OAI12: The Future of Open Science

Meeting

OAI12 – The Geneva Workshop on Innovations in Scholarly Communication will be held virtually from 6-10 September 2021. Participation is free, so make sure to join!

The 2021 gathering is divided into 5 themes:

  • Scholarly Publishing
  • Digital research data in the era of EOSC and FAIR
  • Research Integrity: How are changes in research practice re-shaping our thinking about what research integrity should be?
  • Diversity, Inclusion and Collaboration
  • The Future of Open Science

The fifth session of OAI12 is “The Future of Open Science” and it will be a mix of invited speakers and the result of a call for papers. The topics of this section are broad, from a visionary look into how the world will look like if the research process is fully transparent, to more specific papers about the future of academic conferences, research data, access to scholarly publishing, research, open research and commercialization, etc.

OAI events are one of the leading scholarly communication events from Europe, aimed at a global audience, in the year in which they are held. Pre-recorded and live talks will be accompanied by live Panel sessions for discussion with the speakers. All sessions will be freely available online afterwards.

 

 

Date and Hour
06 September 2021 10 September 2021
Venue
Online

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