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Passenger Pigeon Manifesto

Author: Adam Harangozó Signed by a large number of professionals, the Passenger Pigeon Manifesto is a call to public galleries, libraries, archives, and museums to liberate our cultural heritage. Read the manifesto here: https://ppmanifesto.hcommons.org   http://ppmanifesto.hcommons.org Publication Date: 14th September 2020 Archive: https://www.force11.org/node/9434

FORCE11 Manifesto

THIS DOCUMENT IS A PART OF THE FORCE11 HISTORICAL ARCHIVES Improving Future Research Communication and e-Scholarship Editors: Phil E. Bournea, Tim Clarkb, Robert Dalec, Anita de Waardd, Ivan Hermane, Eduard Hovyf, and David Shottong Contributors: Bradley P. Allend, Aliaksandr Birukouh, Judith A. Blakei, Philip E. Bournea, Simon Buckingham Shumj, Gully A.P.C. Burnsf, Leslie Chank, Olga

Amsterdam Manifesto

EndorseComment     PLEASE NOTE:  (February 26, 2014) The "Amsterdam Manifesto" is no longer current.  The information from this site has been incorporated into the work of the "Joint Declaration of Data Citation Principles" authored by the Data Citation Synthesis Group.     The Amsterdam Manifesto on Data Citation Principles Preface: We wish to promote

The FORCE11 Manifesto in Powerpoint

We have summarized the major contents of the FORCE11 Manifesto as a Powerpoint presentation.  This slide set can also be used to help spread the word about FORCE11.  Just make sure to acknowledge FORCE11 in your presentation. force11_manifesto.pptx FORCE11 Archive: https://archive.force11.net/node/6495

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For The complete website Click Here. This is our wiki from the workshop … and beyond. Anyone is welcome to contribute to the site by first joining the discussion group. Goal: The goal of the workshop was not to produce a white paper! Rather it was to identify a set of requirements, and a group

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FORCE11 FORCE11 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. Contact Us About People at FORCE11

About FORCE11 (FSCI Info Page)

About FORCE11 About Whether you are already familiar with FSCI or a new/prospective attendee or participant, keep FSCI 2021 on your radar! The FSCI organizers are processing all of the valuable feedback and insights we have learned from this past August into the planning and delivery of this year’s event. As always, we want these

Transforming Scholarly Communications: Bringing researchers into the conversation

FORCE11 is a community of scholars, librarians, archivists, publishers and research funders working together to help facilitate improved knowledge creation and sharing. We have grown from a small group into an open movement of like-minded individuals advocating for a diverse set of emerging technologies, policies, funding mechanisms and business models. The Researcher's Voice in Transforming

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