Open October 2022

Open October is 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

John Chodacki

Make data count: Data citations

Oct. 12, 1 – 2 p.m. on Zoom
John Chodacki, Director, University of California Curation Center
John Chodacki demystifies the hurdles to adopting data citations and outlines actionable next steps.
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Brittney Sandler

ORCID and NSPM-33: What to know and how to be ready

Oct. 13, 12 – 12:30 p.m. on Zoom
Brittney Sandler, Research Support Librarian, Becker Library
In January 2021, the White House released NSPM-33, a memorandum on the use of Digital Persistent Identifiers (DPIs) and federal research. ORCID is the only persistent identifier (PID) that meets requirements stipulated in the NSPM-33 guidance. Becker Library will provide a general background on NSPM-33 and how to get up to date with your ORCID record.
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Maryam Zaringhalam

What’s your story? Using narratives to open science

Oct. 18, 10 – 11 a.m. on Zoom
Maryam Zaringhalam, PhD, NLM Data Science & Open Science Officer, National Library of Medicine
Maryam Zaringhalam works to enhance capacity in the biomedical research community for data science and open science, as well as promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion among the research workforce. This is a crossover event with the #SciComm Seminar series.
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Cathy Sarli

Open Access at the School of Medicine 

Oct. 27, 12 – 12:30 p.m. on Zoom
Cathy Sarli, Senior Librarian, Becker Library
Learn more about open access, where School of Medicine authors publish, strategies for open scholarship, and resources for authors.
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