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Open Infrastructure

The Joint Roadmap for Open Science Tools (JROST) Conference 2020 

The theme for this year is “Collaboration in Action”.

Time & Location

December 14-16, 2020 | Online

Program

Monday, December 14, 2020

10:00 am - 10:30 am ET

  • Welcome

Kaitlin Thaney, Executive Director, Invest in Open Infrastructure

10:30 am - 11:30 am ET

  • Opening keynote - Cancelling Big Deals and Reinvesting in Open
  1. Elaine Westbrooks, Vice Provost of Libraries, UNC Chapel Hill
  2. Evviva Weinraub, Vice Provost for University Libraries, University at Buffalo
  3. Kaitlin Thaney, Executive Director, Invest in Open Infrastructure (moderator)

11:30 am - 12:00 pm ET

  • Lightning talks
  1. Ersilia, tackling neglected diseases with open source AI, Gemma Turon, Ersilia
  2. Rebus Ink: Completing the Research Publication Cycle, Zoe Wake Hyde, Rebus
  3. GIN-tonic:  a github for science, finally!, Julien Colomb, HU-Berlin

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm ET

  • Lightning talks
  1. Reproducibility for Everyone, April Clyburne-Sherin, Reproducibility4Everyone
  2. Unfold Research: incentives and curation, Dragan Okanovic, Unfold Research
  3. Empowering collaborative action on the local level and beyond: the InvenioRDM community, Kristi Holmes, Northwestern and Jose Benito Gonzalez Lopez, CERN
  4. Quartz OA: a new model for fair, equitable and sustainable Open Access publishing, Antonio Tenorio-Fornés, Decentralized Academy SL
  5. Open "Science education" begins at home, Kshitiz Kenal, Open Knowledge Nepa
  6. 2i2c - a new non-profit to promote open tools in interactive computing for research and education, Chris Holdgraf, 2i2c, UC Berkeley

7:00 pm - 7:30 pm ET

  • Welcome

Kaitlin Thaney, Executive Director, Invest in Open Infrastructure

7:30 pm - 8:30 pm ET

  • Opening keynote - Revealing the secrets of COVID-19: Analyzing the nation’s clinical data together
  1. Melissa Haendel, Director, NIH Center for Data to Health
  2. Kaitlin Thaney, Executive Director, Invest in Open Infrastructure (moderator)

8:30 pm - 9:00 pm ET

  • Lightning talks
  1. Advancing Computational Reproducibility in the Social Sciences: Creating and using digital reproduction records as a pedagogical tools - Katie Hoeberling, Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in Social Sciences
  2. Measuring compliance with open/transparent policies - Anita Bandrowski, SciCrunch
  3. Building Together to More Effectively Meet Our Goals in Data Publishing - Daniella Lowenberg, California Digital Library / Dryad

9:00 pm - 10:00 pm ET

  • Lightning talks
  1. How to utilise collective impact to achieve open research goals - Michelle Barker, Research Software Alliance
  2. Improving research rigor and discoverability through OSF Registries - Nici Pfeiffer, Center for Open Science
  3. Enabling collaboration using Rescognito Checklists. Leveraging DOI, ORCID and ROR to collect structured assertions and award recognition - Richard Wynne, Rescognito
  4. Is the Reader the Product? Open Access, Usage Analytics and Privacy - Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

 

Tuesday, December 15, 2020
10:00 am - 10:10 am ET

  • Welcome back

Kristen Ratan, Stratos

10:10 am - 11:00 am ET

  • Breakout sessions

Participants will have the option of selecting one break out to attend

  1. Funders Funding Infrastructure, Robert Kiley, Wellcome Trust; Ross Mounce, Arcadia Fund; Dr. Chonnettia Jones, Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research; Ashley Farley, Gates Foundation; Ekemini Riley, Aligning Science Across Parkinson's (ASAP); Greg Tananbaum, Open Research Funders Group; Kristen Ratan, Stratos (moderator)
  2. On the cusp: Managing the transition from research project to open infrastructure, with COKI as a case study, Cameron Nelyon, Curtin Open Knowledge Initiative, interviewed by Katherine Skinner, Educopia Institute
  3. Partnering with Publishers, Iain Hrynaszkiewicz, PLOS (moderator); Ian Mulvany, BMJ; Andrew Smeall, Hindawi; Danielle Lowenberg, California Digital Library/Dryad; Emma Ganley, Protocols.io; Jessica Polka, ASAPBio

