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The LIBER Open Science Roadmap provides advice on how libraries can advocate for Open Science both within their institutions and internationally in order to expand the impact of research. It also provides practical ideas for supporting Open Science through tools and services.

This fall LIBER and OCLC are jointly offering a webinar and discussion series to explore the LIBER Open Science Roadmap and to lead community discussions to collectively create a bold vision for the future role of libraries in each of the seven Roadmap focus areas.

The series consists of three different components:

  1. An introductory webinar by LIBER providing an overview of the Open Science Roadmap.
  2. Seven highly interactive small group discussions to collectively explore a bold vision and path forward for the future role of libraries in each of the Roadmap focus areas.
  3. A concluding webinar by LIBER and OCLC providing an overview of the small group discussions.
Registration is separate for each event.

Note that there is unlimited registration available for the two webinars, but that (virtual) seating is limited for the small group discussion. Discussion group participants are expected to familiarize themselves with the relevant section of the Open Science Roadmap prior to convening and also commit to attending and actively participating for the entire 90 minute discussion; those unable to do this should make their seat available to another.

Upcoming Webinars

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OCT 29

29 October 2020

This webinar is the seventh in a series of small group discussions for the OCLC-LIBER Open Science Discussion Series

  • Time: 15:30 – 17:00 Central European Time [UTC +1]

Registration is full for this event.

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