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Sunday, April 17 • 9:00am - 12:30pm
By researchers, for researchers: promote discussions on scholarly communication at academic conferences LIMITED

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To get more researchers involved in discussions around scholarly communication, Open Access, Open Science and publication culture, this workshop aims to come up with an actionable plan to get these discussion on the agenda at field-specific academic conferences. Three key areas of intersection with researchers' interests are: a) dissemination and outreach, b) funding and mandates and c) reproducibility.

We will identify what’s currently already happening in these areas at bigger and smaller conferences (like SfN), talk about best practices to facilitate these discussions (e.g. to get tracks/sessions scheduled), and, inspired in part by the Software/Data Carpentry curriculum and the Mozilla Science Lab training program, explore some sort of blueprint for proposals, with a roster of people in various disciplines who would be willing to participate.

We are especially inviting researchers (in all disciplines) to participate in this workshop. Tell us what you would like to see happen at conferences in your field, and let’s work together to make that a reality!

Prior to the workshop, we are crowdsourcing peoples experiences at the various conferences they attend, through this Google Sheet:

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Jeroen Bosman

Scholcomm Librarian, Utrecht University Library
Talk to me about what interests you and what I have newer heard about before ;-) You can ask me anything about the 101 innovations in scholarly communications survey, research tools, the Force11 scholarly commons working group and of course photography, cycling and the absurd.
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Bianca Kramer

Utrecht University Library
Scholarly communication is changing: it's becoming more open, efficient, and reproducible. At Force2016, we'll present the results of our global survey on Innovations in Scholarly Communication. Over 20,000 people told us about their workflow and what to them are the most important developments in scholarly communcation. Let's have these conversations across academia!

Joe McArthur

Right2Research Coalition, OpenCon
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Erin McKiernan

Professor, National Autonomous University of Mexico
Erin McKiernan, professor in the Department of Physics at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, is a researcher in experimental and computational biophysics and neurophysiology, and an advocate for open access, open data, and open science. She is also the founder of Why Open Research? (whyopenresearch.org), an educational site for researchers. She blogs at emckiernan.wordpress.com. You can follow her on twitter at @emckiernan13.

Sunday April 17, 2016 9:00am - 12:30pm
2S060 (Pharmacy Lecture Hall) - 75 seats OHSU Collaborative Life Sciences Building

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