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2019 Course List

Modified: Thu, 26 May 2022 13:50:38 +0000
Published: 26 May 2022

2019 Course List 

Course AbstractsView them here, or click on the course number below.

Each FSCI attendee will select and register in advance for three (3) courses (1 AM morning and 2 PM afternoon).  

  • AM Morning Course: Participants will select one (1) AM Course for Monday, Tuesday and Thursday and Friday mornings (10-13 hours of classroom time).
  • Afternoon Courses: Participants will select two (2) afternoon courses,  One course to be held on Monday/Tuesday (Session PM – A) and one course to be held on Wednesday/Thursday (Session PM – B).  

All Classes will be in two buildings: Carnesale Commons and DeNeve Commons' Birch building. 

Morning Courses (AM)

ID

Level

Title

Course Chairperson(s) Location

AM1

Beginner

Inside Scholarly Communication Today 

Cameron Neylon Carnesale  – Palisades Ballroom E

AM2

Intermediate

Author Carpentry: Writing a Research Compendium and the Future of Scientific Reporting

Thomas Morrell 

De Neve Birch – B2 Floor Lounge

AM3

Beginner

Research Reproducibility in Theory and Practice

Anita Bandrowski

Carnesale – Venice B

AM4

All levels

Working with Scholarly Literature in R: Pulling, Wrangling, Cleaning, and Analyzing Structured Bibliographic Metadata

Clarke Iakovakis Carnesale – Hermosa B

AM5 

Beginner to intermediate

FAIR Data in the Scholarly Communications Life Cycle

Natasha Simons

Carnesale – Palisades Ballroom D

AM6

Beginner

When Global is Local: Open Scholarly Communication in the Global South

Gimena del Rio Riande

Carnesale – Hermosa A

AM7

All levels

How To Introduce and Implement Policy in Your Institution and Still Have Friends Afterwards

Sarah Shreeves
Danny Kingsley

Carnesale – Venice A

AM8

All levels

Help! How Do I Build Community and Bring About Culture Change for Open Science in My Organization?

Lou Woodley

De Neve Birch – B3 Floor Lounge

AM9

Beginner to intermediate

Scholarly Reputation Management in a World of New and Evolving Media

Christine George

Bruce Herbert       

De Neve Birch – B4 Floor Lounge

Afternoon Courses (PM – A)

Session A – Monday and Tuesday Afternoon

ID Level Title Course Chairperson Location

PM-A1

All levels

The Scientific Paper of the Future (Course repeats Session B)

Deborah Khider

Carnesale – Palisades Ballroom E

PM-A2

Intermediate

Evaluation of Scholarly Works: Current Practices and Consequences of Plan S (Course repeats Session B)

Tom Olyhoek

Carnesale – Palisades Ballroom D

PM-A3

All levels

Losing Our Scholarly Record and What To Do About It

Martin Klein

De Neve Birch – B4 Floor Lounge

PM-A4

All levels

Rethinking Research Evaluation, or How To Start a Campus Conversation About Measuring What You Value Rather Than Valuing What You Can Measure

Nicky Agate

Carnesale – Hermosa B

PM-A5

All levels

Understanding Copyright: Vital Skills for Navigating Scholarly Communications

Heather Briston

Carnesale – Hermosa A

PM-A6 

All levels

Managing, Exploring, and Sharing Data with Dataverse

Gustavo Durand

Carnesale – Venice A

PM-A7

All levels

Educating the Next Generation of Open Scholars: Approaches, Tools, and Tactics

Robyn Hall

Carnesale – Venice B

PM-A8

All levels

Introduction to Open-Knowledge Research

Ricardo Hartley

De Neve Birch – B3 Floor Lounge

PM-A9

All levels

Laboratory Forensics: An Assessment Approach to Data Management in Research Labs

Armel Lefebvre

De Neve Birch – B5 Floor Lounge

PM-A10

All Levels

Digital Authoring in Scalar

Curtis Fletcher

De Neve Birch – B2 Floor Lounge

 

Afternoon Courses (PM – B)

Session B – Wednesday and Thursday Afternoon

ID Level Title Course Chairperson Location

PM-B1

All levels

The Scientific Paper of the Future (Course repeats Session A)

Deborah Khider

Carnesale – Palisades Ballroom E

PM-B2

Intermediate

Evaluation of Scholarly Works: Current Practices and Consequences of Plan S (Course repeats Session A)

Tom Olyhoek

Carnesale – Palisades Ballroom D

PM-B3

All levels

Open Tools for Publishing Education: A Workshop on Pedagogy and Practice

John Edward Martin 

De Neve Birch – B3 Floor Lounge

PM-B4

All levels

A Decolonized Approach to Scholarly Communication: Foundations, Challenges, and Perspectives in Practice and Research

Thomas Hervé Mboa Nkoudou

Carnesale – Venice B

PM-B5

Beginner to intermediate

Getting Buy-In: How to Plan and Master Open Access Advocacy Sessions

Amanda Page

Carnesale – Hermosa A

PM-B6

Beginner to intermediate

Citation Context Analysis: Findings and Lessons for Scholarly Communication Development

Sergey Parinov

Carnesale – Hermosa B

PM-B7

Beginner

Collecting, Curating, and Publishing Accessible Mobile and Sensor-generated Research Data

Rosemary Rocchio

De Neve Birch – B2 Floor Lounge

PM-B8

Intermediate

Data Citation for Scientific Publishing

Gianmaria Silvello

De Neve Birch – B4 Floor Lounge

PM-B9 

All levels

Reveal, Don’t Conceal: How to Avoid Common Data-Visualization Errors and Create More Informative Figures

Tracey Weissgerber

Carnesale – Venice A

PM-B10

Intermediate

Publishing Reproducible Experimentation Pipelines: A Hands-on Course

Ivo Jimenez
April Clyburne-Sherin

De Neve Birch – B5 Floor Lounge

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