The Future of Research Communications and e-Scholarship


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***IMPORTANT PLEASE READ *** You must select your events below to secure your attendance.  Events have limited capacity.  

Welcome to FSCI 2020 Online Event Center. Please select the events you wish to attend by selecting the radio button located next to the title of the event on the list below. You can select any of the plenaries, marked in green, and community events, marked in red. Depending on your registration package type, you might be able to select one or two courses. If you change your mind about any selections, you can return later and modify your schedule up until July 20th. 

For more information look to the detailed registration instructions, the FSCI Agenda Overview or email us at


View the FSCI 2020 Virtual Event schedule & directory.


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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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You should attend FSCI, here is why.,,,

You should attend FSCI, here is why. FSCI is a unique experience that will place you in the middle of an ongoing conversation about open access and scholarly communication. Researchers, librarians, and other specialists get together to teach, learn, and strategize, impulsing change. But FSCI is much more than that.  I first heard of Force

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FSCI Attendance Inspires Scholarly Publishing Literacy Additions to MPH Course

The FORCE 11 Scholarly Communication Institute proved to be a valuable combination of inspiration and encouragement to pursue open access goals along with practical strategies for implementing them. I was able to benefit from this institute thanks to a scholarship from FORCE11 and the UCLA Library, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada

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