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Collaboration and Community in Open, Social Scholarship

Event #1380
Collaboration and Community in Open, Social Scholarship
When: 

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

10:30 - 12:00
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Where: 

CK-Centre for Kinesiology – Congress Hub – Expo Event Space

Series: 
Other
Who can attend: 
General public
Language: 
English
This open event is hosted by: 
Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences
Congress partner

Join us for short talks, demonstrations, and discussion – over coffee/tea and snacks – about academic collaboration and community in the context of open social scholarship. Growing from online practices that include open access, shared infrastructure, and citizen scholarship, open social scholarship enables the creation, dissemination, and engagement of research by specialists and non-specialists in accessible and significant ways. Presenters will explore areas of public-engaged research, publishing and dissemination, resource sharing, policy activism, and knowledge mobilization. Together, we will engage the underpinnings of open scholarship, and share examples of initiatives that serve our community, including the Canadian HSS Commons, the Open Scholarship Policy Observatory, the Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory, Coalition Publi.ca, the Lesbian and Gay Liberation in Canada project, ORCID-CA, the Public Knowledge Project, and the Canadian Social Knowledge Institute. More information available at: http://inke.ca/projects/inke-at-congress-2018/.

This event is being hosted by the Implementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE) Partnership.

Speakers: Susan Brown, Canadian Research Chair in Collaborative Digital Scholarship, University of Guelph; Constance Crompton, Assistant Professor, University of Ottawa; Tanja Niemann, Executive Director, Érudit, Université de MontréalClare Appavoo, Canadian Research Knowledge Network; Alyssa Arbuckle, University of Victoria; Ray Siemens, University of Victoria; John Simpson, Compute Canada; Kevin Stranack, Public Knowledge Project, Simon Fraser UniversityKim Martin, University of Guelph