Join us for a free, half-day symposium dedicated to all things open! Open data, open access, open methods, and open science. Hear from researchers about how they integrate open into their practices.
The event will take place Tuesday April 4, 1-4pm.
|1 PM||Welcome and introduction|
|1:15 PM||Keynote: Creating an open access community: Launching the Seismica Journal. (Christie Rowe, Associated Professor, Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences; Canada Research Chair in Earthquake Geology; Executive Editor, Seismica)|
|2 PM – 3:30 PM||Lightning talks|
|The Challenge of Communicating Science (Joe Schwarz)|
|CONP Experiments: An open-source experiment-sharing platform (Katie Lavigne)|
|Promising but mixed: How researchers envisaged the future of open access publishing in Canada (Philips Ayeni)|
|Registered reports in practice (Jessica Flake)|
|JTCAM: a new Diamond Open Access Journal in Mechanics (Mathias Legrand)|
|Canada BioImaging Repository and Resource (CBI-R&R) for Microscopy Data (Lisa Lipowski, Alice Kang)|
|Living Data Project: Rescuing ecological data from extinction (Samantha Straus)|
|Building an Accessible Machine Learning Workflow for Geospatial Analysis (Nathalie Redick)|
|3:30 – 3:45 PM||Closing remarks|
Location: Rare Books and Special Collections, Colgate Room, 4th floor, McLennan Library Building, Humanities and Social Sciences Library.