The Future of Research Communications and e-Scholarship

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Transforming Scholarly Communications: Bringing researchers into the conversation

FORCE11 is a community of scholars, librarians, archivists, publishers and research funders working together to help facilitate improved knowledge creation and sharing. We have grown from a small group into an open movement of like-minded individuals advocating for a diverse set of emerging technologies, policies, funding mechanisms and business models. The Researcher's Voice in Transforming

FORCE11 Founders Interviews

On April 12, 2017 the founders of FORCE11 had a conference call to discuss the history of the organization. They were asked a series of 5 questions. The following are their answers:   Anita De Waard          Phil Bourne          Tim Clark          Gully A Burrns 

FSCI 2018 Course Abstracts

AM1 Inside Scholarly Communications Today Course Chairs: Cameron Neylon, PhD, Professor of Research Communications, Centre for Culture and Technology, Curtin University, Australia Instructor: Cameron Neylon, PhD, Professor of Research Communications, Centre for Culture and Technology, Curtin University, Australia Course Syllabus Description: This course will provide an overview of the Scholarly Communications landscape of today, how

Matrix of the Commons

The Matrix of the Commons provides an accounting for all scholarly objects and entities within the commons and provides links to information and materials ensure that that they are Open, FAIR and Citable.  For each object, we are aiming to create a decision tree that helps guide individuals and organizations towards best practices for commons

Plenary Sessions

Monday         Tuesday         Wednesday          Thursday          Friday Monday, July 31, 2017   8:45am – 9:45am   Opening Session  Moderators:  Dan O'Donnell and Cameron Neylon First thing on Monday morning we will all meet to kick off the inaugural Institute. Expect a short

Scholarly Commons and Decision Trees: what, why and how

“The scholarly commons is an agreement among researchers and other stakeholders in scholarly communication to make research open and participatory for anyone, anywhere. It is not another sharing platform, but a set of principles, concrete guidance to practice, and actions towards inclusivity of diverse perspectives from around the globe. Though a FORCE11 initiative, the scholarly

Course Abstract

AM COURSES                      MT (Mon/Tues) Afternoon Courses                      WT (Wed/Thurs) Afternoon Courses​   MORNING COURSES (Mon-Fri) AM1: Inside Scholarly Communications Today Course Chairs: Cameron Neylon, PhD, Professor of Research Communications, Centre for Culture and Technology, Curtin University; Samuel Moore, Managing Editor, Ubiquity Press; and other

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