Loading…

Questions?  Visit the FAQ page or email us at fsci-info@force11.org.


MASTER SCHEDULE ALL EVENTS 


Log in to bookmark your favorites and sync them to your phone or calendar.

Monday, August 3
 

TBA

COURSES CLOSED
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'.

Here is a link to the FSCI 2020 Full Schedule

Monday August 3, 2020 TBA

TBA

Birds-of-a-Feather (Launch)


The Birds of a Feather (BOF) program provides opportunities to join your colleagues over the course of FSCI 2020 to network and exchange ideas, insights, and experiences. If you are interested in leading a discussion or have ideas of topics you wish to contribute, sign up to join a BOF group. FSCI Birds of a Feather groups are a way to keep the momentum going and change the world!
To join a BOF group, look for the channel in the FSCI2020 Slack: #birdsofaFeather
Or coordinate with the organizer, Nathan Woods, via the following form here.



Speaker/Instructors
avatar for Nathan Woods

Nathan Woods

Postdoctoral Researcher, UIUC



Monday August 3, 2020 TBA
Slack

TBA

Mind-Matching (Launch)

This event matches participants according to their current research partnership ideas, as identified in the registration. Participants will network one-on-one or in a small group, in a medium that suits their needs.
Please fill the survey here. The responses are due by July 29th.

Moderators
avatar for Jonathan Grunert

Jonathan Grunert

Scholarly Communications Librarian, SUNY Geneseo
avatar for Yuhan (Douglas) Rao

Yuhan (Douglas) Rao

Postdoctoral Research Scholar, CISESS/NCICS/NCSU


Monday August 3, 2020 TBA

TBA

FSCI Welcome Desk
The Welcome Desk will be a live chat room during FSCI - with FSCI collaborators present to help people troubleshoot any logistical problems they're having, connect with the right technical support person, and the like.

Monday August 3, 2020 TBA
Slack

8:30am PDT

Opening Plenary Session - Welcome to FSCI

First thing on Monday morning (Pacific Time) we will all meet to kick off the Institute.

Following a welcoming session with opening remarks and general orientation, we will follow up with a panel presentation:

Science at the Speed of a Pandemic

The Covid-19 pandemic has brought the issues of speed, trust and validity for research communications into focus as never before. In this session of talks and discussion we will probe the issues with the people dealing with challenges in reprints and efficient peer review, experts on reproducibility and data management and the people who need to turn data and claims into policy on the ground.

Confirmed speakers include Theo Bloom (BMJ) and RIchard Sever (Cold Spring Harbor Press and BiorXiv) with others to be confirmed. We will discuss the challenges for science and scholarship in communicating rapidly and effectively to different audiences. Probing the challenges from peer review processes to preprints, data sharing to deliberate misinformation the panel will pick apart the issues based on their experience of the current crisis.

Moderators
avatar for Marty Brennan

Marty Brennan

Scholarly Communication Education Librarian, UCLA Library
As Chair of the FORCE11 Scholarly Communication Institute (FSCI) Steering Committee, I am very excited and proud to be a part of FSCI Online. I am also on the FORCE11 Executive Board, and the UCLA Library's principal liaison in our continuing partnership with FORCE11 in the production... Read More →
avatar for Stephanie Hagstrom

Stephanie Hagstrom

Director, FSCI, University of California, San Diego
avatar for Cameron Neylon

Cameron Neylon

Researcher/Scholar/Scientist, Curtin University
avatar for Daniel Paul O'Donnell

Daniel Paul O'Donnell

Professor, University of Lethbridge
Daniel O'Donnell is a professor at the University of Lethbridge where he teaches Digital Humanities, Old English, and Medieval Literature. He is founding chair of Global Outlook Digital Humanities, Editor-in-chief of Digital Humanities / Le Champ Numérique, and PI of the Visionary... Read More →

Speaker/Instructors
avatar for Richard Sever

Richard Sever

Assistant Director, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press
avatar for Theodora Bloom

Theodora Bloom

Executive Editor, BMJ
avatar for Ginny Steel

Ginny Steel

University Librarian, UCLA Library
Ginny Steel is the University Librarian in the UCLA Library. Throughout her career, she has focused on understanding the information needs of faculty, students, and staff; advocating for sustainable scholarly communications practices; and enhancing and building services and collections... Read More →


Monday August 3, 2020 8:30am - 10:00am PDT
The Great Hall

11:00am PDT

Lightning Talks

Information from this session posted on FSCI Slack http://fsci2020.slack.com/.  Join Lightning Talk Channel.

Chair/Moderator: Tom Olijhoek, Editor in Chief, DOAJ
Moderator: Yuhan (Douglas) Rao , CISESS/NCICS/NCSU , Postdoctoral Research Scholar

This session will consist of reviewed 5-minute talks by FSCI participants. These short talks are meant to present something the speaker is passionate about, related to scholarly communications. Talks may be about new technology that might change our lives or vanish without a trace, tell us about a policy that has made a difference somewhere, inspirational rants about how the scholarly communications world should be, and other topics. The talks will inspire us to think and to discuss things that make an impact on scholarly communications

Deadline: July 29, 2020 (Submission closed)
SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT
EasyChair Abstract Submission Guide

List of the talks:
  1. Leyla Jael Garcia-Castro: Toward defining and implementing FAIR for research software (slides)
  2. Emma Ganley: Credit and recognition for method development (slides)
  3. Clarke Iakovakls: Research Information Management Systems: Implementation, uptake, and Issues (slides)
  4. Shawna Sadler and Nabll Ksibi: ORCID (slides)
  5. Natalie Meyers, Sandra Gesing, Rick Johnson, Zheng Wang, Justin Branco, Brett Fox, and Noel Reda: PresQT: Tools and RESTful Services to Improve Preservation and re-use of Research Data & Software (slides & alpha version of user interface)
  6. Samantha Hindle: Pandemic scaling: managing and scaling a preprint server during a global outbreak (slides)
  7. Tracey Weissgerber and Anita Bandrowskl: Automated screening of COVlD preprints: Can we help authors to improve transparency & reproducibility (slides & working group website)
  8. Moirangthem Lokendro Singh: Academic Resources Identification and its uses (slides)
  9. Nashon Adero: FAIR Fieldwork Compensation and Quality Assurance In Kenya: A Journey Of Discovery In Win-win Science Communication (slides)
  10. Fiona Murphy and Daniel O'Donnell: From the Ashes of In-Person Events Grow the Open Science Communities of Success (slides)
  11. Daniel O'Donnell: FAIR enough: Understanding the repository as a route forward in the publication of Humanities and Cultural Heritage data (slides)
  12. Esther Plomp: Persistent Identifiers for physical research aspects (slides & Persistent Identifier Working Group)
  13. Esther Plomp: The Turing Way: Reproducible, inclusive, collaborative data science (slides Turing Way Community)



Moderators
avatar for Tom Olyhoek

Tom Olyhoek

Editor in Chief, DOAJ
I am a molecular microbiology researcher with ampel living and working experience in Europe and Africa. I have done research on tropical and exotic diseases like malaria, sleeping sickness and Lyme disease. Since 2012 I work on advocacy for open science and open access with OKF and... Read More →
avatar for Yuhan (Douglas) Rao

Yuhan (Douglas) Rao

Postdoctoral Research Scholar, CISESS/NCICS/NCSU


Monday August 3, 2020 11:00am - 1:00pm PDT
The Great Hall

5:00pm PDT

Repeat: Opening Plenary Session - Welcome to FSCI

This session is a repeat of the morning session, but not all will be live.

Following a live welcoming session with opening remarks, general orientation, and Q&A with the panelists listed above, we will follow up with a recording of the morning's panel presentation (followed by moderated discussion as time allows).

Recorded Panel: Science at the Speed of a Pandemic 

The Covid-19 pandemic has brought the issues of speed, trust and validity for research communications into focus as never before. In this session of talks and discussion we will probe the issues with the people dealing with challenges in reprints and efficient peer review, experts on reproducibility and data management and the people who need to turn data and claims into policy on the ground.

Confirmed speakers include Theo Bloom (BMJ), Richard Sever (Cold Spring Harbor Press and BiorXiv) and Sabina Leonelli (University of Exeter) with others to be confirmed. We will discuss the challenges for science and scholarship in communicating rapidly and effectively to different audiences. Probing the challenges from peer review processes to preprints, data sharing to deliberate misinformation the panel will pick apart the issues based on their experience of the current crisis.

