The Future of Research Communications and e-Scholarship

2020 Online – Course List

Modified: Wed, 06 Oct 2021 10:21:45 +0000
Published: 6 Oct 2021

2020 Virtual Course List 

 

Tuesday Courses (T) means the course begins on Tuesday, August 4, 2020 – check the agenda for times

ID Level Title Course Instructors

Seat Availability

as of 07/22/2020

T10

All levels

Open Source Tools for Everyone: A Train-the-Trainer Course for Teaching Four Open Research Tools

April Clyburne-Sherin

Closed

T11 All levels

Losing Our Scholarly Record and What We Can Do About It

Martin Klein Closed
T12 Beginner

Supportive Partnerships for FAIR Data and Open Research in Faculty Grantsmanship and the Academic Research Enterprise

Nina Exner, Erin Carrillo Closed
T13 All Levels

Engaging Students in Scholarly Communications: Approaches, Tools, and Tactics

Robyn Hall Closed

T14

All levels

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

Danny Kingsley, Sarah Shreeves

Closed

T15 Beginner to intermediate

FAIR for Data and Texts Not in the Open: Overcoming Legal, Technological, and Economic Barriers

Ye Li, Laura Hanscom, Katie Zimmerman Closed
T16 All levels

 

Advancing FAIR Data Stewardship: Fostering Institutional Planning and Service Development Christine Kirkpatrick, Melissa Cragin, Natalie Meyers Closed
T17 Beginner

When Global Is Local: The South of Open Scholarly Communication 

Gimena del Rio Riande, Daniel O'Donnell Closed

Wednesday Courses (W) means the course begins on Wednesday, August 5, 2020 – check the agenda for times

ID Level Title Course Instructors Seat Availability as of 07/22/2020
W20 Beginner

Research Reproducibility in Theory and Practice (Examples and Focus on Biological Sciences)

Anita Bandrowski, Daniel S. Katz, Tracey Weissgerber Closed

W21

Beginner to intermediate

FAIR Data in the Scholarly Communications Life Cycle

Natasha Simons, Christopher Erdmann, Daniel Bangert

Closed

W22

Beginner to intermediate

Looking Beyond the Journal Article: A Guide to Building Your Biomedical Research Toolkit

Ariel Deardorff, Ibraheem Ali

Closed

W23 Beginner to intermediate Getting Buy-In: How to Plan Inclusive Open Access Sessions  Barbara Bordalejo, Emily Kilcer, Amanda Page Closed
W24 All levels

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

Clarke Iakovakis Closed

W25

All levels

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

Thomas Hervé Mboa Nkoudou

Closed

W26

Beginner

Tools and Best Practices for Publishing an Open Access Journal: A Workshop for Beginners

Justin Gonder, Rachel Lee

Closed

W27

Intermediate to advanced

 

Global Overview of the Scholarly Publishing Landscape: Differences Between the North and the South and Possible Consequences of Plan S

Tom Olyhoek, Ivonne Lujano, Miho Funamori

Closed

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