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The FORCE11 Scholarly Communications Institute at the University of California, San Diego is a week long summer training course, incorporating intensive coursework, seminar participation, group activities, lectures and hands-on training.
Friday, August 4 • 9:00am - 12:00pm
AM02 - Scholarship in the 21th Century LIMITED

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FORCE11 was founded to propel Scholarly Communications into the 21st century by taking advantage of the computational revolution and network-based technologies. At a minimum, these new technologies require that scholarly artifacts be produced in both human- and machine-readable form. At a maximum, new technologies let us rethink the form of scholarly communications and our obligations as scholars and researchers for knowledge dissemination.  
Many proposals have been put forth, and dozens of charters, declarations, and manifestos have been issued addressing one or more dimensions of reforming scholarship. A dizzying array of platforms and tools have been launched toward this goal. Newcomers to the field, or those without a technological background, may find all of these proposals and tools confusing. What does “open” mean and why is it important? What is a “research object”? What does FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Re-usable) mean and how can I achieve it? What alternatives are there to our current system of credit and attribution? 
In this course, we will answer these questions while presenting some of the visions put forward for how scholarship should function in the 21st century, and examining what tools and approaches are being used to successfully transform and, in some cases, disrupt current models of Scholarly Communications. 

Instructor | Speaker
avatar for Yolanda Gil

Yolanda Gil

Research Professor of Computer Science and Spatial Sciences, USC - ISI
I am Director of Knowledge Technologies and lead the Interactive Knowledge Capture research group at USC's Information Sciences Institute (ISI). My research focuses on intelligent interfaces for knowledge capture, which is a central topic in our projects concerning knowledge-based planning and problem solving, information analysis and assessment of trust, semantic annotation tools, agent and software choreography, and community-wide... Read More →
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Maryann Martone

Researcher/Scholar/Scientist, UCSD
As co-director of the National Center for Microscopy and Imaging Research, Dr. Martone has been leading the development of databases for light and electron microscopic data and new techniques and software tools to acquire and represent this knowledge within realistic neuronal mo... Read More →
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Allegra Swift

Scholarly Communication Librarian, UCSD
I support researchers and scholars at UC San Diego from all backgrounds, disciplines, and at all career stages to use, create, and publish scholarship and research in ways that promote its dissemination, accessibility, and impact.I offer guidance so that our academic community can... Read More →
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Stefan Tanaka

Researcher/Scholar/Scientist, UCSD


Friday August 4, 2017 9:00am - 12:00pm
Media Center/Communications

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