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Announcements and Articles


Logo with tag lines and without (PDF, PNG)

Slide Deck

Template Slide Deck for FSCI 2018

Printed Material

Postcard – 2018

Flyer – 2018

Social Media

We use Twitter Hashtag #FSCI to communicate with attendees and report on FSCI to the larger community.  We have also set up a SLACK Team 'Force11Sci' for FSCI instructors and students.  

UCSD Library Facebook Announcement

JCSD Library FSCI Blog 

Sample Twitter Announcements 

The following items may be used to help promote FSCI.    

We also use the following fragments in the table below to construct tweets:

One of these messages

With this URL info

With one of these tags/conclusions
  • Registration open! 
  • Newest trends in research and data publishing. 
  • Discount registration until July 02. 
  • Increase your research impact. Register now! 
  • What supervisors don't know about publication!
  • Learn the latest developments in publication!
  • What does Open Access mean for my research?
  • What does Open Science mean for my research?
  • What does Open Data mean for my research?
  • How can your research reach more people? Find out
  • What's new in reproducibility? Learn more
  • Open Science? Open Data? Open Access? Learn more
  • Learn how to raise your academic profile!
  • Reputation management. Learn more
@Force11rescomm Scholarly Communications Institute



July 30 – Aug 03


San Diego!



FSC11 Posts

FSCI 2024

Get ready for FSCI 2024: Increasing Transparency, Integrity, and Trust in Research.  Featuring virtual online courses and an in-person meeting at UCLA in Los Angeles, our first since 2019

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Fireside Chat with FSCI

Author: Iryna Kuchma Join Fireside Chat with FSCI in The Reimagining Educational Practices for Open (REPO) Community Event Series    Serah Rono, Director of Community Development and Engagement at The Carpentries, will chat with Martin J. Brennan, Scholarly Communication Education Librarian at UCLA, about his role in the FORCE11 Scholarly Communication Institute (FSCI), and the impact

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