11:00 am - 12:00 pm ET

  • Breakout sessions

Participants will have the option of selecting one break out to attend

  1. Standards, standards, standards, Josh Hadro, IIIF & Rosalyn Metz, OCFL/Emory University
  2. Short-timers wanted: Hiring and working with subcontractors, Jason Priem & Heather Piwowar, Our Research
  3. Bropenscience & diversity is the name of the game, Kirstie Whittaker, Turing Institute

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm ET

  • Lightning talks
  1. CoVis: An open collaboration to make seminal coronavirus research more visible, Peter Kraker, Open Knowledge Maps
  2. The Wikimedia ecosystem as a key component of an open science landscape, Daniel Mietchen, School of Data Science, University of Virginia
  3. Rejected article tracking at SAGE, Adam Day, SAGE Publishing
  4. SWORD Version 3 Update, Neil Jefferies, Bodleian Libraries
  5. A Map for Science: the OpenAIRE Research Graph, Paolo Manghi, OpenAIRE
  6. Open Source Digital Ecosystems for  Accelerating Global Research, Innovation and Collaboration, Ray Uzwyshyn, Texas State University Libraries

7:00 pm - 7:10 pm ET

  • Welcome back

Kaitlin Thaney, Executive Director, Invest in Open Infrastructure

7:10 pm - 8:00 pm ET

  • Plenary Panel - The Future of Digital Public Infrastructure
  1. Michael Brennan, Ford Foundation
  2. Dario Taraborelli, Chan Zuckerberg Initiatve
  3. Laura Maher, Siegel Endowment
  4. Patricia Hswe, Mellon Foundation
  5. Kaitlin Thaney, Executive Director, Invest in Open Infrastructure (moderator)

8:00 pm - 9:00 pm ET

  • Breakout sessions

Participants will have the option of selecting one break out to attend

  1. Trust the hustle: Honoring Open while making earned-revenue sustainability work, Jason Priem & Heather Piwowar, Our Research
  2. Setting up your non profit, Danielle Robinson, Code for Science & Society
  3. Frictionless Collaborations: Piloting Open Data Management, Lilly Winfree, Frictionless Data

9:00 pm - 10:00 pm ET

  • Lightning talks
  1. Invest in open infrastructure: Indonesia’s case, Dasapta Erwin, ITB / RINarxiv
  2. Fostering collaboration: breaking down workflow barriers, Alexander Ketchakmadze, Stencila
  3. Open@RIT's LibreCorps: A model for closing the gap in capacities and sustainability in Academic Open Work, Stephen Jacobs, open@RIT
  4. Using AI to promote data policy compliance, Tim Vines, DataSeer
  5. Interoperability Intersection, Eric Olson, Center for Open Science

 

Wednesday, December 16, 2020
9:00 am - 9:50 am ET

  • IOI coffee chat 

Kaitlin Thaney, Executive Director, Invest in Open Infrastructure (IOI)
10:00 am - 10:10 am ET

  • Welcome back

Bianca Kramer, Utrecht University
10:10 am - 11:00 am ET

  • Breakout sessions

Participants will have the option of selecting one break out to attend

  1. Sustaining Open Through Collaborative Funding Action, Kevin Stranack, Public Knowledge Project
  2. The varying openness of digital open science tools, Jo Havemann and Louise Bezuidenhout, Access 2 Perspectives
  3. Exploring how use cases for OA monograph usage data can inform a multi-platform data trust, Christina Drummond, Educopia Institute
  4. Supporting collaborative projects - how community managers design programming for different levels of participation, Lou Woodley, Center for Scientific Collaboration and Community Engagement

11:00 am - 11:50 am ET

  • Breakout sessions

Participants will have the option of selecting one break out to attend

  1. Making domain-relevant metadata at scale, Erik Schultes, GO FAIR Foundation
  2. Bringing equity to the preprint ecosystem: how and with what tools?, Iratxe Puebla, ASAPbio
  3. How Open is Open?, Vanessa Proudman, SPARC Europe; Cameron Neylon, COKI; Bianca Kramer, Utrecht University, Matt Buys, DataCite, Lars Bjørnshauge, DOAJ; Arianna Becceril, Redalyc; Geoffrey Bilder, CrossRef

