“Overview: The webinar features Dr. Joshua Rosenberg from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and Dr. Cynthia D’Angelo from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign discussing best practices examples for using R. They will present: a) general strategies for using R to analyze educational data and b) accessing and using data on the Open Science Framework (OSF) with R via the osfr package. This session is for those both new to R and those with R experience looking to learn more about strategies and workflows that can help to make it possible to analyze data in a more transparent, reliable, and trustworthy way.”
“The BE OPEN project final event was held online on June 9th, 2021, shedding light on the topic of “Making Open Science the new normal for transport research”.
Programme and presentations of the event are available on the project page: https://beopen-project.eu/events/making-open-science-the-new-normal-for-transport-research …”
“Direct to Open (D2O) is a sustainable framework for open access monographs and edited collections from the MIT Press. D2O moves professional and scholarly books from a solely market-based, purchase model to a collaborative, library-supported open access model. Instead of purchasing a title once for a single collection, libraries now have the opportunity to fund them one time for the world through participant fees. See how it works….”
“In this session, Bernadine Brocker Wieder holds a roundtable discussion on how to keep digital public access to works removed from museum collections. Bernadine proposes two methods for discussion on how digital technology can ensure that works are publicly available even after the gavel comes down at an auction. …”
“In 2020, DADOS began accepting the submission of manuscripts from preprint servers. However, there are still many concerns from the academic community, especially in the Social Sciences, about what preprints are and what changes they bring to the traditional framework of scientific assessment and publication. Our goal here is to answer these questions briefly, in addition to explaining in a simple way how to submit a preprint to DADOS. To this end, we have prepared a schematic of how manuscripts are evaluated in the traditional double-blind review system and how it has been modified in the preprint model. Next, we have a video and a podcast episode (both available in Portuguese only) about how DADOS will incorporate preprints, followed by a text summarizing this material….”
In this webinar, Bob Schatz, Elaine Lambert and Alexandra Brown from Knowledge Unlatched have offered a brief overview of the Open Access collections and pledging options available for libraries in North America to support up to the end of 2021.
“In the European context the Open Science is one of the key priorities in the new R&I framework programme, Horizon Europe, but it is getting a growing attention also at the global level. Therefore, we see a great opportunity in bringing together the top-notch European Open Science representatives and the highest level of key Czech R&D&I decision-makers. The aim of this event is to present the current development in this area and EU Policy on Open Science. We believe that thanks to induced discussion we can jointly progress towards the implementation of European Open Science standards in the Czech Republic.
Key questions which should be addressed
– What is Open Science, why is it important and who benefits from it?
– How does Horizon Europe support Open Science?
– What is Plan S, who is behind and how does Plan S stand today?
– What is Open Research Europe, who can publish there and how?
– What is the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC), what are the FAIR principes?…”
“Moderation: Klaus Tochtermann,
Panelists: Dr Paola Masuzzo, Dr Tobias Opialla, Ana Persic, Dr Jessica Polka Open Science Conference 2021: 17-19 February 2021 The Open Science Conference 2021 is the 8th international conference of the Leibniz Research Alliance Open Science. The annual conference is dedicated to the Open Science movement and provides a unique forum for researchers, librarians, practitioners, infrastructure providers, policy makers, and other important stakeholders to discuss the latest and future developments in Open Science. https://www.open-science-conference.eu/ #osc2021 …”
From Google’s English: “This learning unit dares to try to approach different questions concerning the principles and barriers of knowledge equity in (open) science and in the broadest sense free knowledge. Depending on the frame of reference, they can be applied and discussed from a variety of perspectives – e.g. gender, level of education, origin, global north / global south. The aim is to initiate an examination of one’s own knowledge culture in order to create awareness of what can be understood by knowledge and equity and to reflect one’s own role in enabling and restricting knowledge equity….”
“On May 12, 2021, Provost and Executive Vice President Michael T. Brown, University Librarian and Chief Digital Scholarship Officer Jeffrey MacKie-Mason, Associate Vice Provost and Executive Director Günter Waibel, and Associate Executive Director & Director of Collection Development Ivy Anderson briefed the UC Board of Regents’ Academic and Student Affairs Committee on transformative open access and academic journal contracts.
The video archive of the presentation is available on YouTube and below. A copy of the presentation script is also available for download….”