[EP-tech] programme for OAI8 in Geneva 19-21 June 2013

Thomas Krichel krichel at openlib.org
Sat Apr 6 16:10:45 BST 2013


  OAI8 Workshop in Geneva, 19-21 June 2013
  
  The OAI8 Workshop on Current Developments in Scholarly Communication
  is taking place in the University of Geneva and in CERN, Geneva, on
  19-21 June 2013. The Programme can be found at
  http://indico.cern.ch/conferenceDisplay.py?confId=3D211600.
  
  There are six plenary sessions on:
  
  
  *         Technical developments
  
  *         Metrics
  
  *         Semantic Indexing
  
  *         Research Data
  
  *         Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
  
  *         Gold Open Access Infrastructures
  
  The Tutorials, which start the Workshop, are devoted to:
  
  
  *         Research Data Services
  
  *         OJS, beyond editorial tradition
  
  *         The NISO/OAI ResourceSync Synchronization Framework
  
  *         Open Access Café 2013
  
  *         Metrics
  
  *         Metadata for the Research Lifecycle
  
  Five Breakout Groups have been arranged so far for group discussions:
  
  
  *         Altmetrics
  
  *         Open Access Policy developments
  
  *         How to make your university a monograph publisher
  
  *         Open Annotations
  
  *         Gold Open Access infrastructures
  
  There will also be 20+ posters in the timetabled poster session.
  
  OAI Workshops are prominent European OA events in the year in which
  they are held. Places are still available and registration is open at
  http://indico.cern.ch/confRegistrationFormDisplay.py/display?confId=3D211600. 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.
  
  The OAI Organising Committee (see
  http://indico.cern.ch/internalPage.py?pageId=3D7&confId=3D211600)
  looks forward to meeting you all in Geneva in June
  
  
  For the OAI8 Organising Committee with cheers,



  Thomas Krichel                    http://openlib.org/home/krichel
                                      http://authorprofile.org/pkr1
                                               skype: thomaskrichel




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