be Open, Act Together creates space to share our own experience and expertise with fellow librarians from around the world. During June 22-26, 2020 we will acquire new skills and share novel information related to the most important issues in contemporary medical librarianship.Find out more »
Held in late June or early July, the conference brings library directors and their staff together for three days of networking and collaboration. Delegates mainly come from Europe but people from around the world are welcome, and we regularly welcome guests from countries including Australia, Canada and the United States.
The goal of the conference is to identify the most pressing needs for research libraries, and to share information and ideas for addressing those needs.
The ICTeSSH 2020 conference aims to bring together leading SSH researchers, computer scientists, informaticians, publishers, librarians, vendors of research ICT tools, SSH decision makers and others, to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of ICT enhanced Social Sciences and Humanities. In addition, the conference aims to discuss promising new ideas and identify new potential collaborators.Find out more »
Whether COVID-19, the flu or the common cold: Can wearables warn us when we're getting sick? What is JOGL Live? This new event is one of the many ways that JOGL supports open research and innovation. During a one-hour live call, we choose a project on JOGL and bring it into the spotlight. We will talk with Bastian Greshake Tzovaras, Mad Price Ball and Gary Wolf about the Quantified Flu project. Can physiological parameters tracked by our wearables predict when we’re getting…Find out more »
The 9th edition of ESOF will attract thousands of delegates to Trieste, the host city of ESOF2020 and the European City of Science 2020, during the week of the conference.Find out more »
JOGL (Just One Giant Lab) is turning one year old! JOGL (https://jogl.io/) is a platform where users can launch their projects and collaborate with others to solve problems using open science, responsible innovation, and continuous learning! We partner with academic labs, companies, startups, foundations, NGOs, and public services to create participatory research programs for understanding and solving health, environmental, social, and humanitarian issues. Celebrate 1 year of open science on JOGL with us by tuning in on Wednesday July 8th at…Find out more »
The Celtic Knot Wikimedia Language Conference aims to bring people together to share their experiences of working on sharing information in minority languages. We hope to help people learn how to encourage the flow of information across language barriers and support associated communities. As in previous years we will have a strong focus on Wikidata and its potential to support languages.Find out more »
The International Association of University Libraries (IATUL) invites you to attend the 41st IATUL Annual Conference at Universidade do Porto, Faculdade de Engenharia, Portugal from 12 to 16 July 2020. This is an excellent opportunity to hear about the latest academic library initiatives and network with colleagues and friends from all over the world.
The emergence of movements such as Open Science, Open Innovation and Citizen Science highlights how society benefits when institutions of higher education expand access to research and teaching. Ongoing engagement and collaboration between universities and communities are important components of these open initiatives. Academic libraries worldwide are playing vital roles in facilitating these initiatives through the development of new and innovative services and infrastructure.
WPCampus 2020 is a three-day conference event filled with sessions, networking, and social events. It will cover a variety of topics, all focused on the growth of Higher Education, Accessibility, WordPress, and its people. The fifth annual WPCampus conference will take place July 15-17, 2020 on the beautiful campus of Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana. Explore previous conferences to learn more about our event. What to expect While the format of our event is similar to a WordCamp, our…Find out more »
FSCI is intended for anybody who is interested in the developing new world of Scholarly Communication: researchers, librarians, publishers, university and research administration, funders, students, and postdocs.Find out more »
In 2020 the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen will host for the fourth time an (International) Summer School on Data Science. This program is aiming on students who have completed their bachelor degree already. Basic knowledge of one or more programming languages is expected.Find out more »
We are thrilled to announce a global Jupyter conference: JupyterCon 2020 will be held August 10–14 in the historic city of Berlin, Germany.Find out more »
FESN will organise its fourth Neuropsychology School being held at the FU Berlin from August 24th to 27th, 2020 (Local Organizers: Professor Michael Niedeggen and Ina Nordwald). The school is addressed to graduate students in their final years of PhD, or early post-docs, as well as clinicians at a comparable level of career. About 50 participants are invited from all partaking National Societies.Find out more »
The National Open Science Festival provides researchers the opportunity to learn about the benefits of different Open Science practices. It is a place to meet peers that are already working openly or that are interested to start doing so. Key to this day is sharing knowledge and best practices.
