[open-science] Annotating All Knowledge Face-to-Face on Making Annotations FAIR, before Force2017 in Berlin
daniel.mietchen at googlemail.com
Fri Sep 8 12:42:11 UTC 2017
The registration link that was missing in the email is
On Fri, Sep 8, 2017 at 1:11 PM, Jenny Molloy <jenny.molloy at okfn.org> wrote:
> Hi All
> This meeting might be of interest to members of this list!
> AAK COALITION FACE-TO-FACE MEETING: Making Annotations FAIR: Supporting
> Researcher Workflow Through Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and
> Reusable Data Principles
> Organized by Hypothesis with European PubMed Central, ContentMine,
> PaperHive, and Pundit.
> Join us for the second annual Annotating all Knowledge Coalition
> face-to-face meeting on Tuesday, October 24th at the centrally located
> Golden Tulip Berlin - Hotel Hamburg, at Landgrafenstraße 4, co-located with
> FORCE2017. This is an full-day workshop, free and open to all, with a
> focus on the proliferation of standards-based annotation, practical use
> cases, attendee-driven unconferences, and a hack session. Directly following
> the workshop we’ll gather at a nearby pub (TBA) to catch up with old friends
> and colleagues and make new acquaintances. We hope to see you there.
> Registration for the workshop is free, but space is limited so sign up now
> to reserve a spot. You do not have to attend the FORCE2017 meeting to join
> the AAK workshop, although we strongly encourage it!
> Please let us know if you have any questions or difficulty registering. And
> please extend this invitation to anyone who might wish to attend. A draft
> agenda will be coming soon. We would appreciate any
> comments/recommendations for demonstrations and speakers.
> Looking forward to seeing you in Berlin!
> Your hosts, Dr. Heather Staines (heather at hypothes.is) and Dr. Maryann
> Martone (mmartone at ucsd.edu).
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