[open-humanities] introduction

Jonathan Gray jonathan.gray at okfn.org
Tue May 24 15:49:51 UTC 2011

Welcome Ulrich! :-)

I wonder if anyone in this group is planning to come to OKCon in
Berlin on 30th June - 1st July?


If so perhaps we could organise an open-humanities session there? :-D


On Sun, May 15, 2011 at 1:14 AM, Ulrich Herb <u.herb at scinoptica.com> wrote:
> dear open-humanities group,
> for about ten years I am active in the open access area, beginning in the
> year 2001 when I started to work as an open access delegate at my
> university. One of several projects was the implementation of an open access
> repository for psychological contents. Even though I am still working as the
> open access manager at saarland university (germany), I am doing a lot of
> other things today: I am working as a science consultant
> (http://www.scinoptica.com, sorry only with an interface in German language)
> and science journalist and I am holding a lectureship for information
> science in Chur (Switzerland). As the topic of my PhD-project is "open
> access in the social sciences: creating a best practice" I am very
> interested in the work of this group and would like to support it.
> best regards
> ulrich herb
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Jonathan Gray

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