The Future of Research Communications and e-Scholarship

Course List

Modified: Wed, 06 Oct 2021 10:21:47 +0000
Published: 6 Oct 2021

Course Selection

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 through Friday mornings (10-15 hours of classroom time).
  • Afternoon Courses: Participants will select two (2) afternoon courses,   One course to be held on Monday/Tuesday (MT) and one course to be held on Wednesday/Thursday (WT).  

Room Names:

  • BLB = Biomedical Library Building
  • Skaggs = Skaggs Pharmaceutical Building
  • MET = Medical Education and Telemedicine Building

Morning Courses (AM)

ID

Level

Title

Course Chairperson Location

AM1

Beginner

Inside Scholarly Communications Today

Cameron Neylon

MET: 204

AM2

Intermediate

Reproducible Research Reporting and Dynamic Documents with Open Authoring Tools: Toward the Paper of the Future

Gail Clement

MET: 223

AM3

Beginner to Intermediate

Collaboration, Communities and Collectivities: Understanding Collaboration in the Scholarly Commons

Daniel O'Donnell

BLB: Classroom 4

AM4

Beginner

Community, Collaboration, and Impact: Open Scholarly Communication for Humanities and Social Sciences

Nicky Agate

Skaggs: 1186

AM5

All levels 

Building an Open,Fair and Sustainable Information-Rich Research Institution

Allegra Swift and David Minor

Skaggs: 1160

AM6

Beginner to Intermediate

Data in the Scholarly Communications Life Cycle

Natasha Simons

BLB: Events Room

AM7

Beginner

The Basics and Beyond: Developing a Critical, Community-Based Approach to Open Education

Sarah Hare

Skaggs: 1182

AM8

Beginner

Research Reproducibility in Theory and Practice

Anita Bandrowski

MET: 313

Afternoon Courses (PM)

MT – Monday and Tuesday Afternoon

ID Level Title Course Chairperson Location

MT1

All levels

The Art of Transforming a Research Paper into a Lay Summary 

Nilam McGrath

MET:211

MT2

Beginner

Open South: The Open Science Experience in Latin America and the Caribbean 

Gimena del Rio Riande

BLB:Event Room

MT3

Intermediate

Pre- and Post-Publication Peer Review: Perspectives and Platforms (repeats again on WT)

John Hilton

BLB:Classroom 4

MT4

Intermediate

Detection of Questionable Publishing Practices: Procedures, Key Elements and Practical Examples (repeats again on WT)

Tom Olijhoek

Skaggs:1182

MT5

Intermediate

Open Data Visualization – Tools and Techniques to Better Report Data (repeats again on WT)

Gaurav Godhwani

Skaggs:1160

MT6

Beginner

Public Humanities as Scholarly Communication (repeats again on WT)

Micah Vandegrift

Skaggs:1186

MT7

Beginner

Integrating Wikidata with Your Research and Curation Workflows

Daniel Mietchen

BLB:Classrom 3

MT8

All levels

How Much Does Open Access Cost? A Hands-on Approach to Tracking and Analysing Article Processing Charges 

Katie Shamash

MET:204

MT9

Intermediate

Publishing Reproducible Code and Data: A Hands-on, Bring-Your-Own-Code Course

April Clyburne-Sherin

MET:223

MT10

Intermediate

Opening the Research Enterprise: Partnering to Support Openness in Grant-Funded Faculty Research

Nina Exner

MET:313

 

Afternoon Courses (PM)

WT – Wednesday and Thursday Afternoon

ID Level Title Course Chairperson Location

WT1

All levels

CANCELLED – The Art of Transforming a Research Paper into a Lay Summary (Repeat)

Nilam McCrath

TBD

WT2

Beginner

CANCELLED –  Open South: The Open Science Experience in Latin America and the Caribbean (Repeat)

Gimena del Rio Riande

TBD

WT3

Intermediate

Pre- and Post-Publication Peer Review: Perspectives and Platforms (Repeat)

John Hilton

BLB:Classroom 4

WT4

Intermediate

Detection of Questionable Publishing Practices: Procedures, Key Elements and Practical Examples (Repeat)

Tom Olijhoek

Skaggs:1182

WT5

Intermediate

Open Data Visalization- Tools and Techniques to Better Report Data (Repeat)

Gaurav Godhwani

Skaggs:1160

WT6

Beginner

Public Humanities as Scholarly Communication (Repeat)

Micah Vandegrift

Skaggs:1186

WT7

Beginner

Integrating Wikidata with Your Educational Workflows 

Daniel Mietchen

BLB:Classroom 3

WT8

All levels

Walking the Walk: Promoting and Maintaining Best Practices in Fair and Open Evaluation

Stefan Tanaka

BLB:Event Room

WT9

All levels

Implementing Software Citation

Daniel S. Katz

MET:204

WT10

Beginner

Mentoring the Next Generation of Open Scholars: Approaches, Tools & Tactics

Robyn Hall

MET:223

WT11

Beginner

Structural Biology: A Prototypical Case for Publishing Big Data

Gustavo Durand

MET:313

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