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A GenR Theme Call: Open Science and Knowledge Justice: How It Started - How It's Going?
Wikipedia has a new project: WikiExperiments. It aims to get more videos of scientific experiments in Wikipedia.
Online information sharing session: New Roles and Capabilities of Academic Libraries in the Open Access Landscape. Organized by COAR Asian and Nanyang Technological University Singapore.
Call for Contributions for the "2nd Workshop on Data and research objects management for Linked Open Science" (DaMaLOS 2021) at "The 20th International Semantic Web Conference".
NISO Members Approve Proposal for a New Recommended Practice to Update Author Name Changes. NISO is the US National Information Standards Organization; standards related to publishing, bibliographic and library applications.
Open Preservation Foundation Webinar: Two Years of Collective Work on Data Formats at [the Bibliothèque nationale de France.]
Knowledge Justice - OA Book published April by MIT Press
#ResearchAssessment. The Openness Profile describes mechanisms and approaches to improve and incentivize the recording, evaluation and recognition of contributions to Open Scholarship practice.
A toolbox of resources and nudges to advance open scientific practice. Two frameworks and seven stakeholder: researchers, students, departments and faculties, universities, academic libraries, journals, and funders.
Jon Tennant’s Memorial Day / Open Science Legend - 9/04/2021 12pm (London time)
MUSE Meets 2021 (April 27th-30th) is a free virtual gathering focused on not-for-profit scholarly publishing in the humanities and social sciences. Include a keynote address from Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Director of Digital Humanities.
Initiative for Open Citations
The Initiative for Open Citations I4OC is a collaboration between scholarly publishers, researchers, and other interested parties to promote the unrestricted availability of scholarly citation data.
(Companion initiative to io4a.org but maybe more challenging, definitely very interesting)
Outcome of the polls at yesterday's Open Access and Information Retrieval Panel: 98% of the audience thinks #ECIR2021 should move its proceedings to open access.
The fight against fake-paper factories that churn out sham science. Since last January, journals have retracted at least 370 such papers. One problem is publish or perish: hospital staff getting promoted or paid per paper.
UCL Open Science Conference 2021 – Programme now available. The online conference is free to attend.
Open Research Transparency workshop. Free workshop by the UK Reproducibility Network (UKRN): one hour to present three transparency tools and a discussion.
Project proposal published in RIO: "FAIR and open multilingual clinical trials in Wikidata and Wikipedia." The RIO journal publishes project proposals, data, methods, workflows, software, project reports and research articles.
50th LIBER Annual Conference – #LIBER2021. The free online conference of the European association of research libraries.
After a few "ironic" posts to this feed, here is a consistent one. Title: "Article processing charge may be a barrier to publishing." Homepage: "To read this article in full you will need to make a payment."
Watch out for "Curate Science". A group with a fake advisory board that uses bizarre "transparency" audits to harass scientists. Or maybe not even a group, but just one person who likes Nazi speak and symbolism. https://reddit.com/r/Open_Science/comments/md068t/watch_out_for_curate_science_a_group_with_a_fake/