OAI is a community-driven series of Workshops which aim to engage with all stakeholders in the scholarly communications landscape. We are diverse and inclusive and expect the Workshops to be governed by a Code of Conduct for all those participating. This Code respects the freedom of all attenders to express their views in the context of the rights of all attenders to hold and express different views. The Code of Conduct which acts as a framework for the Workshop is the OpenCon CoC.
This Code of Conduct outlines our expectations for participants within the OAI community, both online and at in-person events, as well as steps to reporting unacceptable behaviour. We are committed to working to provide a welcoming, safe, and inspiring community for all. Anyone who violates this Code of Conduct may be asked to leave the community.
If you experience or witness behavior that violates the code of conduct at OAI11 meeting, please submit a report to either Paul Ayris (email: email@example.com) or Sue Gardner (e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org). You can also send your report anonymously via this Web form.
On the name badges provided for the Workshop, titles and gender designations have not been included. If attenders wish to add titles or a pronoun, by which they would prefer to be referred, blank badges are available at the registration desk. Please feel free to take one.
OAI11 encourages exchange of ideas and community building. We look forward to a great OAI11 meeting in Geneva on 19-21 June 2019. The twitter hashtag is #oai11. Please do feel free to include this tag in your tweets.