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm ET

  • Awards ceremony and closing celebration
  1. Bianca Kramer, Utrecht University
  2. Iain Hrynaszkiewicz, PLOS

6:00 am - 6:50 pm ET

  • IOI coffee chat 

Kaitlin Thaney, Executive Director, Invest in Open Infrastructure (IOI)
7:00 pm - 8 pm ET

  • Welcome back

Danielle Robinson, Code for Science & Society  
7:10 pm - 8 pm ET

  • Breakout sessions

Participants will have the option of selecting one break out to attend

  1. Community-supported staff - successes, challenges, and lessons learned, Heather Greer Klein, Samvera
  2. Challenging the WHO, WHEN, and HOW of scholarly peer review, a conversation about structural inequities, Daniela Saderi, PREreview
  3. Supporting open research communities during COVID, Emily Leschak, Code for Science & Society

8:00 pm - 8:50 pm ET

  • Breakout sessions

Participants will have the option of selecting one break out to attend

  1. Sustainability for shared data, Russell Poldrack, Stanford Dept of Psychology
  2. Open Curriculum and Tools for teaching Data Science, Eric Van Dusen, UC Berkeley

9:00 pm - 10:00 pm ET

  • Awards ceremony and closing celebration
  1. Danielle Robinson, Code for Science & Society
  2. Greg Tananbaum, Open Research Funders Group
  3. Juan Pablo Alperin, Public Knowledge Project

 

2020 JROST Conference Committee

  • Danielle Robinson, Code for Science & Society
  • Bianca Kramer, Utrecht University
  • Dan Whaley, Hypothesis
  • Heather Staines, Independent Consultant
  • Kristen Ratan, Stratos
  • Iain Hyrnaszkiewicz, PLOS
  • Juan Pablo Alperin, Public Knowledge Project
  • Raym Crow, SPARC
  • Greg Tananbaum, Open Research Funders Group
  • Joe MacArthur, Open Access Button, Right to Research Coalition
  • Vanessa Rhinesmith, UCLA Center for Critical Internet Inquiry
  • Kaitlin Thaney, Invest in Open Infrastructure

Open Research

开放科学”浪潮下,图书馆员的新角色

本次网络研讨会的重点包括:

  • 浅谈全球“开放科学”的现况;
  • 浅谈何谓研究信息管理(RIM);
  • 浅谈国内讨论长期保存与研究信息管理的差异;
  • 以美国卡耐基梅隆大学发展开放科学为案;
  • 当今图书馆与馆员需要了解的角色改变与挑战。

会议时间

北京时间2020年11月25日(周三)下午 3:00 - 3:45

主讲人

蔡佳展 先生 | EBSCO 中国首席代表

Open Access

Open Access Development in China

Introduction

This session aims to introduce the current situation of Chinese author's participation in Open Access, it will focus on researcher's cognition, willingness, or concern to use Open Access journals in China, the speaker will also provide the update on R&D 2019 and will share the insights about the way that the new policy of China might impact on OA landscape. 

Date & Time
Fri, Oct 23, 2020 9:00 PM - 9:30 PM CST


“开放科学付诸实践并融入社会” —— 第九届中国开放获取推介周(China OA Week)

简介

21世纪全面进入信息时代,随着信息技术的迅猛发展,人们对获取和利用科学信息的需求与能力不断增强,仅实现科研成果的开放已难以满足科技和经济快速发展的需要,社会进步呼吁更全面、更广泛的开放科学(Open Science)。开放可以成为建立更公平的知识共享体系的有力工具,2020年国际开放获取周主题为“开放目的:采取行动建立结构性公平和包容”。从开放获取走向开放科学在全球已经达成一定共识,国际组织和各国政府、科研资助机构、科研教育机构、出版机构、科学家与科学共同体、企业、社会公众等多利益攸关方,均以不同方式、不同程度的参与和推动实现更加开放、公平、透明、可持续的科学政策和运行机制。

第九届中国开放获取推介周(China OA Week)将于2020年10月20-21日在北京举办。会议聚焦“开放科学付诸实践并融入社会”,邀请国内外科技界、教育界、出版界和图书馆界的专家和同仁,就全球、区域和本机构关注的开放科学热点问题、实践案例等内容进行剖析、分享和讨论,共同探讨开放科学的发展目的和实践建议。

时间 & 地点

2020年10月20-21日北京


The evolution of early research and collaboration in 2020: stakeholder roundtable

Introduction

This session will focus on 5 case studies to provide insight into the ways that the preprint and early research landscape have developed in 2020. Speakers will discuss their early research strategy, share perspectives from their research communities, provide an update on emerging trends from the cutting edge of the preprint space, & debate what the future might hold. In keeping with the topic, you’ll also have the chance to access the recording, and continue the discussion with speakers on Cambridge Open Engage, our early research space, after the live event.