Moderators
avatar for Marty Brennan

Marty Brennan

Scholarly Communication Education Librarian, UCLA Library
As Chair of the FORCE11 Scholarly Communication Institute (FSCI) Steering Committee, I am very excited and proud to be a part of FSCI Online. I am also on the FORCE11 Executive Board, and the UCLA Library's principal liaison in our continuing partnership with FORCE11 in the production... Read More →
avatar for Stephanie Hagstrom

Stephanie Hagstrom

Director, FSCI, University of California, San Diego
avatar for Cameron Neylon

Cameron Neylon

Researcher/Scholar/Scientist, Curtin University
avatar for Daniel Paul O'Donnell

Daniel Paul O'Donnell

Professor, University of Lethbridge
Daniel O'Donnell is a professor at the University of Lethbridge where he teaches Digital Humanities, Old English, and Medieval Literature. He is founding chair of Global Outlook Digital Humanities, Editor-in-chief of Digital Humanities / Le Champ Numérique, and PI of the Visionary... Read More →

Speaker/Instructors
avatar for Richard Sever

Richard Sever

Assistant Director, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press
avatar for Theodora Bloom

Theodora Bloom

Executive Editor, BMJ


Monday August 3, 2020 5:00pm - 6:30pm PDT
The Great Hall
 
Tuesday, August 4
 

7:00am PDT

T12- Supportive Partnerships for FAIR Data and Open Research in Faculty Grantsmanship and the Academic Research Enterprise

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'.

Here is a link to the FSCI 2020 Full Schedule

Do you want to see better partnerships between the Office of (Sponsored) Research, the library, academic departments, research cores, and faculty development? This session is for those who support campus researchers – such as librarians, research administrators, program and panel members, and faculty mentors – to discuss support for faculty grant success. We will work on partnerships to support open access and FAIR data services specific to federally funded research. As a group, we will discuss how support offerings align with research administrator and funder priorities. We will then work on plans for outreach to other campus units to partner on FAIR and open practices in faculty grant proposals.
Instructors:
  • Nina Exner, Research Data Librarian, Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Erin Carrillo, Science Research Librarian, Virginia Commonwealth University

ADDITIONAL COURSE DETAILS

LIVE ZOOM SESSION SCHEDULE
(All times Pacific)
Tuesday, Aug. 4

7-8AM: Introductions, identify common interests, form groups, initial group discussions
5-6PM: Introductions, identify common interests, form groups, initial group discussions
Thursday, Aug. 6

7-8AM: Peer groups review revised outreach content and make suggestions for re-jargoning and potential other partnerships
5-6PM: REPEAT Peer groups review revised outreach content and make suggestions for re-jargoning and potential other partnerships
Tuesday, Aug. 11

7-8AM: Peer group members share partnership initiative worksheets, give/get feedback
5-6PM: REPEAT Peer group members share partnership initiative worksheets, give/get feedback
Tuesday, Aug. 18
7-8AM: Overflow day (optional)
5-6PM: REPEAT Overflow day (optional)

Speaker/Instructors
avatar for Nina Exner

Nina Exner

Research Data Librarian, Virginia commonwealth university
avatar for Erin Carrillo

Erin Carrillo

Science Research Librarian, Virginia Commonwealth University


Tuesday August 4, 2020 7:00am - 8:00am PDT
T12 Classroom

8:00am PDT

T10- Open Source Tools for Everyone: A Train-the-Trainer Course for Teaching Four Open Research Tools

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'.
Here is a link to the FSCI 2020 Full Schedule

This course will train participants to run hands-on, quality modules designed to onboard researchers to four free open source tools: Binder, Renku, Open Science Framework, and KnitR with holepunch. Participants will experience each module, practice the exercises, and explore the training material needed to run the module themselves. An instructor guide that includes instructions for running a successful module will be provided for each tool. This course is ideal for those who wish to improve the quality and variety of the training they already offer to researchers. Participants who do not currently run trainings will learn an accessible and efficient way of getting started with these four modules.

Instructor: April Clyburne-Sherin, Open Research Instructor and Consultant, Reproducibility for Everyone

ADDITIONAL COURSE DETAILS


LIVE ZOOM SESSION SCHEDULE 
(All times Pacific)
Tuesday, Aug. 4
8-9 am: Session 1
5-6 pm: REPEAT Session 1
Thursday, Aug. 6
1-2 pm: Session 2 (available recorded ASAP)
(Session 3 prerecorded lecture posted)
Tuesday, Aug. 11
1-2 pm: Session 4 (available recorded ASAP)


Speaker/Instructors

Tuesday August 4, 2020 8:00am - 9:00am PDT
T10 Classroom

8:00am PDT

T11- Losing Our Scholarly Record and What We Can Do About It

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'.

Here is a link to the FSCI 2020 Full Schedule

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
avatar for Martin Klein

Martin Klein

Scientist, LANL


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

8:00am PDT

T13 - Engaging Students in Scholarly Communications: Approaches, Tools, and Tactics​

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'.

Here is a link to the FSCI 2020 Full Schedule

Participants in this course will explore and discuss a variety of assignment designs and initiatives from across disciplines that have engaged students in areas of scholarly communications, open pedagogy, and open science. They will also have an opportunity to try out, review and assess some free software tools and platforms that can facilitate these activities, including Open Journal Systems, Pressbooks, Hypothes.is, and the Wiki Education Dashboard. Then participants will draft their own assignment, initiative, workshop, or lesson plan that aims to give students experience with open practices and educate them on scholarly communication topics and issues.

Instructor: Robyn Hall, Scholarly Communications Librarian, MacEwan University, Edmonton, Canada

ADDITIONAL COURSE DETAILS

LIVE ZOOM SESSION SCHEDULE
(All times Pacific)
Tuesday, Aug. 4
8-9AM: Introductory session
5-6PM: REPEAT Introductory session
Thursday, Aug. 6
8-9AM: Optional check-in with instructor and other course participants
Tuesday, Aug. 11
8-9AM: Reflections & wrap-up
5-6PM: REPEAT Reflections & wrap-up

Speaker/Instructors
avatar for Robyn Hall

Robyn Hall

Scholarly Communications Librarian, MacEwan University


Tuesday August 4, 2020 8:00am - 9:00am PDT
T13 Classroom

8:00am PDT

T15- FAIR for Data and Texts Not in the Open: Overcoming Legal, Technological, and Economic Barriers

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'.

Here is a link to the FSCI 2020 Full Schedule

Researchers who must negotiate for access to existing texts and data from proprietary sources that don’t meet FAIR standards often face technical, economic, and legal challenges. In this course, we will interactively explore these issues through case studies and share resources and tips that will help researchers, librarians, and vendors to “move the needle” toward FAIR data. Class activities will include critique of license terms for computational access and reuse of publications and databases. Participants will practice accessing a database through publicly available API services (e.g., Crossref, PubChem) and compare these services with other computational access models.

Instructors:
  • Ye Li, PhD, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Librarian, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Libraries
  • Laura Hanscom, Scholarly Communications and Licensing Librarian, MIT Libraries
  • Katie Zimmerman, Director of Copyright Strategy, MIT Libraries

ADDITIONAL COURSE DETAILS

LIVE ZOOM SESSION SCHEDULE
(All times Pacific)
Tuesday, Aug. 4
8-9 am: Introductory session
5-6 pm : REPEAT Introductory session
Thursday, Aug. 6
8-9 am: Activity Session 1
5-6 pm: REPEAT Activity Session 1
Tuesday, Aug. 11
8-9 am: Activity Session 2
5-6 pm: REPEAT Activity Session 2

Speaker/Instructors
avatar for Ye Li

Ye Li

Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Librarian, MIT
KZ

Katie Zimmerman

Director, Copyright Strategy, MIT Libraries
Katie Zimmerman is a Scholarly Communications and Licensing Librarian at MIT and a licensed attorney in Massachusetts. She focuses on copyright and licensing issues for libraries and universities.
LH

Laura Hanscom

Scholarly Communications & Licensing Librarian, MIT Libraries


Tuesday August 4, 2020 8:00am - 9:00am PDT
T15 Classroom

8:00am PDT

T17- When Global Is Local: The South of Open Scholarly Communication

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'.

Here is a link to the FSCI 2020 Full Schedule

This course will examine the practices and experiences of open scholarly production and knowledge exchange in the so-called Global South, focusing especially on open initiatives in Latin America. We will analyze challenges, highlight initiatives, and explore options to contextualize the open movement from a southern perspective. The course will also analyze and debate Open Access laws and specific cases that illustrate the movement’s progress and challenges, and will present a practical approach to deal with the different open scholarly communication ecosystems in the world. Finally, the course will put Open Access to publications and research data in the context of the larger Open Science movement.

