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Tuesday, August 4 • 8:00am - 9:00am
T11- Losing Our Scholarly Record and What We Can Do About It

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FSCI Course sign-up closed on July 20 and seats are no longer available in this course.
For all who have signed up for this course, the course instructor will receive the list of participants in their class and they will be contacting each student directly. Students MUST obtain an account with Slack and with OSF; both are tools we will be using when presenting courses. If you have any questions, please email 'fsci-info@force11.org'.

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This course examines the challenges posed by the uncertainty of long-term access to web-based scholarly references. As authors of scientific articles, we increasingly reference resources on the web such as project websites, scholarly wikis, ontologies, datasets, source code, presentations, blogs, and videos. Yet these resources are, just like any other web resource, likely to disappear or significantly change over time. The course aims at outlining the extent of this reference rot problem and how it impacts our ability to revisit web content cited in scholarly articles some time after their publication. The course will also provide participants with hands-on experience with approaches and tools available to authors, archivists, librarians, publishers, and others to address this problem.
Instructor: Martin Klein, PhD, Scientist, Research Library, Los Alamos National Laboratory

ADDITIONAL COURSE DETAILS

LIVE ZOOM SESSION SCHEDULE (All times Pacific)
Tuesday, Aug. 4
8-9AM: First session
5-6PM: REPEAT First session
Thursday, Aug. 6
8-9AM: Second session
5-6 pm: REPEAT Second session
Tuesday, Aug. 11
8-9AM: Third session
5-6PM: REPEAT Third session

Speaker/Instructors
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Martin Klein

Scientist, LANL


Tuesday August 4, 2020 8:00am - 9:00am PDT
T11 Classroom