Moderated by Louise Russell, Tutton Russell Consulting

Date & Time

Tue, Oct 20, 2020 11:00 PM - Wed, Oct 21, 2020 12:00 AM CST

Speakers 
An author’s perspective on preprints, Marijke Breuning
Marijke Breuning, PhD, is a Professor of Political Science at the University of North Texas. She has published numerous refereed journal articles and has previously served as a journal editor. Her most recent co-authored paper can be found on APSA Preprints. 

Expanding the preprint ecosystem, Alex Wade
Alex Wade is Technical Program Manager for Open Science at the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, focused on supporting platforms for rapid sharing of open research outputs, open source scientific software, and scientific knowledge discovery and access.   

Connecting scholars and open humanities scholarship, Anne Donlon
Anne Donlon, PhD is project manager for digital initiatives at the Modern Language Association, where she works on MLA Commons, Humanities Commons, and the Commons Open Repository Exchange (CORE). 

Broadening participation in preprints and open peer review, Jessica Polka
Jessica Polka, PhD serves as Executive Director of ASAPbio, a researcher-driven nonprofit organization working to promote innovation and transparency in life sciences publishing in areas such as preprinting and open peer review.

Making collaboration in early research more open and visible, Brigitte Shull
Brigitte Shull is the Director of Scholarly Communications Research & Development at Cambridge University Press.


Open Access and Open Research (Watch Recording)

Date & Time

25 June

Speaker

Joe Ng
Acquisitions Editor, Social Sciences,
Cambridge University Press

Watch Recording

https://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XNDczMjA0ODAxNg


培训课题: 开放获取期刊与开放科学如何助力科研发现 (培训视频回放)

课程介绍

如何利用高品质资源在国际英文学术期刊上发表论文是许多科研学者需要面临的问题,也是个人学术发展过程中的一个必经之路。Wiley作为全球最大的学协会出版商,与超过850余家学协会合作,出版1600余种期刊,始终致力于帮助机构与个人拓展通向成功所需的知识和技能。但是对于是否选择开放获取期刊,如何选择合适的开放获取期刊,以及和开放科学相关的开放数据、开放合作以及开放认可与奖励等等,很多科研工作者仍存有很多的问题。本期Wiley开放科学与期刊发展副总监吴燕和Wiley开放获取期刊Diversity and Distributions资深编辑战爱斌研究员将就相关话题为广大科研工作者答疑解惑。开放获取(Open Access)由于其诸多优势:更快,更广泛的传播科研成果,无限制的获取,分享科研成果,快速的论文出版过程,最近几年越来越受到科研工作者的青睐。

课程内容

1. 开放科学简介
2. Wiley开放科学举措及其如何助力科研发现
3. Wiley高质量开放获取期刊介绍
4. 如何在高质量的开放获取期刊发表论文

主讲人介绍

吴燕,Wiley开放科学与期刊发展副总监
战爱斌,中国科学院生态环境研究中心研究员

讲座时间

2020年3月25日 19:00-20:00

观看回放


Institutional Repositories

2020年第8届机构知识库学术研讨会

会议时间

北京时间2020年11月25-26日

会议网站

http://2020chinair.csp.escience.cn/


How a young university can launch and grow a digital repository (Watch Recording)

About this webinar
Learn how SMU, a young university under 50, launched a digital repository back in 2010 and opened their research and scholarship to discovery by the world.
Get tips on how:
(1) to improve the visibility and profile of your institution’s research and scholarly publications
(2) to provide access to full text articles (wherever possible)
(3) to organize the university’s records for research and publications
(4) Repositories discoverability drove some great individual successes for the faculty

Presented by
Ms Yeo Pin Pin, Head Scholarly Communication, Singapore Management University; Derrick Duncombe, Elsevier Moderator

Watch Recording