In organizing the National Open Science Festival, the program committee welcomes input from researchers in developing the programme for the day. The call for Sessions opens on Feb 1st.Find out more »
This workshop aims at revisiting digital knowledge infrastructures from an organisational and governance perspective, through their history, their stakes and achievements, as well as their challenges and obstacles. It will to explore how these infrastructures frame themselves, evolve and adapt, how they stimulate participation and implement innovative models of governance (e.g. Wikipedia) as well as how they create a shared culture and common values, how they sustain knowledge commons and may contribute to a new epistemology and scientific environment.Find out more »
WSF2020 is an international scientific conference coordinated by the MDPI Sustainability Foundation, under the patronage of the University of Basel, the University of Geneva and the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network (UN SDSN).Find out more »
Die Open-Access-Tage sind die zentrale jährliche Konferenz zum Thema Open Access und Open Science im deutschsprachigen Raum. Die Open-Access-Tage 2020 finden vom 15.09. bis 17.09. in Bielefeld statt. Nähere Informationen finden Sie auch auf Twitter (#oat20).Find out more »
PUBMET2020, Zadar, Croatia PUBMET2020 IS GOING ONLINE! Dear colleagues, editors, librarians, publishers, researchers and students, you are kindly invited to participate at PUBMET2020 – The 7th Conference on Scholarly Communication and Publishing in the Context of Open Science. Due to the COVID-19 situation, the format of the conference has been changed to a virtual conference. Organizers: University of Zadar, Department of Information Sciences Croatian Association for Scholarly Communication (CROASC), Zagreb University of Zagreb, Faculty of Food Technology and Biotechnology Ruđer…Find out more »
OASPA is pleased to announce that the OASPA 2020 annual conference will take place from Tuesday 22 - Thursday 24 September 2020 at the Sofitel Warsaw Victoria, Poland. Please save the date in your diary.
More details regarding registration and program development will be available in the coming months from oaspa.org/conference.Find out more »
The 2020 Triangle Scholarly Communication Institute will be held from October 4 to 8, 2020, in downtown Durham, North Carolina. This year’s theme will be Community, collaboration, and the commons. If you’re interested in participating, please review the Request for Proposals, and submit your proposal before May 1.Find out more »
#Force2020 will be in San Sebastián. October 19-21, 2020. — Let’s get creative with how we bring our communities together. Save the date and see you there! #Force2019Find out more »
Please save the date for the International FAIR Convergence Symposium convened by CODATA and GO FAIR on October 22-23 2020; followed by the CODATA General Assembly, 24 October 2020. The International FAIR Convergence Symposium will provide a forum for advancing international and cross-domain convergence around FAIR. The event will bring together a global data community with an interest in combining data across domains for a host of research issues - including major global challenges, such as those relating to the Sustainable Development Goals.Find out more »
2nd Basel Sustainable Publishing Forum – The Global Transition to Open Access: Challenges and Solutions
The 2nd Basel Sustainable Publishing Forum (BSPF) will be held in Basel, 26–27 October 2020. The aim of the forum is to offer a platform for open and constructive conversation between researchers, learned societies, university librarians, funding agencies, scholarly publishers, publishing platforms, and other concerned stakeholders (professional associations, etc.) to identify implementable solutions for a sustainable global transition to open access. A main topic of discussion of BSPF2 will be the challenges facing learned societies in this transition to Open Access, but the conference will also cover a broad array of topics relevant to these challenges, like the development of alternative metrics, the evaluation and promotion of researchers, the OA price transparency, the current situation and limitations of transformative agreements, copyright, etc.Find out more »
The Annual OPERAS Conference “Opening up Social Sciences in Europe: from Promises to Reality”, scheduled for 2–4 June 2020 at the Royal Library of Belgium (KBR) in Brussels, has been postponed due to the current outbreak of COVID-19. The conference will take place 2–4 November 2020 at the same location. The conference will address the following key issues: What are the challenges for SSH (social sciences and humanities) researchers in adopting “openness” as a common scholarly communication practice? How can…Find out more »
It has been twenty years since John Unsworth famously formulated scholarly primitives -- discovering, annotating, comparing, referring, sampling, illustrating and representing -- as a set of basic scholarly activities across disciplines, theoretical frameworks or eras. We will use the DARIAH Annual Event 2020 as an opportunity to re-evaluate and probe the notion and scope of scholarly primitives in the context of the ongoing developments in the field of Digital Humanities and DARIAH’s continuous efforts in shaping an effective and sustainable research infrastructure that meets the needs of humanities scholars.Find out more »