Instructors:
  • Gimena del Rio Riande, PhD, Researcher, Instituto de Investigaciones Bibliográficas y Crítica Textual (IIBICRIT), National Scientific and Technical Research Council (CONICET), Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Daniel O'Donnell, PhD, Professor of English, University of Lethbridge, Canada

ADDITIONAL COURSE DETAILS

LIVE ZOOM SESSION SCHEDULE
(All times Pacific)
Tuesday, Aug. 4
8-9 am: Session 1
5-6 pm: REPEAT Session 1
Thursday, Aug. 6
8-9 am: Session 2
5-6 pm: REPEAT Session 2
Tuesday, Aug. 11
8-9 am: Session 3
5-6 pm: REPEAT Session 3


Speaker/Instructors
avatar for Gimena Del Rio Riande

Gimena Del Rio Riande

Researcher, Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas / DOAJ
avatar for Daniel Paul O'Donnell

Daniel Paul O'Donnell

Professor, University of Lethbridge
Daniel O'Donnell is a professor at the University of Lethbridge where he teaches Digital Humanities, Old English, and Medieval Literature. He is founding chair of Global Outlook Digital Humanities, Editor-in-chief of Digital Humanities / Le Champ Numérique, and PI of the Visionary... Read More →


Tuesday August 4, 2020 8:00am - 9:00am PDT
T17 Classroom

8:00am PDT

T14- How to Introduce and Implement Policy in Your Institution and Still Have Friends Afterwards

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'.

Here is a link to the FSCI 2020 Full Schedule

As we move toward an open future, there are multiple challenges around policy, advocacy, and technology surrounding open research practice within institutions. This course discusses the practical aspects of developing policy and navigating it through an institution – a lengthy and complex process. Participants will consider who the stakeholders are within their institution and collectively will look at the perspectives they might bring to the discussion. There will be some practical work on addressing various objections to provide advocacy and negotiation skills. The course will be a mixture of synchronous and asynchronous learning.

Instructors:

ADDITIONAL COURSE DETAILS

LIVE ZOOM SESSION SCHEDULE
(All times Pacific)
Tuesday, Aug. 4
8-9:30 am: Introductory session
5-6:30 pm: REPEAT Introductory session
Thursday, Aug. 6
8-9:30 am: Risk Assessment session
5-6:30 pm: REPEAT Risk Assessment session
Tuesday, Aug. 11
8-9 am: Objections Session
5-6 pm: REPEAT Objections session
Thursday, Aug. 13
Time TBD, 2 hours: Final session, full group

Speaker/Instructors
avatar for Danny Kingsley

Danny Kingsley

Visiting Fellow, Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science
Danny is a consultant and expert in developing strategy and policy in the higher education and research sector with extensive international experience, most recently in Europe and the UK. She has a particular focus on Open Research and research communication. Her work involves aspects... Read More →
avatar for Sarah Shreeves

Sarah Shreeves

Vice Dean, University of Arizona


Tuesday August 4, 2020 8:00am - 9:30am PDT
T14 Classroom

9:00am PDT

T16- Advancing FAIR Data Stewardship: Fostering Institutional Planning and Service Development

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'.

Here is a link to the FSCI 2020 Full Schedule

As funders move toward requirements that research outputs be FAIR, some academic institutions are organizing service points around scholarly communications and “digital stewardship competency.” This course aims to further expert capacity related to FAIR data initiatives at academic institutions or organizations that directly serve domain-based researchers. Topics will include a comparative overview of current FAIR initiatives, organizations, and projects around the globe and tips on how to navigate the differences in funding agency requirements for FAIR data. We will discuss what it means to be FAIR at the institutional level and consider policies across research support service units.

Instructors:
  • Christine Kirkpatrick, Division Director, Research Data Services, San Diego Supercomputer Center, University of California San Diego
  • Natalie Meyers, E-Research Librarian, Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship, Hesburgh Libraries, University of Notre Dame
  • Melissa Cragin, PhD, Chief Strategist, Data Initiatives, Research Data Services, San Diego Supercomputer Center, UC San Diego

ADDITIONAL COURSE DETAILS

LIVE ZOOM SESSION SCHEDULE
(All times Pacific)
Tuesday, Aug. 4
9-10AM: First session
5-6PM: REPEAT First session
Thursday, Aug. 6
9-10AM: Second session
5-6 pm: REPEAT Second session
Tuesday, Aug. 11
10-11AM: Third session
4-5PM: REPEAT Third session

Speaker/Instructors
avatar for Natalie Meyers

Natalie Meyers

E-Research Librarian, University of Notre Dame
E-Research Librarian & Interim Director, Navari Family Center for Digital Scholarship at the University of Notre Dame. Embeds as an informationist on grant funded projects. Advises and collaborates with units across campus and externally to provide team-based support for reproducible... Read More →
avatar for Christine Kirkpatrick

Christine Kirkpatrick

Division Director, Research Data Services, San Diego Supercomputer Center, UC San Diego


Tuesday August 4, 2020 9:00am - 10:00am PDT
T16 Classroom

12:00pm PDT

Fireside Cats! Why FSCI matters to you.

Fireside Cats! are informal conversations around a particular theme.
Topic: Why FSCI matters to you.
Moderator: Douglas Rao and Barbara Bordalejo

Moderators
avatar for Barbara Bordalejo

Barbara Bordalejo

Sessional lecturer, University of Saskatchewan
avatar for Daniel Paul O'Donnell

Daniel Paul O'Donnell

Professor, University of Lethbridge
Daniel O'Donnell is a professor at the University of Lethbridge where he teaches Digital Humanities, Old English, and Medieval Literature. He is founding chair of Global Outlook Digital Humanities, Editor-in-chief of Digital Humanities / Le Champ Numérique, and PI of the Visionary... Read More →
avatar for Yuhan (Douglas) Rao

Yuhan (Douglas) Rao

Postdoctoral Research Scholar, CISESS/NCICS/NCSU


Tuesday August 4, 2020 12:00pm - 1:00pm PDT

1:00pm PDT

Random Network Event Launch

This networking event matches participants randomly to (hopefully) imitate the serendipitous encounters you might find at a meal or after a keynote during an in-person FSCI event. Participants will network one-on-one, in a medium that suits their needs. Sign up for one or both randomizations!
Look to the Community Events Page for further details.

Moderators
avatar for Jonathan Grunert

Jonathan Grunert

Scholarly Communications Librarian, SUNY Geneseo


Tuesday August 4, 2020 1:00pm - 1:00pm PDT
 
Wednesday, August 5
 

4:00am PDT

Fireside Cats! Why FSCI matters to you.

Fireside Cats! are informal conversations around a particular theme.
Topic: Why FSCI matters to you.


Moderators
avatar for Osman Aldirdiri

Osman Aldirdiri

Executive Committee Member, SPARC Africa
avatar for Jonathan Grunert

Jonathan Grunert

Scholarly Communications Librarian, SUNY Geneseo


Wednesday August 5, 2020 4:00am - 5:00am PDT
TBA

TBA

Community Events Overview
In this schedule you'll see events as described below, all arranged and conducted by the FSCI community.  More details for each event below can be found on the Community Events Page, which will evolve in the weeks leading up to FSCI. 

Lightning Talks
Do you have a story to tell, or a successful technique to suggest to your colleagues? Are you passionate about a facet of scholarly communication that you don’t see in our curriculum? Do you have something to add to the dialogue that you feel is being overlooked? Then contribute a Lightning Talk, and spark some conversation. Held on Day 1 of FSCI, these talks help set the tone and foster connections among like-minded professionals in attendance.

Mind-matching
This program matches participants according to their current research partnership ideas, as identified in the registration. Participants will network one-on-one or in a small group, in a medium that suits their needs.

Birds of a Feather
The Birds of a Feather (BOF) program provides opportunities to join your colleagues over the course of FSCI 2020 to network and exchange ideas, insights, and experiences. If you are interested in leading a discussion or have ideas of topics you wish to contribute, sign up to join a BOF group. FSCI Birds of a Feather groups are a way to keep the momentum going and change the world!

Fireside Cats!
Join fellow FSCI participants for Fireside Cats! - a series of virtual coffee events guided by questions designed to be broad, inclusive, and stimulating. Coffee or tea is optional.

Random Network
This networking program matches participants randomly, to (hopefully) imitate the serendipitous encounters you might find at a meal or after a keynote during an in-person FSCI event. Participants will network one-on-one, in a medium that suits their needs.
 
Guided Network Event
This networking event will provide FSCI participants the opportunity to chat with colleagues on a variety of pre-selected topics. Conducted over Zoom and in breakout rooms, participants can join conversations on topics related to scholarly communication.
 
Battle Decks
You will not want to miss this night!!  Everyone is invited to take part in Battledecks (a.k.a. PowerPoint karaoke)—Virtual Edition!  How are your improv skills? Ready to perform in front of a live audience? Each contestant will be given 3-5 minutes to present, speaking over ten slides you have never seen, with the goal of telling a coherent story while (a) entertaining the audience and (b) keeping a straight face. An in-person FSCI favorite, we’re dying to see how this plays out via Zoom.
 
Do-A-Thon
Tired of talking about a problem?  Want to do something about it? Bring your ideas for a focused project to be addressed, or question to be answered, with the help of other FSCI participants.  Ideas will be selected by consensus, and working groups will be formed to tackle the project in collaboration with other FSCI attendees.
 
