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Cameron Neylon joins OpenAIRE Advisory Board

OpenAIRE are delighted to announce that Cameron Neylon will join the OpenAIRE Advisory Board effectively immediately. 

320px cameron neylon at the tenth anniversary of the messina declaration on open accessCameron Neylon is Professor of Research Communication at the Centre for Culture and Technology at Curtin University and well known agitator for opening up the process of research. His current work focusses on how the cultures of research affect and effect change in research communications. He speaks regularly on issues of Open Science including Open Access publication, Open Data, and Open Source as well as the wider technical and social issues of applying the opportunities the internet brings to the practice of science. He was named as a SPARC Innovator in July 2010 for work on the Panton Principles and was a co-author of the Altmetrics manifesto and the Principles for Open Scholarly Infrastructures. He is a proud recipient of the Blue Obelisk for contributions to open data. He writes regularly at his blog, Science in the Open.

Cameron, along with other Advisory Board members, will give feedback on OpenAIRE 2020 developments and chosen strategies and solutions (organisational, technical), advise regarding sustainability planning (organisational and infrastructure/technical issues, approaches and experiences, feedback on proposed solutions), as well as advise on OpenAIRE’s future directions and plans.

 

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