The Future of Research Communications and e-Scholarship

FORCE2015 Agenda-at-a-Glance

Modified: Wed, 06 Oct 2021 10:01:18 +0000
Published: 6 Oct 2021

Sunday 11 January 2015
Location of Meetings – MAPS
Pre-Conference Workshops

Start Time End Time Session Room/Location
08:00 18:00 Registration e-Research Centre
08:30 13:00 Do we Know How to Cite Date?  If so, let's go (limited space) – FULL e-Research Centre – Room 277
13:00 16:00 Future Commons (open to all) e-Research Centre – Room 265
13:00 18:00 Contribution and Attribution in the Context of Scholar (open to all) e-Research Centre – Room 278
13:00 18:00 Data Citation Support in Reference Managers (open to all) e-Research Centre – Room 277
13:00  18:00 Workshop: Wikimedia as a Platform for Science Communication (open to all) e-Research Centre – Theatre B
13:00  18:00 Common APIs for FAIR Data Repositories (open to all) e-Research Centre – Room 051
15:00 18:00 ContentMine Workshop (open to all) e-Research Centre – Theatre A
18:00 24:00 HACKATHON!  Sponsored by CrossRef   e-Research Centre – Room 278

Monday 12 January 2015
Location of Meetings – MAPS

Start Time End Time Session Room/Location
08:00 18:00 Registration Mathematical Institute
08:00 09:00 Light breakfast: Coffee, tea and pastries  
09:00 09:15 Opening Session: Introductions and Updates  
09:15 09:25 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society (1665)  
09:25 10:30 Keynote: Communication with a Crowd: Lessons from Citizen Science    Chris Lintott, University of Oxford  
10:30 11:00 Coffee Break  
11:00 11:30 Updates from 1K and FORCE11 Activities  
11:30 12:45 Session:  Valuing the Diversity of Scholarly Impact in a Networked World  
12:45 14:15 Lunch and Tour to visit Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society  
14:15 15:15 Keynote: Managing Data: The Long View   Amy Friedlander, National Science Foundation  
15:15 15:45 Ice Cream Break – Sponsored by Elsevier and Mendeley  
15:45 17:00 Panel: True or False? Transparency, Validation, and Reproducibility of Research in Scholarly Communication  
17:00 17:05 Demo Previews  
17:05 17:30 Session:  Summary of Day  
18:30 21:30 Data, Demos, and Drinks posters and demos reception  

Tuesday 13 January 2015

Start Time End Time Session Room/Location
07:00 18:00 Registration  
08:00 09:00 Light breakfast: Coffee, tea and pastries  
09:00 10:00 Keynote: Libraries of Scale: Global Partnerships and Scholarly Access   Sarah Thomas, Harvard University  L1 – Mathematics
10:00 10:15 Coffee Break  
10:15 11:30 Vision Session:  5-minute Flash Talks – Great Ideas! L1 – Mathematics
11:30 13:00 Session:  Credit Where Credit is Due L1 – Mathematics
13:00 14:15 Grab a Box Lunch and Join a Birds of Feather Group  
14:15 15:30 Panel:  Funding Panel: Innovative Funding Models  
15:30 16:15 Session:  Outcomes from Breakout Sessions and Workshops  
16:15 16:45 Traditional English Tea Break  
16:45  18:00 Session:  Geek Out – Research on the Web  
18:00 18:30 Closing Session:  Where Have We Been and Where are We Going as a Community?  Phil Bourne, NIH  
18:30   Closing Remarks:  Announce winners of Vision Session Awards and Demo/Poster Awards  

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