Call to Action/Open Mic
Throughout FSCI 2020 everyone will have multiple opportunities to share how FSCI has changed how you think about any topic in Scholarly Communication, or how our world needs to change, and what you plan to do about it! The Call to Action is a way for participants to 1) issue a call to action for the rest of those assembled at FSCI 2020, and/or 2) inspire others to work with you to take action and mobilize change in the world.


Wednesday August 5, 2020 TBA

TBA

FSCI Slack Channels
Slack WILL be used for communicating during FSCI.  All participants are asked to join the FSCI Slack channel prior to the start date of August 3.

Here are helpful links:
Join Slack - Invitation Here 
Slack 101 Video here: https://slack.com/resources/slack-101
Slack Helpful Instruction Links: https://slack.com/help/categories/200111606

Wednesday August 5, 2020 TBA
Slack

8:00am PDT

W21- FAIR Data in the Scholarly Communications Life Cycle

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'.

Here is a link to the FSCI 2020 Full Schedule

This course will focus on FAIR research data management and stewardship practices. It will provide an understanding of FAIR data and how it fits into scholarly communication workflows. The course will provide an overview of the FAIR Data Principles and the drivers behind their development by a broad community of international stakeholders. We will explore a range of topics related to putting FAIR data into practice, including how and where data can be described, stored, and made discoverable (e.g., data repositories, metadata); methods for identifying and citing data; interoperability of (meta)data; best-practice examples; and tips for enabling data reuse (e.g., data licensing).

Instructors:
  • Natasha SimonsAssociate Director, Data and Services, Australian Research Data Commons
  • Christopher Erdmann, User Engagement, Support and Training Expert (RENCI), University of North Carolina
  • Daniel Bangert, Scientific Manager, Göttingen State and University Library

ADDITIONAL COURSE DETAILS

LIVE ZOOM SESSION SCHEDULE
(All times Pacific)
Wednesday, Aug. 5
8-9 am: Session 1
5-6 pm: REPEAT Session 1
Monday, Aug. 10
8-9 am: Session 2
3-4 pm: REPEAT Session 2
Wednesday, Aug. 12
8-9 am: Session 3
3-4 pm: REPEAT: Session 3

Speaker/Instructors
avatar for Natasha Simons

Natasha Simons

Associate Director, Data and Services, Australian Research Data Commons
Natasha Simons has her head in the clouds - literally, technically and figuratively. She loves research data and making good stuff happen. As Associate Director, Data & Services, at the Australian Research Data Commons she is responsible for programs that support the development of... Read More →
avatar for Christopher Erdmann

Christopher Erdmann

American Geophysical Union
avatar for Daniel Bangert

Daniel Bangert

Scientific Manager, Göttingen State and University Library
Open Research, Research Data Management, Scholarly Communications


Wednesday August 5, 2020 8:00am - 9:00am PDT
W21 Classroom

8:00am PDT

W22- Looking Beyond the Journal Article: A Guide to Building Your Biomedical Research Toolkit

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'.

Here is a link to the FSCI 2020 Full Schedule

In this course, we will take a look at the scholarly communication landscape for biomedical and STEM researchers. The last decade has seen an unprecedented boom in interdisciplinary and collaborative research and a significant effort to create robust platforms that streamline the research and publication process. We will highlight key areas where new open publishing platforms streamline the research workflow. Participants will get hands-on experience with research and data-publishing platforms that help scholars create collaborative protocols, manage research data and code, and learn preprints best-practices. We will start with an overview of planning an open research workflow from the perspective of biomedical and STEM researchers and then dive into key tools and publishing platforms.

Instructors:
  • Ariel Deardorff, MLIS, Data Services Librarian, University of California San Francisco
  • Ibraheem Ali, PhD, Sciences Data Librarian, UCLA Biomedical Library

ADDITIONAL COURSE DETAILS

LIVE ZOOM SESSION SCHEDULE
(All times Pacific) 
Wednesday, Aug. 5
8-9 am: Introductory session
5-6 pm: REPEAT Introductory session
Monday, Aug. 10
8-9 am: First two topics
5-6 pm: REPEAT First two topics
Wednesday, Aug. 12
8-9 am: Next two topics
5-6 pm: REPEAT Next two topics

Speaker/Instructors
avatar for Ariel Deardorff

Ariel Deardorff

Data Services Librarian, University of California, San Francisco
avatar for Ibraheem Ali

Ibraheem Ali

Sciences Data Librarian, UCLA


Wednesday August 5, 2020 8:00am - 9:00am PDT
W22 Classroom

8:00am PDT

W24- Working with Scholarly Literature in R: Pulling, Wrangling, Cleaning, and Analyzing Structured Bibliographic Metadata

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'.

Here is a link to the FSCI 2020 Full Schedule

This course will familiarize participants with a number of packages created by developers for accessing the scholarly literature in R, among them rcrossref, rorcid, and roadoi. These packages make use of the APIs in their systems to allow users to execute specific queries and pull the structured data into R, where it can be reshaped, merged with other data, and analyzed. By the conclusion of the session, participants will be able to work with and analyze data in R. On a deeper level, they will have more powerful tools for gathering subsets of the scholarly literature in clean and structured formats based on specific parameters.

Instructor: Clarke Iakovakis, Scholarly Services Librarian, Oklahoma State University

ADDITIONAL COURSE DETAILS

LIVE ZOOM SESSION SCHEDULE
(All times Pacific)
Wednesday, Aug. 5
8-9AM: Introductory session
5-6PM: REPEAT Introductory session
Monday, Aug. 10
8-9AM: Actvity session 1
5-6PM: REPEAT Activity session 1
Wednesday, Aug. 12
8-9AM: Activity session 2
5-6PM: REPEAT Activity session 2

Speaker/Instructors
avatar for Clarke Iakovakis

Clarke Iakovakis

Scholarly Services Librarian, Oklahoma State University


Wednesday August 5, 2020 8:00am - 9:00am PDT
W24 Classroom

8:00am PDT

W26- Tools and Best Practices for Publishing an Open Access Journal: A Workshop for Beginners

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'.

Here is a link to the FSCI 2020 Full Schedule

This class will provide an interactive introduction to open access journal publishing with a focus on cultivating the tools and practices necessary to develop a high-quality, sustainable publication. Participants will learn how one established library publishing program (California Digital Library’s eScholarship Publishing) evaluates potential journal proposals and supports editorial teams as they develop their journals. After exploring best practices, participants will evaluate a selection of sample OA journal proposals. We will move from discussion of general best practices toward more in-depth discussions. Peer review, in both its traditional and open forms, will be discussed, with a particular lens on the importance of ensuring a diverse evaluation of work.

Instructors: 
  • Justin Gonder, Senior Product Manager, Publishing, California Digital Library
  • Rachel Lee, New Publications Manager, California Digital Library; 

ADDITIONAL COURSE DETAILS

LIVE ZOOM SESSION SCHEDULE
(All times Pacific)
Wednesday, Aug. 5
8-9AM: Session 1
5-6PM: REPEAT Session 1
Monday, Aug. 10
8-9AM: Session 2
5-6PM: REPEAT Session 2
Wednesday, Aug. 12
8-9AM: Session 3
5-6PM: REPEAT Session 3

Speaker/Instructors
avatar for rachel lee

rachel lee

Publications Manager, eScholarship Publishing
avatar for Justin Gonder

Justin Gonder

Senior Product Manager, Publishing, California Digital Library


Wednesday August 5, 2020 8:00am - 9:00am PDT
W26 Classroom

8:00am PDT

W20- Research Reproducibility in Theory and Practice (Examples and Focus on Biological Sciences)

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'.

Here is a link to the FSCI 2020 Full Schedule

This course will focus on issues of reproducibility in research from a broad perspective. It will include an introduction to the differing types of reproducibility, and a discussion of new grant review guidelines and the philosophy that underpins them. The course will look at reproducibility in several contexts, including collecting and communication in experimental research, providing a robust record of computational research, and the limitations and debates around these approaches. We will introduce several tools and approaches to support reproducible research practice, including the RRID portal, Zenodo, Jupyter Notebooks, and best practice in research and data management, communication, and open sharing.

