The Future of Research Communications and e-Scholarship

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Tentative Schedule – FSCI MAP

 

Schedule for Mobile Devices: https://fsci2017.sched.com

 

FSCI TWITTER HASHTAG AND SLACK TEAM:  We will be using Twitter Hashtag #FSCI to communicate with attendees and report on FSCI to the larger community.  We have also set up a SLACK Team for FSCI instructors and students.  An invitation to all FSCI participants has been sent, please accept and add FSCI team to you Slack account.  We will be using Slack for announcements through the SLACK team and channels.  The Slack Team for FSCI is 'Force11Sci'.

Sunday, July 30, 2017

 

8:00am – 9:00pm

FSCI Housing Check in

Eleanor Roosevelt College (ERC)

3:00pm – 6:00pm FSCI Registration Badge Pick up Eleanor Roosevelt College (ERC)
4:00pm – 5:00pm FSCI Organizing Committee Meeting Media Center/Communications Room 201
5:00pm – 6:00pm  Instructor Orientation:  Session for all FSCI Instructors Media Center/Communications Room 201

Monday, July 31, 2017 

 

8:00AM – 5:00PM 

Registration

Institute of the Americas (IOA) 

8:00AM – 8:30AM

Breakfast (see FSCI map for location)

Café Ventanas 

8:45AM – 9:45AM

Opening Session (Description)

Institute of the Americas (IOA) – Auditorium 

10:00AM  – 12:00PM

Morning Courses  (List here)

Institute of the Americas (IOA), RIMAC, Great Hall (GH), Asante, Social Science Research Building (SSRB), Media Center and Communications (MCC)

12:30PM – 1:15PM

Lunch

Café Ventanas 

1:30PM – 4:30PM 

Afternoon Elective Courses  MT 1-11 (List here)

Institute of the Americas (IOA), RIMAC, Great Hall (GH), Asante, Social Science Research Building (SSRB), Media Center and Communications (MCC)

4:30pm Group Photo Institute of the Americas (IOA) 

5:00PM – 6:15PM

Plenary:  A history of the future: a brief overview of some efforts to innovate and radically overthrow existing methods of scholarly publishing

Institute of the Americas (IOA) – Auditorium

6:30PM – 7:15PM Dinner on campus  Café Ventanas 

7:15PM – 9:00PM

Opening Reception Apres Dinner – Desserts and coffee

NOTE:  There is one elevator to the 15th floor and there will be a wait to get everyone up to the reception.  The view will be worth the wait, we promise.  

The Village – 15th Floor.  

Tuesday, August 1, 2017 

 

8:00AM – 8:45AM

Breakfast

Café Ventanas 

9:00AM – 12:00PM 

Morning Courses  (List here)

Institute of the Americas (IOA), RIMAC, Great Hall (GH), Asante, Social Science Research Building (SSRB), Media Center and Communications (MCC)

12:30PM – 1:15PM 

Lunch  

Café Ventanas 

1:30PM – 4:30PM 

Afternoon Elective Courses  MT 1-11 (List here)

Institute of the Americas (IOA), RIMAC, Great Hall (GH), Asante, Social Science Research Building (SSRB), Media Center and Communications (MCC)

5:00PM – 11:00PM Hackathon – DCIP Metadata Landing Pages Great Hall (GH)

4:45PM – 6:15PM

Panel Session: "Let Me Tell You What I Wish I’d Known: Adventures in Scholarly Communication"

Institute of the Americas (IOA) – Auditorium
6:30 – 7:15PM  Dinner on campus (see map of location) Café Ventanas 

Evening (starting at 5:00pm until 11pm)

Hackathon – DCIP Metadata Landing Pages Great Hall (GH)

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

 

8:00AM – 8:45AM

Breakfast 

Café Ventanas 

9:00AM – 12:00PM 

Morning Courses  (List here)

Institute of the Americas (IOA), RIMAC, Great Hall (GH), Asante, Social Science Research Building (SSRB), Media Center and Communications (MCC)

12:30PM – 1:15PM 

Lunch

Café Ventanas 

1:30PM – 4:30PM 

Afternoon Elective Courses  WT 1-11 (List here)

Institute of the Americas (IOA), RIMAC, Great Hall (GH), Asante, Social Science Research Building (SSRB), Media Center and Communications (MCC)

4:45PM – 6:15PM

Panel Session: Rigor and Transparency

Institute of the Americas (IOA) – Auditorium

6:30PM – 7:15PM  Dinner on campus  Café Ventanas 
7:30PM – 9:00PM Slide Show Karaoke (Open to all to participate), sign up: bit.ly/fsci2017 GH: Main Hall
 

Thursday, August 3, 2017

 

8:00AM – 8:45AM

Breakfast 

Café Ventanas 

9:00AM – 12:00PM 

Morning Courses  (List here)

Institute of the Americas (IOA), RIMAC, Great Hall (GH), Asante, Social Science Research Building (SSRB), Media Center and Communications (MCC)

12:30PM – 1:15PM 

Lunch

Café Ventanas

1:30PM – 4:30PM 

Afternoon Elective Courses  WT 1-10 (List here)

Institute of the Americas (IOA), RIMAC, Great Hall (GH), Asante, Social Science Research Building (SSRB), Media Center and Communications (MCC)

4:45PM – 5:45PM

Workshop: Introduction to Compact Identifiers (EBI/CDL) (Description here)

Great Hall (GH)

6:30PM – 10:00PM Dinner at the Beach (Bus services provided at the Pangea Parking from 6:15pm, last bus 6:45pm) Scripps Seaside Forum (SIO)
 

Friday, August 4, 2017

 

8:00AM – 8:45AM

Breakfast 

Café Ventanas

9:00AM – 12:00PM 

Morning Courses  (List here)

Institute of the Americas (IOA), RIMAC, Great Hall (GH), Asante, Social Science Research Building (SSRB), Media Center and Communications (MCC)

12:30PM – 1:15PM 

Lunch

Café Ventanas

1:30PM – 4:30PM 

Colloquium Session: Report out from Afternoon Courses

Institute of the Americas (IOA) – Auditorium

4:30PM – 5:30PM 

Closing Session

Institute of the Americas (IOA)- – Auditorium 

 

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