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FORCE2023

Thinking/Acting: The Global and the Local

FORCE11 annual conference: 18–20 April (Online)

FORCE2023 Program

Modified: Tue, 18 Apr 2023 07:16:52 +0000
Published: 18 Apr 2023

Program

See the full program on Sched (only for registered conference attendies).

Session time (UTC)April 18April 19April 20
09:00Conference opening Keynote:
Prof. Lucy Montgomery, Curtin Open Knowledge Initiative 
Presentations:
Documentation and Localisation for Research Equity – Goodnews Sandy, Richie Moluno, and Batool Almarzouq, The Alan Turing Institute
COVID-19 and the future of accountant(cy)(ing) in digital perspectives, Anak Agung Gde Satia Utama, Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia
10:00Presentations:
Supporting Bibliodiversity in OA Book Publishing: The Open Book Collective, Judith Fathallah, Lancaster University and Coventry University
Sponsored data mobilization to increase quantity, openness and accessibility of public health data – Scott Edmunds, GigaScience Press/BGI Hong Kong
Lightning talks (60mins):
A manifesto for rewarding and recognising Team Infrastructure Roles, Esther Plomp, Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Applied Sciences
Connecting global communities through open data publishing, Sarah Lippincott, Dryad
Supporting software citation without reinventing the wheel, Rachael Lammey, Crossref
Research Data Service at CUHK: From Collaboration to Foundation, Wendy Hoi-Yan Wong, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Improving the visibility of research theses, Romana Challans and James Earnshaw, Flinders University
Presentations:
Increase reliability of science with Open, Dynamic and Live methods in scholarly communication, Sofia Batista Leite
Looking ahead: A Global Corpus for All Data Citations, Matthew Buys, DataCite
11:00Lightning talks (60mins):
The Open Access Journals Toolkit: A community-led initiative, Lucia Loffreda, Research Consulting
ECRcentral.org – a central platform for early career researchers, Valentina Gascue, Laboratorio de Neurociencias, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de la República
Practical Strategies Journals and Publishers Can Adopt to Become More Author-Centric, Nikesh Gosalia, Cactus Communications
Multilingual by design: ScienceOpen infrastructure to promote local language translations, Nina Tscheke, ScienceOpen
Presentation
About FORCE11
Todd Carpenter, NISO, President of FORCE11; Marty Brennan; Emma Ganley; Iratxe Puebla, and; Simon Worthington.
14:0014:00-18:00 Workshop: Getting Data Cited – Supporting Dataset Import into Zotero
Click here to add to My Schedule. Sebastian Karcher
15:30Workshop (continued)Lightning talks (90 mins)
Learning from collaboration in local setting, Roseline Dzekem Dine, Rinda Ubuzima
Charcoal Burning in Zambia: User Narratives for a Successful and Equitable Information Services, Brian Bales, International Atomic Energy Agency
Metadata for everyone: Close reading the metadata for cultural issues, Julie Shi, Scholars Portal
Metadata for everyone: Programmatic analysis of Crossref metadata, Dennis Donathan II, Public Knowledge Project
Open Knowledge Maps: How to Build a Glocal Discovery Infrastructure, Peter Kraker, Open Knowledge Maps
Equity in Funding: Challenging Bias in Grant Review Processes, Arturo Garduño-Magaña, PREreview
16:00Panel: 
Implementing FAIR Workflows – Bringing Researchers and Solutions Together
Speakers: Helena Cousijn, Zefan Zheng, Maria Praetzellis, Lucia Melloni, Tanya Brown
Workshop (continued): Until 18:00Lightning talks (Continued)
17:00Keynote:
Preprints for whom? How preprints allow research communities to chart their own path in science communication – Iratxe Puebla, ASAPbio and Kanika Khanna, University of California, Berkeley
Panel:
Breaking Down the Barriers to Global Engagement: Some Lessons Learned
Speakers:
Mary Beth Barilla, NISO; Susan Collins, Crossref; Lorin Jackson, Network of the National Library of Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina Libraries; Gabriella Mejias, DataCite; Lombe Tembo, ORCID
Keynote:
Open Knowledge Network and Open Science – Chaitan Baru, National Science Foundation (US)
18:00Chair: Daniel S. Katz, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Presentations:
A Systematized Review of Open Access Mandate Research – Elena Azadbakht, Teresa Schultz, Tara Radniecki [Speaker], Amy Shannon, University of Nevada, Reno 
Bringing transparency and openness to sharing grant proposals authors – Hao Ye, University of Florida; Perry Collins, University of Florida; Hannah Toombs, Cornell University; Natalia Uribe-Castañeda, University of Florida
Presentations:
The COAR Notify Initiative: Transforming scholarly communication one preprint <-> peer review link at a time, Martin Klein 
Reengineering the global scholarly Communication System: A triad perspective, Pius Gamette
Panel:
Facilitating an Open Research Ecosystem
Speakers: Mary Beth Barilla, NISO; Potential speakers: Brian Nosek/Nici Pfeiffer, COS; Matt Buys/Helena Cousijn, DataCite; Stephanie Russo Carroll, University of Arizona; Katherine Skinner/Sarah Lippincott, Nettie Lagace, NISO 
19:00Lightning talks (90mins):
Project JASPER: A Collaborative Initiative to Ensure the Preservation and Ongoing Access of Diamond OA Scholarship, Jefferson Bailey, Internet Archive
Reviews: The Journal of Journal Reviews, Stephanie Towery, Texas State University, and Brianne Selman, University of Winnipeg
Basic Research Competencies Framework (BRCF): A Systematic Approach to Research Education, Lucía Pérez Gómez, International Federation of Medical Students Associations (IFMSA)
Peer-Assisted Learning: a way to develop Students Research Education, Sanae Majdouli, International Federation of Medical Students Associations (IFMSA)
Keynote:
Open Science policies: the art of balancing dreams and reality – Soledad Quiroz Valenzuela, Universidad Central de Chile
Closing remarks