Instructors:
  • Anita BandrowskiPhD, RRID Project Lead at SciCrunch and University of California, San Diego
  • Daniel S. Katz, PhD, Assistant Director for Scientific Software and Applications, National Center for Supercomputing Applications and Research; and Research Associate Professor in Information Sciences, Computer Science, and Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
  • Tracey Weissgerber, PhD, Mayo Clinic and QUEST (Quality, Ethics, Open Science, Translation), Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany

ADDITIONAL COURSE DETAILS

LIVE ZOOM SESSION SCHEDULE
(All times Pacific)
Wednesday, Aug. 5

8-9:30AM: Introductory session, Activity 1
5-6:30PM: REPEAT Introductory session, Activity 1
Monday, Aug. 10

8-9:30AM: Session 2, Activity 2
Wednesday, Aug. 12

8-9:30AM: Session 3, Activity 3
Monday, Aug. 17
(only if needed)
8-9:30AM: Sessions, Activities

Speaker/Instructors
avatar for Anita Bandrowski

Anita Bandrowski

Researcher, SciCrunch Inc
Department of Neuroscience at UCSDLead of the RRID project, working in big data infrastructures. Curation at SPARC.science project (bio-electronic medicine for the peripheral nervous system to organ connections) and part of BICCN.org (Brain Cell Census Network).
avatar for Daniel S. Katz

Daniel S. Katz

Chief Scientist, NCSA, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Dan is Chief Scientist at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) and Research Associate Professor in Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and the School of Information Sciences (iSchool), at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. In past... Read More →
TW

Tracey Weissgerber

QUEST Center (Quality, Ethics, Open science, Translation),
Meta-researcher working to improve data visualization, statistical analysis, rigor, reproducibility and transparency in scientific publications


Wednesday August 5, 2020 8:00am - 9:30am PDT
W20 Classroom

8:00am PDT

W23- Getting Buy-In: How to Plan Inclusive Open Access Sessions

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'.

Here is a link to the FSCI 2020 Full Schedule

A fundamental understanding of matters related to advocacy, negotiation, diversity, accessibility, equity, and inclusion is essential in scholarly communications, both to reach varied audiences and to encourage richer, more open resources. This course presents strategies for developing effective scholarly communications ranging from “elevator” pitches to full-length workshops. Class conversation will cover topics related to equity, diversity, and inclusion, implicit bias, privilege, accessibility, and negotiation. Exercises will include strategic solutions focused on technologies, tools, and platforms that help scaffold advocacy-based initiatives. Students are invited to bring examples of real-life scenarios to try with communication strategies covered in class.

Instructors:
  • Barbara Bordalejo, PhD, Sessional Lecturer, English, University of Saskatchewan 
  • Emily Kilcer, Scholarly Communication Librarian, University at Albany, State University of New York 
  • Amanda Page, Scholarly Communications Consultant, New York

ADDITIONAL COURSE DETAILS

LIVE ZOOM SESSION SCHEDULE (All times Pacific)
Wednesday, Aug. 5
8-10AM: Session 1
5-7PM: REPEAT Session 1
Monday, Aug. 10
8-10AM: Session 2
12-1:30PM: Session 3, guest Peter Suber – Writing, reading, speaking: an interactive discussion on advocacy
Wednesday, Aug. 12
8-10AM: Session 4

Speaker/Instructors
avatar for Barbara Bordalejo

Barbara Bordalejo

Sessional lecturer, University of Saskatchewan
avatar for Emily Kilcer

Emily Kilcer

Scholarly Communication Librarian, University at Albany
avatar for Amanda Page

Amanda Page

Scholarly Communications Professional


Wednesday August 5, 2020 8:00am - 10:00am PDT
W23 Classroom

8:00am PDT

W27- Global Overview of the Scholarly Publishing Market: Differences Between the North and the South and Possible Consequences of Plan S

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'.

Here is a link to the FSCI 2020 Full Schedule

This course will focus on the publisher-dominated scholarly publishing system in the North – subscription and open access, maintained by publisher-controlled metrics and ranking – versus the community-controlled open access publishing system in Latin America and the society-based subscription system and governmental infrastructures in Asia. We will highlight “Fostering Bibliodiversity in Scholarly Communications: A Call for Action,” which calls on the community to make concerted efforts to develop strong, community-governed infrastructures that support diversity in scholarly communications. We will present reasons why we think adoption of Plan S guidelines may lead to a global publishing market again dominated by a handful of Northern publishers who will continue to make very high profits.

Instructors:
  • Tom Olyhoek, PhD, Editor-in-Chief, Directory of Open Access Journals
  • Ivonne Lujano, DOAJ Ambassador for Latin America
  • Miho Funamori, Associate Professor, National Institute of Informatics, Tokyo, Japan

Guest presenters:
  • Kathleen ShearerExecutive Director, COAR (Confederation of Open Access Repositories)
  • Iryna KuchmaOpen Access Program Manager, EIFL (Electronic Information for Libraries)

ADDITIONAL COURSE DETAILS

LIVE ZOOM SESSION SCHEDULE   (All times Pacific) 

Wednesday, Aug. 5
8-10 am:Evaluation systems, journal indexing services
5-7 pm: Repeat Evaluation systems, journal indexing services
Monday, Aug. 10
8-10 am: Intro to Plan S, regional consequences
5-7 pm: Repeat Intro to Plan S, regional consequences
Wednesday, Aug. 12
8-9 am: Concept of Bibliodiversity and the Call for action
5-6 pm: Repeat Concept of Bibliodiversity and the Call for actions

Speaker/Instructors
avatar for Tom Olyhoek

Tom Olyhoek

Editor in Chief, DOAJ
I am a molecular microbiology researcher with ampel living and working experience in Europe and Africa. I have done research on tropical and exotic diseases like malaria, sleeping sickness and Lyme disease. Since 2012 I work on advocacy for open science and open access with OKF and... Read More →
avatar for Miho Funamori

Miho Funamori

Associate Professor, National Institute of Informatics
avatar for Ivonne Lujano

Ivonne Lujano

DOAJ ambassador in Latin America, Directory of Open Access Journals


Wednesday August 5, 2020 8:00am - 10:00am PDT
W27 Classroom

10:00am PDT

Guided Network Event

This networking event will provide FSCI participants with the opportunity to chat with colleagues on a variety of pre-selected topics. Conducted over Zoom and in breakout rooms, participants can join conversations on topics related to scholarly communication.

The Guided Network topics are selected from this year's lightning talks. We have seen strong interests in the following topics,
  • Research Information Management System
  • Preprints
  • Data Identifiers and Preservation
  • Protocol and Scaling for Data Project
We will also have the main Zoom room available for other topics that may emerge during the event. Please join us and your fellow FSCI-ers for a fun discussion!

Moderators
avatar for Jonathan Grunert

Jonathan Grunert

Scholarly Communications Librarian, SUNY Geneseo
avatar for Yuhan (Douglas) Rao

Yuhan (Douglas) Rao

Postdoctoral Research Scholar, CISESS/NCICS/NCSU


Wednesday August 5, 2020 10:00am - 11:00am PDT

10:00am PDT

W25- A Decolonized Approach to Scholarly Communication: Foundations, Challenges, and Perspectives in Practice and Research

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'.

Here is a link to the FSCI 2020 Full Schedule

This course aims to teach participants how to identify and avoid colonial practices in scholarly communication. When you are dealing with scholarly communication, whether you are a librarian, a researcher, a funder, a policymaker, or a software designer, what you do has impact across the world. But if you are not aware of soft domination, exclusion, and inequities led by knowledge, this impact can be negative. The first part of the course will provide participants with basics on postcolonial theory. The second part is based on practical activities to scan the landscape of scholarly communication under the lens of postcolonial theory. Then we will focus on best practices we need to adopt to avoid an unconscious colonial impact in scholarly communication.

Instructor: Thomas Hervé Mboa Nkoudou, Queen Elizabeth II Scholar at University of Ottawa, Canada, DOAJ Ambassador, and President, Association for the Promotion of Open Science in Haiti and Africa (APSOHA)

ADDITIONAL COURSE DETAILS

LIVE ZOOM SESSION SCHEDULE
(All times Pacific)
Wednesday, Aug. 5

10-11AM: Introductory session
6-7PM: REPEAT Introductory session
Monday, Aug. 10

10-11AM: Activity session 1
6-7PM: REPEAT Activity session 1
Wednesday, Aug. 12
10-11AM: Activity session 2
6-7PM: REPEAT Activity session 2
Monday, Aug. 17

TBD: Optional continued discussion

Speaker/Instructors
avatar for Thomas Hervé Mboa Nkoudou

Thomas Hervé Mboa Nkoudou

Co-Organiser of Africa OSH and President of Association for the Promotion of Open Science in Haiti and Africa (APSOHA)., University of Ottawa/OpenAIR


Wednesday August 5, 2020 10:00am - 11:00am PDT
W25 Classroom

7:00pm PDT

Fireside Cats! Why FSCI matters to you.

Fireside Cats! are informal conversations around a particular theme.
Topic: Why FSCI matters to you.
Moderator: Barbara Bordalejo and Clarke Iakovakis

Moderators
avatar for Barbara Bordalejo

Barbara Bordalejo

Sessional lecturer, University of Saskatchewan
avatar for Clarke Iakovakis

Clarke Iakovakis

Scholarly Services Librarian, Oklahoma State University


Wednesday August 5, 2020 7:00pm - 8:00pm PDT

7:00pm PDT

Guided Network Event

This networking event will provide FSCI participants with the opportunity to chat with colleagues on a variety of pre-selected topics. Conducted over Zoom and in breakout rooms, participants can join conversations on topics related to scholarly communication.
Look to the Community Events Page for further details.

