The Future of Research Communications and e-Scholarship

Past Institutes

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

 

FSCI 2017 – San Diego, California

 

Comments from FSCI 2017

  • "It was a great week, I would recommend it to others."

  • "I would love to go again, Would go again if it was exactly the same format. What was great: the overall atmosphere, the willingness of everyone to talk and share, and the diversity of subjects."

  • "This was an intense but very worthwhile week. I learned a lot and felt privileged to be among so many people who are change-makers at their institutions. It was inspiring. I would be tempted to return to take advantage of classes that I didn't have time for this first time around."

  • "FSCI gathers passionate experts from all subdomains of research communication. Fantastic summer camp, networking and learning in lovely La Jolla"

  • “FSCI  2017 was a wonderful learning intensive experience. I went away with great strategies to share with our university librarians, friends, colleagues and fellow students about how to build my research profile, register DOIs for data and how and why FAIR matters. The instructors were excellent and everyone was friendly. I would recommend FSCI as a place to learn and stay current at any level and for strategies on how to care for the masses of data that we are producing.”

  • “FSCI was an amazing learning journey. It was a unique opportunity to meet great people who do great things and are passionate about sharing.”

 

 

 

FSCI 2018 – San Diego, California

Comments from FSCI 2017

  • "Overall I had a really positive experience at FSCI and I thank the programming and organizing committees and all those from UCSD who made this such a great experience. It was fantastic to come together with this group of individuals all focused on scholarly communication which is my work focus. Everyone was friendly and open and it made for a very enjoyable program."

  • "FSCI was great! I recommended it to all my colleagues at work!"

  • "It was my first time attending. I learned a lot and loved the atmosphere. The campus was great, and the small class sizes were really nice for getting to know people. I am very glad to have all the course materials still available to me. I am putting some of the knowledge I gained to use immediately. It is clear that a lot of thought goes into putting this learning opportunity together. I would come back every year if I could, but the cost is prohibitive for me. I will tell others to attend though."

  • "Outside of the courses, the Institute offered rich opportunities for conversation and networking with individuals from different disciplines and backgrounds. Overall, my takeaway from FSCI18 was extremely valuable."

  • "I learned my most interesting topics from this event, I wish to attend for next year also would like to network with participants."

  • "The level of commitment was very high and group dynamics were great  The Do-a-Thon has to be on the programme next year too."

  • "FSCI was an extremely enriching event, I appreciate the amount of learning experiences especially working with peers."

  • I thought it was great!

  • "There were so many excellent topics that I wish I could have attended more, but I also thought the amount of time dedicated to each course was good."

 

FSCI 2019 – Los Angeles, California

 

Comments from FSCI 2019

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