[Asis-l] NFAIS Two-Part Workshop: Open Data Fostering Open Science, June 16 & June 20
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NFAIS Two-Part Workshop - Open Data Fostering Open Science: Meeting Researchers' Needs
Date: Thursday, June 16, and Monday, June 20, 2016
Time: June 16 (9:00 am - 10:45 am EDT) and June 20 (11:00 am - 12:45 pm EDT)
Open data initiatives continue to create new scholarly research opportunities through the development of transparent policies, practices and partnerships. This dynamic is evolving via collaboration between research institutes, governments, publishers and the public at large, all of which are promoting a transformative environment that cuts across industries and fields of study for exploration and discovery.
Much of this the momentum behind the open data movement comes from the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy's 2013 memorandum, "Expanding Public Access to the Results of Federally Funded Research." In addition, the UK already has implemented firm data archiving policies and mandates.
To this end, clear benefits of open data sharing are emerging - increased visibility of scholarly work, safe storage for data through archiving, the optimization of publicly funded research, and the benefit to the public's well-being through more rapid advancement of scientific research and discovery.
Yet challenges and risks need to be addressed to ensure open data's future, including privacy concerns, complying with complex funder mandates, managing reuse policies and ensuring responsible researcher interpretation of shared data.
To explore these issues in-depth, NFAIS is hosting a two-part virtual workshop, to be held on Thursday, June 16 and Monday, June 20, that will address current open data mandates and models by a diverse range of expert presenters from leading universities, open source application developers, publishers and researchers.
Who should attend this two-part NFAIS Workshop: scholarly researchers, publishers, librarians, government agency officials, non-profit scholarly society and foundation staff, and information services consultants.
Special Note: This is an NFAIS Virtual Workshop taking place in two parts - just register once to attend both events!
Presenters (listed per presenter order):
Torsten Reimer, PhD, Scholarly Communications Officer, Imperial College London
Iain Hrynaszkiewicz, Publisher, Scientific Data and Head of Data and HSS Publishing, Open Research, Springer Nature
Mercè Crosas, PhD, Chief Data Science and Technology Officer, Institute for Quantitative Social Science, Harvard University
Eric Peterson, MD, MPH, Executive Director, Duke Clinical Research Institute
Clifford Anderson, Director, Scholarly Communications, Vanderbilt University
To register for this event, go to: http://www.nfais.org/index.php?option=com_mc&view=mc&mcid=72&eventId=506227&orgId=nfais&recurringId=0
For individual registrations, the costs for this NFAIS Webinar are: $295 for NFAIS members; $315 for allied societies*; and $345 for non-members. Group rates are also available.
*Allied Societies: LYRASIS, CENDI, ICSTI, Society for Scholarly Publishing, the Professional & Scholarly Publishing Division of AAP, Association of American University Presses, NISO and ASIS&T
For Federal employees, contact Elinda Deans (ehar at loc.gov<mailto:ehar at loc.gov>) regarding use of your FEDLINK training account for this NFAIS Webinar.
Contact: For more information on this event or any of those shown below, please contact Nancy Blair-DeLeon, NFAIS Director of Professional Development, at 443-221-2980 ext. 102 or nblairdeleon at nfais.org<mailto:nblairdeleon at nfais.org>.
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