The Guided Network topics are selected from this year's lightning talks. We have seen strong interests in the following topics,
  • Research Information Management System
  • Preprints
  • Data Identifiers and Preservation
  • Protocol and Scaling for Data Project
We will also have the main Zoom room available for other topics that may emerge during the event. Please join us and your fellow FSCI-ers for a fun discussion!

Moderators
avatar for Jonathan Grunert

Jonathan Grunert

Scholarly Communications Librarian, SUNY Geneseo
avatar for Yuhan (Douglas) Rao

Yuhan (Douglas) Rao

Postdoctoral Research Scholar, CISESS/NCICS/NCSU


Wednesday August 5, 2020 7:00pm - 8:00pm PDT
 
Thursday, August 6
 

TBA

T - COURSES - DAY 2 (VIEW ONLY - DO NOT ADD TO YOUR SCHEDULE)

Day 2 ''T" Courses.  Please see the Course Start Date Session to sign up for the course and to see the course schedule on the course description page.  

Thursday August 6, 2020 TBA
OSF

11:00am PDT

Fireside Cats! Institutional cultures of Open Science


Fireside Cats! are informal conversations around a particular theme.
Topic: Institutional cultures of Open Science.
Moderator: TBA

Updates: The chat history from this session can be found in this shared google doc

Moderators
avatar for Barbara Bordalejo

Barbara Bordalejo

Sessional lecturer, University of Saskatchewan
avatar for Yuhan (Douglas) Rao

Yuhan (Douglas) Rao

Postdoctoral Research Scholar, CISESS/NCICS/NCSU


Thursday August 6, 2020 11:00am - 12:00pm PDT

2:00pm PDT

Battle Decks - Slideshow Karaoke

Chair/Moderator - Nicky Agate, Assistant University Librarian for Research Data and Digital Scholarship, University of Pennsylvania

You will not want to miss this night!! Everyone is invited to take part in Battledecks (a.k.a. PowerPoint karaoke). How are your improv skills? Ready to perform in front of a “live” audience? Each contestant will be given 2.5 minutes to present ten slides on a surprise topic, with the goal of telling a coherent scholarly communication story while (a) entertaining the audience and (b) keeping a straight face. The winner will be decided by Zoom vote.

Sign up to be in the audience on Sched. Sign up to battle at http://bit.ly/fsci-battle

Moderators
avatar for Nicky Agate

Nicky Agate

AUL Research Data & Digital Scholarship, University of Pennsylvania Libraries


Thursday August 6, 2020 2:00pm - 4:00pm PDT
The Great Hall

9:00pm PDT

Midpoint Plenary Panel A: The Past, Present and Future of FAIR Data

Click the yellow "Video Stream" button above to view the recording of this session.

Throughout Friday, August 7, across time zones around the world we will have a dynamic global panel session featuring leading experts on FAIR Data, its limitations and challenges, and its future. Each time slot throughout the day will draw on a different subset of panelists and focus on a different aspect of FAIR Data.

Confirmed panelists for this session include Ginny Barbour (Director, Australasian Open Access Strategy Group), and Lesley Wyborn (Adjunct Fellow, Australian National University). Natasha Simons (Associate Director, Data & Services, Australian Research Data Commons) will chair the panel. Sessions will include statements and discussion on the past, present, and future of the FAIR principles, and on the principled and respectful use of data in general.

Moderators
avatar for Natasha Simons

Natasha Simons

Associate Director, Data and Services, Australian Research Data Commons
Natasha Simons has her head in the clouds - literally, technically and figuratively. She loves research data and making good stuff happen. As Associate Director, Data & Services, at the Australian Research Data Commons she is responsible for programs that support the development of... Read More →

Speaker/Instructors
avatar for Ginny Barbour

Ginny Barbour

Director, AOASG
Ginny Barbour is Director of the Australasian Open Access Strategy Group and is Co-Lead, Office for Scholarly Communications, Queensland University of Technology (QUT). In 2004, she was one of the three founding editors of PLOS Medicine. She has been involved over the years with... Read More →
avatar for Lesley Wyborn

Lesley Wyborn

Honorary Professor, Australian National University



Thursday August 6, 2020 9:00pm - 9:45pm PDT
The Great Hall
 
Friday, August 7
 

2:00am PDT

Midpoint Plenary Panel B: The Past, Present and Future of FAIR Data

Click the yellow "Video Stream" button above to view the recording of this session.

Throughout Friday, August 7, across time zones around the world, we will have a dynamic global panel session featuring leading experts on FAIR Data, its limitations and challenges, and its future. Each time slot throughout the day will draw on a different subset of panelists and focus on a different aspect of FAIR Data.

Confirmed panelists for this session include Ginny Barbour (Director, Australasian Open Access Strategy Group), Lorretta Favour Ntoimo (Senior Lecturer, Federal University Oye-Ekiti, Nigeria), Lesley Wyborn (Adjunct Fellow, Australian National University), Maui Hudson (Director, Te Kotahi Research Institute, University of Waikato, New Zealand), Steve McEachern (Director, Australian Data Archive, Australian National University), Leyla Jael Garcia Castro (Team Leader, ZB MED Information Centre for Life Sciences), and Cameron Neylon (Professor of Research Communications, Centre for Culture and Technology, Curtin University, Australia). Natasha Simons (Associate Director, Data & Services, Australian Research Data Commons) will chair the panel. Sessions will include statements and discussion on the past, present, and future of the FAIR principles, and on the principled and respectful use of data in general.

Moderators
avatar for Natasha Simons

Natasha Simons

Associate Director, Data and Services, Australian Research Data Commons
Natasha Simons has her head in the clouds - literally, technically and figuratively. She loves research data and making good stuff happen. As Associate Director, Data & Services, at the Australian Research Data Commons she is responsible for programs that support the development of... Read More →

Speaker/Instructors
avatar for Ginny Barbour

Ginny Barbour

Director, AOASG
Ginny Barbour is Director of the Australasian Open Access Strategy Group and is Co-Lead, Office for Scholarly Communications, Queensland University of Technology (QUT). In 2004, she was one of the three founding editors of PLOS Medicine. She has been involved over the years with... Read More →
avatar for Maui Hudson

Maui Hudson

Director, Te Kotahi Research Institute, University of Waikato
I affiliate to the Whakatohea Iwi (Tribe) in Aotearoa New Zealand. I am a founding member of Te Mana Raraunga Māori Data Sovereignty Network and the Global Indigenous Data Alliance which released the CARE Principles for Indigenous Data Governance. I am an Associate Professor at the... Read More →
LF

Lorretta Favour Ntoimo

Senior Lecturer, Federal University Oye-Ekiti, Nigeria
LJ

Leyla Jael Garcia Castro

Team leader, ZB MED Information Centre for Life Sciences
avatar for Lesley Wyborn

Lesley Wyborn

Honorary Professor, Australian National University



Friday August 7, 2020 2:00am - 2:45am PDT
The Great Hall

4:00am PDT

Fireside Cats! Institutional Cultures of Open Science

Fireside Cats! are informal conversations around a particular theme.
Topic: Institutional cultures of Open Science
Moderator: Jonathan Grunert

Speaker/Instructors
avatar for Osman Aldirdiri

Osman Aldirdiri

Executive Committee Member, SPARC Africa
avatar for Jonathan Grunert

Jonathan Grunert

Scholarly Communications Librarian, SUNY Geneseo



Friday August 7, 2020 4:00am - 5:00am PDT
TBA

7:00am PDT

Midpoint Plenary Panel C: The Past, Present and Future of FAIR Data

Click the yellow "Video Stream" button above to view the recording of this session.

Throughout Friday, August 7, across time zones around the world, we will have a dynamic global panel session featuring leading experts on FAIR Data, its limitations and challenges, and its future. Each time slot throughout the day will draw on a different subset of panelists and focus on a different aspect of FAIR Data.

Confirmed panelists for this session include Mark Parsons (Senior Research Scientist, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), Lorretta Favour Ntoimo (Senior Lecturer, Federal University Oye-Ekiti, Nigeria), Stephanie Carroll (Assistant Professor, University of Arizona), Leyla Jael Garcia Castro (Team Leader, ZB MED Information Centre for Life Sciences), and Ingrid Dillo (Deputy Director, Data Archiving and Networked Services). Cameron Neylon (Professor of Research Communications, Centre for Culture and Technology, Curtin University, Australia) will chair the panel. Sessions will include statements and discussion on the past, present, and future of the FAIR principles, and on the principled and respectful use of data in general.

