[open-science] Open Data Day is coming up, join the fun!
joe at righttoresearch.org
Thu Feb 23 14:26:49 UTC 2017
International Open Data Day <http://opendataday.org/> is coming up in just
over a week. It's a chance to engage researchers, students and librarians
on your campus around creating, using, and re-using Open Data (or, just get
busy yourself!). This year’s Open Data Day will take place on Saturday, 4th
March (but you can do programming whenever is right for you).
One idea, join others for a weekend of learning, making, and doing
<https://github.com/sparcopen/Open-Research-doathon> to advance Open
Research Data <http://sparcopen.org/open-data/> on March 4 and 5th. The
event is hosted by SPARC <http://sparcopen.org/> and the NIH
<https://www.nih.gov/>. If you’re in London, join us in person. But, you
can also join us from wherever you are! We’ll be documenting and discussing
ideas before, during, and after the event for remote participants
If you're up to something else Open Science related this Open Data Day, let
the community know! It's as easy as replying to this message.
Happy Open Data Day! Thanks,
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