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FSCI 2021 — Call for Courses

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

Do you have research, experience, or skills in scholarly communication and open research to share as a course at FSCI?


Courses will be concentrated in the two weeks, July 26 – August 6 with the possibility of extending if required. New instructors and proposals are eagerly welcomed, particularly for courses that leverage the online learning environment to engage our global community of researchers and professionals in scholarly communication and open research practices. We encourage past attendees to apply and past instructors to reapply for FSCI 2021 course presentations. We’ll be incorporating lessons learned by attendees and instructors during our first virtual Institute in course designs for FSCI 2021. 

Join the community of instructors and learners at the immersive, community-led FORCE11 Scholarly Communications Institute (FSCI), presented by the FORCE11 community in collaboration with the UCLA Library.


Submit a course proposal for FSCI 2021 here

Submission deadline: January 8th Extended to January 15!


If you have any questions about FSCI, be sure to email us at 


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