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Open Science: The Future of Scholarly Communication

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The University of Malta Library, in collaboration with OpenAIRE, are organising an online seminar entitled: Open Science: The Future of Scholarly Communication, on Wednesday, 24th February 2021 via zoom.

The aim of this seminar is to highlight the importance and benefits of Open Science as a mode of scholarly communication, provide an overview of various tools and services that have been developed to facilitate the transition towards a more open and sustainable information landscape, as well as, provide a forum for discussion between key stakeholders for the adoption of Open Science practices in Malta.

The programme consists of a number of varied presentations bringing together speakers with different experiences. The topics covered during the seminar include:

• Open Science Policies in a Local Context
• Research Data Management & FAIR Data Principles
• Infrastructures: Services and Tools
• Practical Views on Open Science: Challenges and Opportunities

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Guest - Smith

on Monday, 01 March 2021 11:08

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Guest - Florian

on Wednesday, 17 March 2021 16:43

Thanks Josiane for presentation and recording! I believe in open science for a better scientific society.
BR from DigitalHamburg
Florian

Thanks Josiane for presentation and recording! I believe in open science for a better scientific society. BR from [url=https://www.umbrellatoday.de]DigitalHamburg[/url] Florian
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