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Saturday, April 29 • 14:30 - 15:30
Towards a Scholarly Commons

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The Scholarly Commons is a proposed commons iteration (going beyond open licenses) that encompasses the principles, best practices, interfaces and standards that can govern the multidirectional flow of scholarly objects through all phases of the research process from conception to dissemination, open to anyone who wants to participate. Many questions remain to be solved before this can come to full fruition: e.g. inclusivity, infrastructural conditions, governance issues. The Force11 Scholarly Commons Working Group presents advances made in this field, will launch the scholarly commons website and welcomes your participation.

- Presentation slides, including simulation game and it's results: http://tinyurl.com/cc-scholarlycommons
- Scholarly commons website (launched April 30): http://www.scholarlycommons.org


Speakers
avatar for Jeroen Bosman

Jeroen Bosman

Scholarly Communications Librarian, Utrecht University Library
Talk to me about what's on your mind ;-) You can ask me anything about Open Science, the 101 Innovations in scholarly communications survey and project, research tools, the Force11 scholarly commons working group and of course photography, cycling and the absurd.
avatar for Bastian Greshake

Bastian Greshake

co-founder, openSNP
avatar for Bianca Kramer

Bianca Kramer

Utrecht University Library
Making scholarly communication truly open and participatory is not (just) about agreeing on definitions. It's about people and practices, about providing good infrastructure to carry out and disseminate research, and supporting people in the choices they make as they shape their... Read More →


Saturday April 29, 2017 14:30 - 15:30
SoCo Ballroom (full room)

Attendees (35)