[open-science-ox] Next Ox Open Sci - Wed 27 Jun, 7-8:30pm at OeRC
jenny.molloy at okfn.org
Sun Jun 10 17:31:10 UTC 2012
The next Oxford Open Science meeting will be on Wed 27 June, 7-8:30pm at
As many of the group have a strong interest in scientific publishing, that
will be our focus for this session. I'm inviting several publishers to
attend, if you have contacts you think would be interested please let them
know and pass my details on.
This won't be exclusively an open v closed discussion, we want to hear your
views on the future of how your work gets out there, from peer review to
post peer review, datasets as publications, tools to discover articles,
whatever ideas you have to change the whole process of publication! The
format will be a round table discussion so everyone will have the
opportunity to put across at least ONE change they would really like to see
happen and of course discuss everyone else's ideas.
Please distribute the details below to your social networks and encourage
others to come along.
A draft programme for most other sessions in 2012 is now up on the wiki
This is very much subject to change (especially if you send me more great
ideas for sessions)
Publishing models of the future
Date: Wednesday 27 June
Time: 7pm-8:30pm (followed by the pub)
Venue: OeRC, Keble Road (http://www.oerc.ox.ac.uk/about/how-to-find-us)
A round table discussion on exciting developments in scientific publishing
with representatives from major publishers and most importantly YOU stating
where you want to see publication heading and how we might get there.
OOS is a group for anyone interested in open science projects with a focus
on creating useful tools, apps and guidelines alongside building an Oxford
based community with monthly meetups and periodic lectures, debates and
workshops. For more information email jenny.molloy at zoo.ox.ac.uk or check
out the group wiki http://wiki.okfn.org/Working_Groups/Science/Oxford
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