The Open Scholarship Initiative
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On behalf of the OSI2016 organizing committee, thank you, and welcome! We’re honored and excited that you will be participating in the inaugural conference of the global Open Scholarship Initiative. As you know, OSI is the first effort of its kind—“long overdue” in the words of one delegate, and “a potential game changer” in the...
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OSI2016 wrapped up its registration process today. In all, 212 delegates will be participating in this inaugural event for the Open Scholarship Initiative, representing 15 different scholarly publishing stakeholder groups from (approximately) 14 countries around the world, 25 US states, 45 universities, and 35 publishers. The final delegate list may change slightly as a few...
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In early July, the OSI conference planning committee identified 225 leaders from 15 different stakeholder groups who should attend the inaugural meeting of the Open Scholarship Initiative in April of 2016. To-date, 168 delegates have committed—about 75 percent. The committee’s goal is to reach the remaining delegates by early October, at which point working groups...
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We are humbled and honored to report that almost one-third of invited delegates have already committed to attend OSI2016 next year. If you received an invitation but haven’t replied yet, there’s still time. If you haven’t received an invitation and would like to be considered, or if you would like to nominate someone else or...
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Invitations are going out starting today. Stay tuned.
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Invitations will be going out in the mail (email) within the next ten days. Stay tuned! Know somebody (or some organization) who should be on our list? Email us at osi@nationalscience.org.
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