A series of seminars highlighting trends in open science, open data and open access
Presented by Bernard Becker Medical Library and Washington University Libraries
Schedule of Events
Expanding public access: Perspectives from NIH, NSF and NASA
Oct. 19 | 3-4 p.m.| Virtual
Acting Deputy Director, Office of Science Policy, NIHMartin Halbert, PhD
Program Director for Public Access, NSFPatricia Knezek, PhD
Program Scientist, NASAJoin us for the Open October keynote to hear from Jessica Tucker, Martin Halbert, and Patricia Knezek, representatives from NIH, NSF and NASA, to learn about forthcoming public access initiatives to make federally funded publications and research data openly available, followed by a Q&A session. Watch »
Scoping your open pedagogy project
Oct. 5 | 12-1 p.m.| Olin Library, Room 142Sally Wu, PhD
Assistant Director for Educational Technology, Center for Teaching and Learning, Washington UniversityTreasa Bane, MLIS
Copyright and Scholarly Communications Librarian, Washington University Libraries, Washington UniversityA guided workshop on how to scope, develop, and proceed with an open pedagogy project.
The tools that supercharge open-source scientific software
Oct. 11 | 10-11 a.m.| Moore AuditoriumTimothy Holy, PhD
The Alan A. and Edith L. Wolff Professor of Neuroscience, Washington University School of MedicineA workshop covering the structure of open-source projects on GitHub to help you understand how to evaluate, create and sustain open-source tools.Watch »
Open education and community impact
Oct. 16 | 1-2 p.m.| Olin Library, Room 142Michael Wysession, PhD
Executive Director, Center for Teaching and Learning, and Professor, Earth and Planetary Sciences, Washington UniversityElizabeth Petersen, MA
mySci Facilitator, Institute for School Partnership, Washington UniversityUniversity Libraries will explore impactful initiatives and valuable resources created for students and communities. Michael Wysession and Elizabeth Petersen will discuss scaling impact, funding models, sustainability, and practical advice for more accessible and equitable learning experiences.
ORCID iD: What it is and how it can help you
Oct. 23 | 10:30-11 a.m.| VirtualBrittney Sandler, MLIS
Research Support Librarian, Bernard Becker Medical Library, Washington University School of MedicineJoin our virtual workshop to learn about ORCID and its administrative benefits for researchers. Presentation »
Evaluating Open Educational Resource Quality and Accessibility
Nov. 9 | 10-11 a.m.| Olin Library, Room 142Andrew Butler, PhD
Chair and Associate Professor of Education, Associate Professor of Psychological & Brain Sciences, Washington UniversityWhere do you find open educational resources, and how do you evaluate their quality? Faculty and instructional staff are experts at evaluating the quality of content, but this workshop will explore other high-quality indicators such as accessibility for students with disabilities.
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