Save the date! April 1, 2017 all-day open access workshop at University of Ottawa

Update March 25: an agenda a link to (optional) registration is available here: https://oa20171avril.wordpress.com/2017/03/18/all-day-open-access-workshop-at-university-of-ottawa/

On Saturday, April 1, 2017, Sustaining the Knowledge Commons is co-sponsoring an all-day open access workshop at the University of Ottawa. The workshop, part of a new master’s-level special topics course on open access, ISI 6300, will be designed to facilitate conversation on emerging topics in open access and related areas, and will feature local and visiting scholars engaged in various open access initiatives and research in addition to student presentations. Presentations will be in French or English and discussion welcome in either language. Registration will be free but required.

Confirmed speakers to date:

Inma Aleixos Borrás. Visiting Scholar. Tentative topic. “European Commission policies on (research) Open Data”. Website: www.inmaaleixos.com

Victoria Volkanova. Visiting Librarian « Les pratiques de publication des chercheurs en milieu francophone minoritaire à l’ère numérique » (see the SKC About the Team page for bio info).

Susan Spronk. University of Ottawa – Faculty of Social Sciences & Editor, Studies in Political Economy.

Kyle Conway & Bill Crahere: The Digital Press @ University of North Dakota

Mary Francoli hhttps://carleton.ca/sjc/profile/francoli-mary/ Open government

Sponsors

École des Sciences de l’Information | School of Information Studies http://arts.uottawa.ca/sis/

The Association des étudiants en sciences de l’information / Information Studies Student Association (AÉSISSA) http://arts.uottawa.ca/sis/student-experience/student-association

University of Ottawa Digital Humanities | Université d’Ottawa Sciences Humaines Numériques http://www.uottawa.ca/academic/info/regist/calendars/programs/1731.html

Sustaining the Knowledge Commons | Soutenir les Savoirs Communs (SKC): sustainingknowledgecommons.org

Watch for further details as planning unfolds early in 2017.

The workshop is part of a special topics class on open access, ISI 6300. An early draft of the course outline is available here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5n66wofwO7ackhZaE9aaXo3d3M/view

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