Moderators
avatar for Cameron Neylon

Cameron Neylon

Researcher/Scholar/Scientist, Curtin University

Speaker/Instructors
LF

Lorretta Favour Ntoimo

Senior Lecturer, Federal University Oye-Ekiti, Nigeria
ID

Ingrid Dillo

deputy director, DANS
SC

Stephanie Carroll

Assistant Professor, University of Arizona
avatar for Mark Parsons

Mark Parsons

University of Alabama in Huntsville
LJ

Leyla Jael Garcia Castro

Team leader, ZB MED Information Centre for Life Sciences



Friday August 7, 2020 7:00am - 7:45am PDT
The Great Hall

12:00pm PDT

Midpoint Plenary Panel D: The Past, Present and Future of FAIR Data

Click the yellow "Video Stream" button above to view the recording of this session.

Throughout Friday, August 7, across time zones around the world, we will have a dynamic global panel session featuring leading experts on FAIR Data, its limitations and challenges, and its future. Each time slot throughout the day will draw on a different subset of panelists and focus on a different aspect of FAIR Data.

Confirmed panelists for this session include Mark Parsons (Senior Research Scientist, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), Maui Hudson (Director, Te Kotahi Research Institute, University of Waikato, New Zealand), and Ivonne Lujano (Directory of Open Access Journals Ambassador for Latin America). Cameron Neylon (Professor of Research Communications, Centre for Culture and Technology, Curtin University, Australia) will chair the panel. Sessions will include statements and discussion on the past, present, and future of the FAIR principles, and on the principled and respectful use of data in general.

Moderators
avatar for Cameron Neylon

Cameron Neylon

Researcher/Scholar/Scientist, Curtin University

Speaker/Instructors
avatar for Maui Hudson

Maui Hudson

Director, Te Kotahi Research Institute, University of Waikato
I affiliate to the Whakatohea Iwi (Tribe) in Aotearoa New Zealand. I am a founding member of Te Mana Raraunga Māori Data Sovereignty Network and the Global Indigenous Data Alliance which released the CARE Principles for Indigenous Data Governance. I am an Associate Professor at the... Read More →
avatar for Mark Parsons

Mark Parsons

University of Alabama in Huntsville
avatar for Ivonne Lujano

Ivonne Lujano

DOAJ ambassador in Latin America, Directory of Open Access Journals



Friday August 7, 2020 12:00pm - 12:45pm PDT
The Great Hall

2:00pm PDT

Do-a-Thon

Chair/Moderator: Steve Diggs, CCHDO Technical Director, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD
Tired of talking about a problem? Want to do something about it? Building off the concept of a hackathon, a do-a-thon is a work-sprint where people from different skill sets work together and collaborate on different challenges and projects. Bring your ideas for a focused project to be addressed, or question to be answered, with the help of other FSCI participants. Ideas will be selected by consensus, and working groups will be formed to tackle the project in collaboration with other FSCI attendees.

Please suggest your Do-A-Thon project here: https://forms.gle/djtKBwTEgjqnD2vM6

Speaker/Instructors
avatar for Steve Diggs

Steve Diggs

Technical Director, CCHDO, Scripps Institution of Oceanography / UC San Diego



Friday August 7, 2020 2:00pm - 3:00pm PDT
The Great Hall

6:00pm PDT

Midpoint Plenary Panel E: The Past, Present and Future of FAIR Data

Click the yellow "Video Stream" button above to view the recording of this session.

Throughout Friday, August 7, across time zones around the world, we will have a dynamic global panel session featuring leading experts on FAIR Data, its limitations and challenges, and its future. Each time slot throughout the day will draw on a different subset of panelists and focus on a different aspect of FAIR Data.

Confirmed panelists for this session include Stephanie Carroll (Assistant Professor, University of Arizona), Ivonne Lujano (Directory of Open Access Journals Ambassador for Latin America), Ginny Barbour (Director, Australasian Open Access Strategy Group), and Lesley Wyborn (Adjunct Fellow, Australian National University). Natasha Simons (Associate Director, Data & Services, Australian Research Data Commons) will chair the panel. Sessions will include statements and discussion on the past, present, and future of the FAIR principles, and on the principled and respectful use of data in general. 

Moderators
avatar for Natasha Simons

Natasha Simons

Associate Director, Data and Services, Australian Research Data Commons
Natasha Simons has her head in the clouds - literally, technically and figuratively. She loves research data and making good stuff happen. As Associate Director, Data & Services, at the Australian Research Data Commons she is responsible for programs that support the development of... Read More →

Speaker/Instructors
SC

Stephanie Carroll

Assistant Professor, University of Arizona
avatar for Lesley Wyborn

Lesley Wyborn

Honorary Professor, Australian National University
avatar for Ivonne Lujano

Ivonne Lujano

DOAJ ambassador in Latin America, Directory of Open Access Journals



Friday August 7, 2020 6:00pm - 6:45pm PDT
The Great Hall

7:00pm PDT

Fireside Cats! Institutional cultures of Open Science

Fireside Cats! are informal conversations around a particular theme.
Topic: Institutional cultures of Open Science.
Moderator: TBA

Moderators
avatar for Clarke Iakovakis

Clarke Iakovakis

Scholarly Services Librarian, Oklahoma State University
avatar for Daniel Paul O'Donnell

Daniel Paul O'Donnell

Professor, University of Lethbridge
Daniel O'Donnell is a professor at the University of Lethbridge where he teaches Digital Humanities, Old English, and Medieval Literature. He is founding chair of Global Outlook Digital Humanities, Editor-in-chief of Digital Humanities / Le Champ Numérique, and PI of the Visionary... Read More →


Friday August 7, 2020 7:00pm - 8:00pm PDT
 
Monday, August 10
 

TBA

W - COURSES - DAY 2 (VIEW ONLY - DO NOT ADD TO YOUR SCHEDULE)

Day 2 ''W' Courses.  Please see the Course Start Date Session to sign up for the course and to see the course schedule on the course description page.  

Monday August 10, 2020 TBA
OSF

11:00am PDT

Fireside Cats! Gathering Open Data.

Fireside Cats! are informal conversations around a particular theme.
Topic: Gathering Open Data.

Click here to join the zoom meeting

If you are using mobil devices, check the information below to join us!

One tap mobile : 
> +16699006833,,93914400482#,,,,,,0#,,850509# US (San Jose)
> +12532158782,,93914400482#,,,,,,0#,,850509# US (Tacoma)

Moderators
avatar for Barbara Bordalejo

Barbara Bordalejo

Sessional lecturer, University of Saskatchewan
avatar for Yuhan (Douglas) Rao

Yuhan (Douglas) Rao

Postdoctoral Research Scholar, CISESS/NCICS/NCSU


Monday August 10, 2020 11:00am - 12:00pm PDT

1:00pm PDT

Random Network - Re-Randomized!

Was your first randomization a bust? Or are you still looking for a FSCI friend? This networking event is another shot at a serendipitous encounter. Participants will network one-on-one, in a medium that suits their needs. You and your randomly-selected partners will receive an email after this event inviting you to get to know each other in a medium of your choosing.
Fill out this survey to be randomly-matched: https://forms.gle/sAPXkZinqWqnG4WA7
Look to the Community Events Page for further details.

Moderators
avatar for Jonathan Grunert

Jonathan Grunert

Scholarly Communications Librarian, SUNY Geneseo

Monday August 10, 2020 1:00pm - 1:00pm PDT
 
Tuesday, August 11
 

4:00am PDT

Fireside Cats! Gathering Open Data.

Fireside Cats! are informal conversations around a particular theme.
Topic: Gathering Open Data.
Moderator: Jonathan Grunert

Moderators
avatar for Osman Aldirdiri

Osman Aldirdiri

Executive Committee Member, SPARC Africa
avatar for Jonathan Grunert

Jonathan Grunert

Scholarly Communications Librarian, SUNY Geneseo

Tuesday August 11, 2020 4:00am - 5:00am PDT
TBA

TBA

T - COURSES - DAY 3 (VIEW ONLY - DO NOT ADD TO YOUR SCHEDULE)

Day 3 of Tuesday/Thursday Courses.  Please see the Course Start Date Session to sign up for the course and to see the course schedule on the course description page.  

Tuesday August 11, 2020 TBA

11:00am PDT

Fireside Cats! Virtual Meetings - What have we learned, What is still needed.

Fireside Cats! are informal conversations around a particular theme.
Topic:  Virtual Meetings - What have we learned, What is still needed.
Come by and let's share what we have learned so far, any tools you recommend, what tools are needed, or if you just want to hear what the rest of us have done so far. Come on by and chat.

Moderator: Barbara Bordalejo, Stephanie Hagstrom, Erin Robinson

Moderators
avatar for Barbara Bordalejo

Barbara Bordalejo

Sessional lecturer, University of Saskatchewan
avatar for Stephanie Hagstrom

Stephanie Hagstrom

Director, FSCI, University of California, San Diego
avatar for Erin Robinson

Erin Robinson

Co-Founder & Leadership Coach, Metadata Game Changers LLC


Tuesday August 11, 2020 11:00am - 12:00pm PDT

7:00pm PDT

Fireside Cats! Gathering Open Data.

