A month-long series highlighting trends in open science, open data and open access
Full Schedule of 2019 Open October Events
|10-10:30 a.m.||ORCID ID Overview||Learn about ORCID – a unique identifier for your works – and what having one can do for you.||Olin Library Room 142 (Danforth Campus)||Registration not required|
|9 a.m.-12 p.m.||Flash Session Blast||15-minute topic overviews on Scopus, PubMed/PMC, ORCID ID and more. View the topic schedule.||Becker Room 300||Registration not required|
|5-7 p.m.||Equity Edit-A-Thon||Eat pizza while editing Wikipedia to improve its coverage of women and the LGTBQ+ community. No experience necessary.||FLTC Room 204||Register
Registration is encouraged but not required.
|12-1 p.m.||Data Management Planning and Practice||DMPs make files and datasets easier to find, interpret, reuse, and protect. Learn the basics of DMPs and resources at WashU to help create one.||FLTC Room 205||Register|
|12-1 p.m.||NIH Public Access Policy||Learn about the NIH and other public access policies, and steps for compliance.||FLTC Room 204||Register|
|11 a.m.-12 p.m.||Critical Appraisal – The Basics||Learn the basics of study design and methods as a basis for how to read research articles with a critical eye, and decipher strength of evidence and clinical applicability.||Becker Room 400||Registration not required|
|12-1 p.m.||Data Sharing and FAIRness||An overview of data sharing requirements, preparing data to be shared, finding a repository and the FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reproducible) principles for data sharing.||FLTC Room 205||Register|
|12-1:30 p.m.||Open Access at WashU: Why Here, Why Now?||Forum and roundtable discussion presenting diverse disciplinary perspectives. Share your experience making research and scholarly works more accessible.||Olin Library Room 142
|Registration not required|
|12-1 p.m.||After the Big Bang: The Expanding Universe of “Open” in Scholarly Communication||Presented by Kathryn Funk, program manager for PubMed Central at the U.S. National Library of Medicine||Holden Auditorium||Register|
|10-10:30 a.m.||ORCID ID Overview||Learn about ORCID – a unique identifier for your works – and what having one can do for you.||Becker Room 405||Registration not required|
Presented by Bernard Becker Medical Library in collaboration with Washington University Libraries
*The Open Science Framework Workshops are sponsored by Becker Library, Center for Cellular Imaging, Institute for Informatics, Olin Library, and Research Infrastructure Services
Learn more about open access:
What is “open access”?
What is the Washington University Open Access Resolution?