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Data Champions Forum July 2022 new Thu 21 Jul 2022   12:00 [Places]

This will be our second hybrid forum; please do join us if you can. The theme is Sustainability in Open Data. “Sustainability” here includes availability of resources, longevity and functionality, as well as environmental impact of Open Data, for example storage of large datasets. The forum will consist of programme updates, and lightning talks and discussions on this topic.

The venue for this forum is the South Room at West Hub. A vegetarian lunch will be provided. Please ensure you let us know of any dietary needs or intolerances by using the ‘Special requirements’ link in the invitation email.

Places are limited for the live event, so please book as soon as possible. Equally, please cancel as soon as possible, should you no longer be able to attend.

Note that booking via this page is for the live event only. If you would like to attend virtually, please register for the Zoom meeting using the link sent by email.

Bookings for this event need to be approved as it is designed specifically for members of the Data Champion Programme.

Cambridge is in a strong position to determine its own ambitious vision for a more open, accessible and inclusive approach to the sharing and use of research to help drive innovation and discovery and help address global challenges: for health, for climate, for equality and diversity. With changing societal attitudes and technological advances in communication tools, now is the time to consider which strategies we want to adopt to maximise the reach and impact of Cambridge research including through new and open forms of scholarly communication.

Libraries play a crucial role in the scholarly communication landscape, with librarians being well-placed to understand both the needs of the researchers we support and the challenges in providing access to materials. We hope you will want to take part and help shape the options for Cambridge.

These workshops are designed to create a space to think ahead, taking a long view, and explore what the future of scholarly communications will look like locally and globally. They follow on from similar workshops involving leaders in research, publishing and libraries at Cambridge earlier this year. We will have an opportunity to review and comment on some of the outputs of the previous workshops.

Journal article versions new Self-taught Bookable

Where and how can you share your articles? Each article goes through different versions, from submitted manuscript, through accepted manuscript, proof, and finally version of record. Often the text is very similar, but subtle differences mean that one version can be legally shared and another cannot. In this course, you will learn how to identify article versions and apply the correct terminology.