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  • NISO Plus conference December 12, 2019
    *Apologies for cross-posting* Following the NFAIS/NISO merger earlier this year, we are pleased to announce that the first NISO Plus conference will be held at the Lord Baltimore Hotel, Baltimore, MD on February 23-25. Building on the success of the former NFAIS annual conference, our goal is
  • pass the hat December 11, 2019
    Dear OSIers, Following up on yesterday’s update, we’re going to continue pushing forward with Plan A (or whatever we name this plan), as well as with outreach, networking, working with the UN and our other partners in this space, and more. We have plenty to do for sure. We’re also going to keep
  • RE: FW: Meeting recap December 11, 2019
    I had intended to join this meeting but when the time came round I had deadlines to deal with. Apologies Here are some comments inline. Well not comments but encouragement. It seems to me that strategy 2 does not cut out strategy 1. The difficulty of inserting speakers into conferences is that
  • Re: FW: Meeting recap December 11, 2019
    Thank you for the summary, Glenn. And thank you all for the reflections. On Tue, Dec 10, 2019 at 6:53 PM Glenn Hampson wrote: > Hi Folks, > > > > A summary of yesterday’s summit meeting is below. Meeting attendees are > currently kicking around a few follow-up
  • FW: Meeting recap December 10, 2019
    Hi Folks, A summary of yesterday’s summit meeting is below. Meeting attendees are currently kicking around a few follow-up ideas. Additional kicking is welcome, on- or off-list. Best, Glenn Glenn Hampson Executive Director Science Communication Institute (SCI) Program Director
  • Re: Update on OSI-UNESCO partnership December 9, 2019
    Hi Glen, This is good progress. I wish to recommend FORCE11 and their annual summer course FSCI both of which are global. On Fri, Dec 6, 2019 at 10:53 AM Rick Anderson wrote: > Glenn, a few other international meetings that Ana might want to consider > as sites for side-pane
  • Re: Update on OSI-UNESCO partnership December 6, 2019
    Glenn, a few other international meetings that Ana might want to consider as sites for side-panel discussion: Academic Publishing in Europe Researcher to Reader World Conference on Research Integrity OAI Not all of these are equally global in scope, but all of them attract people who
  • Update on OSI-UNESCO partnership December 6, 2019
    Hi Folks, I had the pleasure of conferring with Ana Persic earlier this week. Ana is with UNESCO’s Natural Sciences sector (our other esteemed colleague from UNESCO, Bhanu Neupane, who helped lift OSI off the ground in 2015, is with UNESCO’s Communication and Information sector). Ana gave me
  • Call-in details for summit call December 6, 2019
    Topic: OSI 3rd Quarter 2019 Summit Meeting Time: Dec 9, 2019 08:30 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/534254870?pwd=VWZvNWRlSzJoQ3B4L3plQlhmUXR2QT09 Meeting ID: 534 254 870 Password: 036606 One tap mobile +16699006833,,534254870# US (San Jose)
  • RE: Summit call agenda December 6, 2019
    Could you send joining instructions again Glenn? From: osi20...@googlegroups.com [mailto:osi20...@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Glenn Hampson Sent: 06 December 2019 02:19 To: 'The Open Scholarship Initiative' Subject: Summit call agenda Submitted for your consideration---here are detailed
  • Summit call agenda December 6, 2019
    Submitted for your consideration---here are detailed notes for what we’ll be discussing on Monday’s call OSI’s 2020 action plan Our original plan (for studies, tech products and outreach) was premised on receiving about $150k/yr of funding over the next three years from the Murdock
  • Plan A, v. 2 December 6, 2019
    Submitted for your consideration Plan A (v.2.0) A workable, inclusive, sustainable approach to global scholarly communication reform Introduction The Open Scholarship Initiative (OSI) is the world’s only large-scale, high-level, multi-stakeholder effort focused on developing a
  • Re: The science communication dilemma December 6, 2019
    As a coda, I would like to say that I very much enjoyed this exchange. Thank you all. Some of you know that I have been involved for the past few years in forming the sub-discipline of History Communication, modeled (in part) on Science Communication. Scholarly writing in the humanities has
  • housekeeping December 5, 2019
    Hi Folks, Here are a few housekeeping items for your review: 1. You’ll be receiving three important documents from me by no later than close of business tomorrow: 1. A revised plan A. I’ve taken another crack at this based on your feedback to-date, and also based on a
  • Re: The science communication dilemma December 4, 2019
    It is a painful reminder of how long one as been a professional in a field when you see the same debates and discussions coming around for the 3rd or 4th time. I often advise young researchers to go for near transfer (can someone whose work is close to yours deeply and truly understand what