The FORCE11 Scholarly Communication Institute (FSCI2023) is happening online the week of July 31 through August 4. Course enrollment has closed. This year’s event includes an array of courses, plenary events, and community events.
We are happy to see that enrollment is strong this year. As in the past, we have great representation, with attendees from all six continents. Here’s a list of the course titles at this year’s event.
E01 – Maximizing Visibility of Your Work in the Open Access Jungle
E02 – Getting Attention and Bringing Others on Board: Applying Basics in Marketing and Communications to Advance Open Research
E03 – Engaging with Open Infrastructure Globally
E04 – Logic Models: Program Planning and Evaluation for the Global Impact of Open Scholarship
E05 – Responding to Global Challenges: Developing and Evaluating Research & Data Instruction in Low and Middle Income Countries (LMICs)
E06 – Analyzing Your Institution’s Publishing Output
E07 – The Role of AI Ethics in Scientific Publications on Open Science Platforms: Examining the Use of AI in Global Publication Governance Models for Impactful Knowledge Sharing and Social Benefit
E08 – Publishing from Collections Using Linked Open Data Source and Computational Publishing Pipelines
E09 – Understanding, Benchmarking, and Tracking Equity and Inclusion in Open Access and Open Science
L10 – Evaluating Open Access Journals: Moving from Provocative to Practical in Characterizing Journal Practices
L11 – Applying Strategic Doing, an Agile Strategy Discipline, to Build Collaborations Across Diverse Teams
L12 – Catalyzing Team Science: How to Forge an Interdisciplinary Team to Attack a Complex Research Problem
L13 – Using the ORCID, Sherpa Romeo, and Unpaywall APIs in R to Harvest Institutional Data
L14 – The FAIR Principles in the Scholarly Communications Lifecycle
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