OAI10 - CERN - UNIGE Workshop on Innovations in Scholarly Communication

from Wednesday, 21 June 2017 (08:00) to Friday, 23 June 2017 (18:00)
University of Geneva

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
21 Jun 2017
22 Jun 2017
23 Jun 2017
AM
08:15
Registration desk opens at 8:15 (until 09:00) ()
09:00
Tutorials (until 12:00) ()
09:00 T.1. Open Science Café "all you ever wanted to know about open science but were afraid to ask" - Mrs Elena Giglia   (M1140)
09:00 T.2.. Interoperability for Discovery and Navigation: ResourceSync and Signposting - Mr Herbert Van de Sompel   (MR160)
09:00 T.3. An IP-law Perspective on research data usability and interoperability - Mr Christoph Bruch   (MR150)
09:00 T.4. Playing the name game: best (and worst) practices for collecting and using ORCID iDs - Mr Josh Brown Mr Robert Peters   (MR170)
09:00 T.5. Authoring, annotations, and notifications in a decentralised Web - Mr Sarven Capadisli   (M1130)
09:00 T.6. All aboard! Open science workflows for widespread adoption. - Mrs Bianca Kramer Mr Jeroen Bosman   (M1150)
08:15
Registration desk opens at 8:15 (until 09:00) ()
09:00
Plenary 3 -Dr Paul Ayris Mr Thomas Krichel (Long Island University) (until 11:00) ()
09:00 OA transformation session : Some introductory thoughts on economics aspects of scholarly communication - Dr Thomas Krichel   ()
09:40 OA transformation session : Discussion - impact of open access on the cost of scholarly communication - Dr David E. Shulenburger   ()
10:20 OA transformation session : Discussion - impact of open access on the cost of scholarly communication - Dr Jeff MacKie-Mason   ()
11:00 --- Coffe and Posters ---
11:30
Posters and Minute Madness Sessions -Mr Jean-Blaise Claivaz (until 12:30) ()
08:15
Registration desk opens at 8:15 (until 09:00) ()
09:00
Plenary 5 -Mr Josh Brown (CERN) (until 10:30) ()
09:00 Social media session : Ethical Challenges of Social Media Data: Insights from Academia and Industry - Mr Wasim Ahmed Dr Peter Bath   ()
09:30 Social media session : The ethical and practical challenges of using social media data in research - Mrs Anne Alexander   ()
10:00 Social media session : Social media metrics as a source of understanding scientific communication : descriptive and evaluative possibilities - Dr Rodrigo Costas   ()
10:30 --- Coffee ---
11:00
Plenary 6 -Mr Eloy Rodrigues (until 12:30) ()
11:00 Future of repositories session : Short introduction - Mr Eloy Rodrigues   ()
11:10 Future of repositories session : World landscape of repositories and repository networks: achievements, challenges, opportunities. - Mrs Dominique Babini   ()
11:30 Future of repositories session : COAR NGR user stories and current developments - Dr Petr Knoth   ()
11:50 Future of repositories session : Governance and social interoperability - Mr Leslie Chan   ()
12:05 Future of repositories session : Panel session - Mr Eloy Rodrigues   ()
PM
12:00 --- Lunch ---
13:00
Opening Ceremony (until 13:15) ()
13:00 Opening ceremony - Mr Jens Vigen   ()
13:15
Opening Ceremony (until 13:30) ()
13:15 Opening ceremony - Prof. Jacques de Werra   ()
13:30
Opening Keynote -Mr Jens Vigen (until 14:00) ()
13:30 Opening Keynote - Dr Jean-Claude Burgelman   ()
14:00
Plenary 1 -Mr Herbert Van de Sompel (until 15:30) ()
14:00 Tech. session : Making a case for decentralised scholarly communication - Mr Sarven Capadisli   ()
14:30 Tech. session : Interoperability and Data FAIRness emerges from a novel combination of Web technologies - Dr Mark Wilkinson   ()
15:00 Tech. session : The Web is not a Glorified USB Stick - Mr Phil Archer   ()
15:30 --- Coffee ---
16:00
Plenary 2 -Ms Melissa Hagemann (Open Society Institute) Mr David Prosser (until 17:30) ()
16:00 Copyright and Licensing session : Copyright reform for education - Mrs Natalia Mileszyk   ()
16:30 Copyright and Licensing session : Rights as the foundation of scholarly communication - Mrs Chris Banks   ()
17:00 Copyright and licensing session : Legal aspects of Text - and Data mining - A current European outlook - Mr Jonas Holm   ()
18:00 --- Share your drink ---
12:30 --- Lunch ---
13:45
Plenary 4 -Dr Danny Kingsley (until 15:30) ()
13:45 OA outside session : Who needs access to research? an overview of available evidence - Mr ElHassan ElSabry   ()
14:30 OA outside session : Is open access helping or hindering the international development agenda? Reflections from a consortium of developing country NGOs - Dr Nilam Ashra-McGrath   ()
14:55 OA outside session : How open access opens doors - reflections on my recent 'Megaregions of the United States' paper - Dr Alasdair Rae   ()
15:20 OA outside session : Discussion - Dr Danny Kingsley   ()
15:30 --- Coffee ---
16:00
Unconference -Mr Joe McArthur Mr Josh Brown (CERN) (until 17:15) ()
18:30 --- Lake Cruise and Dinner ---
12:30
Closing keynote -Mr Herbert Van de Sompel (until 13:15) ()
12:30 Closing Keynote : Promoting a culture of preprinting in biology - Dr Jessica Polka   ()
13:15 --- Lunch and departures ---
15:00 --- CERN Tour ---
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