The Future of Research Communications and e-Scholarship

Partner Organizations – 2019

Modified: Wed, 06 Oct 2021 10:21:46 +0000
Published: 6 Oct 2021

Partner Discount Codes  
 

Registration Tuition Fees

Tuition Fees are listed here. Pricing reflects tuition ($US) for the 5-day institute.

Registering as a Member of a Partner Group

FSCI Partner organizations/institutional members receive a $150 tuition discount. Please see the list of partnership organizations below. If you are a member of one of these organizations please add your organization discount code to your online registration form.    

Are you interested in becoming a FSCI Partner Institution?  Contact fsci-info@force11.org to arrange this today or fill out this form here and we will contact you.  

 

   Partner Organization   Discount Code
  AAAS – CSCCE (Center for Scientific Collaboration and Community Engagement) – All Members and Alumni   CSCCE-MEMBER
  AGU (American Geophysical Union) – All Members   AGU-MEMBER
  AHA (American Historical Association) – All Members   AHA-MEMBER
 ALPSP (Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers)   ALPSP-MEMBER
  APA (American Philosophical Association) – All Members   APA-MEMBER
  ARL (Association of Research Libraries) – All Members   ARL-MEMBER
  COAR (Confederation of Open Access Repositories) – All Members   COAR-MEMBER
  Columbia University – All Members   COLUMBIA-ALL
  Curtin University- All Members and Alumni     CURTIN-ALL
  DKNET.ORG (NIDDK Portal) – DKNET and NIDDK Researchers   DKNET-RESEARCHER
  DLF (Digital Library Federation) – All Members   DLF-MEMBER
  DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals)   DOAJ-MEMBER
  Educopia – All Members   EDUCOPIA 
  FORCE11 (Future of Research Communication and E-Scholarship) – All members   FORCE11
  Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics- John G. Wolbach Library    CFA-LIBRARY
  INCF (International Neuroinformatics Coordinating Facility) – All Members of INCF Member organization countries   INCF-MEMBER
  LPC (Library Publishing Coalition) – All Members   LPC-MEMBER
  MLA (Modern Language Association) – All Members   MLA-MEMBER
  Noble Research Institute   NRI-ALL
  National University of Mongolia   NUM-ALL
  RDA  (Research Data Alliance/US) – All Members   RDA-MEMBER
  SCELC (Statewide California Electronic Library Consortium)   SCELC-MEMBER
  SSRC (Social Science Research Council) – All Members   SSRC-MEMBER
  TEI-C (Text Encoding Consortium) – All individual members of the TEI Consortium and member/staff of TEI Consortium institutional members   TEI-MEMBER
  TIB- German National Library of Science and Technology- All Members   TIB-MEMBER
  UCLA – ALL Members   UCLA
  UCLA – Library Staff   UCLA-LIBRARY
  University of Arizona – Library Staff   UA-LIBRARY
  University of California, San Diego – All staff, faculty, students   UCSD-ORA
  University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign School of Information Sciences – All staff, faculty and students   UIUC-SIS
  University of Lethbridge Center for Study of Scholarly Communications – All staff, faculty, students   ULETH
  UVA Data Institute (Univerisity of Virginia Data Institute) – Data Institute Staff and Students   UVA-DSI
  Worcester Polytechnic Institute- George C. Gordon Library – Library Staff   WPI-LIBRARY
  EASE – European Association of Science Editors   EASE-MEMBER

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