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[InetBib] OAI9 Workshop in Geneva 17-19 June 2015

Liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen,

gerne möchte ich Sie auf den "OAI9 Workshop on Current Developments in 
Scholarly Communication" aufmerksam machen.


The OAI9 Workshop on Current Developments in Scholarly Communication is taking 
place in the University of Geneva and in CERN, Geneva, on  17-19 June 2015.

The meeting's web site is http://indico.cern.ch/event/332370/

There are six plenary sessions

* Technical developments
* Barriers and impact
* Quality assurance
* The institution as publisher
* Digital curation and preservation of large and complex scientific objects

The tutorials, which start the Workshop, are devoted to:

* The institution as publisher: getting started
* Author identification systems
* Open Monograph Press
* Hiberlink project
* Managing a digitization project
* Open Access Café 2015

Five breakout groups have been arranged so far for group discussions:

* OA policy
* Legal framework for innovative science - text and data mining
* Research data management
* Open annotations
* Managing APC payments

There will also be 20+ posters in the timetabled poster session. We will soon 
issue a call for posters.

The OAI Workshops provide a space for all those interested in developments in 
scholarly communication to come together to learn from each other, to exchange 
ideas, and to hear papers from leading experts in the field. They are rather 
prominent European events in the year in which they are held. Registration is 
open at:


The OAI Organisers (see http://indico.cern.ch/event/332370/page/7) look forward 
to meeting you all in Geneva in June.


Viele Grüße

Heinz Pampel 

Heinz Pampel

Helmholtz Open Science Koordinationsbüro

Helmholtz-Zentrum Potsdam
Deutsches GeoForschungsZentrum GFZ
Bibliothek des Wissenschaftsparks Albert Einstein
Telegrafenberg, 14473 Potsdam
Tel: + 49 (0) 331-288 1948
E-Mail: heinz.pampel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Web: http://oa.helmholtz.de


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