Fireside Cats! are informal conversations around a particular theme.
Topic: Gathering Open Data.
Moderator: TBA

Moderators
avatar for Danny Kingsley

Danny Kingsley

Visiting Fellow, Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science
Danny is a consultant and expert in developing strategy and policy in the higher education and research sector with extensive international experience, most recently in Europe and the UK. She has a particular focus on Open Research and research communication. Her work involves aspects... Read More →


Tuesday August 11, 2020 7:00pm - 8:00pm PDT
 
Wednesday, August 12
 

TBA

W - COURSES - DAY 3 (VIEW ONLY - DO NOT ADD TO YOUR SCHEDULE)

Day 3 ''W' Courses.  Please see the Course Start Date Session to sign up for the course and to see the course schedule on the course description page.  

Wednesday August 12, 2020 TBA

11:00am PDT

Fireside Cats! CARE Principles of Indigenous Data Governance + Mukurtu

Fireside Cats! are informal conversations around a particular theme.
Topic:  CARE Principles of Indigenous Data Governance + Mukurtu 
Moderator: TBA

Moderators
avatar for Barbara Bordalejo

Barbara Bordalejo

Sessional lecturer, University of Saskatchewan
avatar for Nathan Woods

Nathan Woods

Postdoctoral Researcher, UIUC


Wednesday August 12, 2020 11:00am - 12:00pm PDT
 
Thursday, August 13
 

4:00am PDT

Fireside Cats! CARE Principles of Indigenous Data Governance + Mukurtu

Fireside Cats! are informal conversations around a particular theme.
Topic:  CARE Principles of Indigenous Data Governance + Mukurtu 
Moderator: Jonathan Grunert

Moderators
avatar for Osman Aldirdiri

Osman Aldirdiri

Executive Committee Member, SPARC Africa
avatar for Jonathan Grunert

Jonathan Grunert

Scholarly Communications Librarian, SUNY Geneseo

Thursday August 13, 2020 4:00am - 5:00am PDT
TBA

8:00am PDT

Closing Session Plenary Part 1

We will begin each closing session with closing remarks and important updates about the future of FSCI - be sure to catch both sessions if you can!  We will then turn to a panel discussion, with a different selection of FSCI Instructors for each session. Cameron Neylon has compiled a list of questions to prompt each group’s discussion: bridging the course topics & asking for lessons learned, etc.

Moderators
avatar for Marty Brennan

Marty Brennan

Scholarly Communication Education Librarian, UCLA Library
As Chair of the FORCE11 Scholarly Communication Institute (FSCI) Steering Committee, I am very excited and proud to be a part of FSCI Online. I am also on the FORCE11 Executive Board, and the UCLA Library's principal liaison in our continuing partnership with FORCE11 in the production... Read More →
avatar for Stephanie Hagstrom

Stephanie Hagstrom

Director, FSCI, University of California, San Diego
avatar for Cameron Neylon

Cameron Neylon

Researcher/Scholar/Scientist, Curtin University
avatar for Daniel Paul O'Donnell

Daniel Paul O'Donnell

Professor, University of Lethbridge
Daniel O'Donnell is a professor at the University of Lethbridge where he teaches Digital Humanities, Old English, and Medieval Literature. He is founding chair of Global Outlook Digital Humanities, Editor-in-chief of Digital Humanities / Le Champ Numérique, and PI of the Visionary... Read More →

Speaker/Instructors
avatar for Gimena Del Rio Riande

Gimena Del Rio Riande

Researcher, Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas / DOAJ
avatar for Ye Li

Ye Li

Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Librarian, MIT
avatar for Sarah Shreeves

Sarah Shreeves

Vice Dean, University of Arizona
avatar for Christopher Erdmann

Christopher Erdmann

American Geophysical Union
TW

Tracey Weissgerber

QUEST Center (Quality, Ethics, Open science, Translation),
Meta-researcher working to improve data visualization, statistical analysis, rigor, reproducibility and transparency in scientific publications


Thursday August 13, 2020 8:00am - 10:00am PDT
The Great Hall

11:00am PDT

The Call to Action Open Mic

Throughout FSCI 2020 everyone will have multiple opportunities to share how FSCI has changed how you think about any topic in Scholarly Communication, or how our world needs to change, and what you plan to do about it!
The Call to Action is a way for participants to issue a call to action for the rest of those assembled at FSCI 2020, and/or inspire others to work with you to take action and mobilize change in the world.
This year the FSCI Call to Action Open Mic will take place on a dedicated Slack channel, and during a Call to Action Open Mic event on Thursday, August 13th. To participate, join the #2020Calltoaction Slack change and throughout the week participate by contributing your ideas, and attend the Call to Action event.
#2020Calltoaction on FSCI2020 Slack.

Moderators
avatar for Nathan Woods

Nathan Woods

Postdoctoral Researcher, UIUC


Thursday August 13, 2020 11:00am - 2:00pm PDT

2:00pm PDT

Closing Session Plenary Part 2

We will begin each closing session with closing remarks and important updates about the future of FSCI - be sure to catch both sessions if you can!  We will then turn to a panel discussion, with a different selection of FSCI Instructors for each session. Cameron Neylon has compiled a list of questions to prompt each group’s discussion: bridging the course topics & asking for lessons learned, etc.

Moderators
avatar for Marty Brennan

Marty Brennan

Scholarly Communication Education Librarian, UCLA Library
As Chair of the FORCE11 Scholarly Communication Institute (FSCI) Steering Committee, I am very excited and proud to be a part of FSCI Online. I am also on the FORCE11 Executive Board, and the UCLA Library's principal liaison in our continuing partnership with FORCE11 in the production... Read More →
avatar for Stephanie Hagstrom

Stephanie Hagstrom

Director, FSCI, University of California, San Diego
avatar for Cameron Neylon

Cameron Neylon

Researcher/Scholar/Scientist, Curtin University
avatar for Daniel Paul O'Donnell

Daniel Paul O'Donnell

Professor, University of Lethbridge
Daniel O'Donnell is a professor at the University of Lethbridge where he teaches Digital Humanities, Old English, and Medieval Literature. He is founding chair of Global Outlook Digital Humanities, Editor-in-chief of Digital Humanities / Le Champ Numérique, and PI of the Visionary... Read More →

Speaker/Instructors
avatar for Daniel S. Katz

Daniel S. Katz

Chief Scientist, NCSA, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Dan is Chief Scientist at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) and Research Associate Professor in Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and the School of Information Sciences (iSchool), at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. In past... Read More →
avatar for Nina Exner

Nina Exner

Research Data Librarian, Virginia commonwealth university
avatar for Natasha Simons

Natasha Simons

Associate Director, Data and Services, Australian Research Data Commons
Natasha Simons has her head in the clouds - literally, technically and figuratively. She loves research data and making good stuff happen. As Associate Director, Data & Services, at the Australian Research Data Commons she is responsible for programs that support the development of... Read More →
LH

Laura Hanscom

Scholarly Communications & Licensing Librarian, MIT Libraries
avatar for Danny Kingsley

Danny Kingsley

Visiting Fellow, Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science
Danny is a consultant and expert in developing strategy and policy in the higher education and research sector with extensive international experience, most recently in Europe and the UK. She has a particular focus on Open Research and research communication. Her work involves aspects... Read More →
avatar for Ibraheem Ali

Ibraheem Ali

Sciences Data Librarian, UCLA


Thursday August 13, 2020 2:00pm - 4:00pm PDT
The Great Hall

7:00pm PDT

Fireside Cats! CARE Principles of Indigenous Data Governance + Mukurtu

Fireside Cats! are informal conversations around a particular theme.
Topic:  CARE Principles of Indigenous Data Governance + Mukurtu 
Moderator: TBA

Moderators
avatar for Daniel Paul O'Donnell

Daniel Paul O'Donnell

Professor, University of Lethbridge
Daniel O'Donnell is a professor at the University of Lethbridge where he teaches Digital Humanities, Old English, and Medieval Literature. He is founding chair of Global Outlook Digital Humanities, Editor-in-chief of Digital Humanities / Le Champ Numérique, and PI of the Visionary... Read More →
avatar for Yuhan (Douglas) Rao

Yuhan (Douglas) Rao

Postdoctoral Research Scholar, CISESS/NCICS/NCSU


Thursday August 13, 2020 7:00pm - 8:00pm PDT
 
  • Timezone
  • Filter By Date FSCI 2020 Virtual Event Aug 3 -13, 2020
    • August 2020
      SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
       1
      2345678
      9101112131415
      16171819202122
      23242526272829
      3031 
  • Filter By Venue Virtual
  • Filter By Type
  • Community Event
  • General Information
  • Plenary Event
  • Tuesday Courses
  • Wednesday Courses
  • Audience


Twitter Feed