Open Science Workshop: Open Publishing & Data Sharing

When:
January 21, 2020 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
2020-01-21T09:00:00-05:00
2020-01-21T15:00:00-05:00
Where:
Charbonnel Lounge at St. Michael’s College
81 St. Mary St.
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Robert Lam
416-978-4033

The CREATE for BioZone invites you to an Open Science Workshop focusing on Open Publishing and Data Sharing which will be held on Tuesday, January 21st at Wallberg Building (WB407). Please mark your calendar and register to reserve a spot. All BioZone students, PDFs and members are encouraged to attend.

Register here:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/open-science-workshop-open-publishing-and-data-sharing-tickets-88703722221

Workshop Outline

One of the goals of the BioZone CREATE is to accelerate the rate of innovation through the promotion of Open Science principles. Broadening access to scientific publications and data is at the heart of open science. This ensures that research outputs are in the hands of as many as possible, and potential benefits are widely distributed. The benefits of Open Science include accelerated scientific enquiry and discovery, more accurate verification of scientific results, and reduced duplication of scientific research.

At this workshop, you will learn about open publishing, pre-print servers & data sharing, FAIR principles, Creative Commons, open science policies in government and open laboratory notebooks. Help spread the word and show your support for our student organizers with your attendance!

•    Invited Speakers
– Prof. Elizabeth Edwards, University of Toronto
– Dr. Masha Cemma, Policy Advisor at the Office of Canada’s Chief Science Advisor
– Prof. Alan Aspuru-Guzik, University of Toronto
– Demitra Ellina, Editorial Community Manager, F1000
– Prof. Hannes Rost, University of Toronto
– Gryph Theriault-Loubier, Creative Commons – Canada Chapter Lead
– Mandeep Mann, Expert on Open Laboratory Notebooks
•    Panel Discussion and Q&A

Special thanks to Anupama Sharan, Premy Shan, Chester Pham and Kimberly Tok for organizing this event; and Profs. Aled Edwards and Elizabeth Edwards for their leadership and support!