[open-science] Opening Science to Meet Future Challenges - videos and presentations
Suchith.Anand at nottingham.ac.uk
Wed Apr 9 14:43:13 UTC 2014
I am pleased to share with you the presentation slides and video materials of “Opening Science to Meet Future Challenges” which are available under Creative Commons license for the benefit of the wider community.
I thank the organisers for the excellent initiative and we look forward to build up more ideas at “Building up Open Access, Open Education and Open Data for Open Science" http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/osgis/home.aspx on 2 September 2014 in parallel to OSGIS 2014 for bringing together colleagues from Open Access , Open Data and Open Education for building synergies and collaboration opportunities. More details to be announced soon and I will be pleased to hear your ideas on keynote speakers, Program Committee members etc for the “Building up Open Access, Open Education and Open Data for Open Science" event at the University of Nottingham.
We look forward to your active participation.
From: Lidia Stępińska-Ustasiak [mailto:lstep at icm.edu.pl]
Sent: 09 April 2014 14:15
Subject: Opening Science to Meet Future Challenges - videos and presentations
Dear Sirs and Madams,
I have a pleasure to inform you that video materials registered during the conference “Opening Science to Meet Future Challenges” organized by ICM UW in Warsaw, on 11th of March 2014, have been published on our website:
We are sure that both presentations and videos will be substantial contribution into a discussion on Open Science and Open Access,
Presentations and videos are available under the CC-BY 3.0 PL license.
If you have any questions or comments, please contact me.
Centre for Open Science
Interdisciplinary Centre for Mathematical and Computational Modelling
University of Warsaw
l.stepinska-ustasiak at icm.edu.pl<mailto:l.stepinska-ustasiak at icm.edu.pl>
t: + 48 22 87 49 429
m: + 48 791 177 032
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