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MemberAnne Clinio


Documenta?! – an open research about documentation practices in open laboratories, specially citizen labs (2019)
Doc.art – el arte de documentar. (2017) (Video)
Ciência Aberta Ubatuba / Open Science Ubatuba (2015-2016) (Video)

…Beyond the Dichotomy between Natural and Knowledge Commons Reflections on the IAD Framework from the Ubatuba Open Science Project. in: Connecting the Knowledge Commons — From Projects to Sustainable Infrastructure : The 22nd International Conference on Electronic Publishing – Revised Selected Papers. Nouvelle édition [en ligne]. Marseille : OpenEdition Press, 2019 (généré le 04 juin 2019). Disponible sur Internet : <http://books.openedition.org/oep/8999&gt;. I…

Member of Education, Information and Communication Vice Presidency team of Fundação Oswaldo Cruz (Fiocruz). Member of Fiocruz Open Science Working Group, collaborating on the collective formulation and execution of Fiocruz’s institutional strategy for its open science policy, with focus on open data. Member of Interdisciplinary Laboratoty on Information and Knowledge. Participant in the Open Leaders program of the Mozilla Foundation (2019). Cover photo by Profile photo by Medialab Prado Flickr cc-by-sa

MemberDemmy Verbeke

As Head of KU Leuven Libraries Artes, I am responsible for collections and services for the Arts and Humanities. As a member of the management team with primary responsibilities for research, I also contribute to the strategic development and operational management of KU Leuven Libraries as a whole. In this context, I particularly focus on scholarly communication, open science and digital scholarship. I was trained as a (Neo-)Latinist, focusing on Renaissance humanism in the Low Countries and England, the classical tradition, and the history of the book. Ever since I became a librarian my research and teaching have centered around the role of academic libraries in scholarly communication, open science and digital scholarship within the humanities. I am a strong believer in Fair Open Access and serve on the editorial board of the Open Library of Humanities and the Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication.

MemberSimone Sacchi

…AARC: The AARC project will address the technical and functional gaps that currently prevent interoperability between online, academic databases.

EOSCpilot: The European Open Science Cloud for Research pilot project (EOSCpilot) project is supporting the first phase in the development of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) as described in the EC Communication on European Cloud Initiatives

EUDAT: EUDAT2020 has built an online platform where research data can be stor…

I have 15 years of progressively responsible management and leadership experience in academic libraries, research centers, and library associations driving programs and R&D projects focused on the technologies, policies, and best practices that support the long–term stewardship, access, and impact of digital research outputs and digital cultural heritages. I also conduct research in the areas of scholarly communication, digital scholarship, digital stewardship, data curation, metadata, information modeling, and conceptual foundations of LIS. I am currently the Interim EU Projects Manager and Open Science Officer at LIBER, the Association of European Research Libraries. I was formerly Head of Scholarly Communication Services at Columbia University Libraries

MemberJeroen Bosman

Jeroen Bosman is scholarly communications and geoscience librarian at Utrecht University Library. His main interests are Open Access and Open Science, scientometrics, visualization and innovation in scholarly communication. He is an avid advocate for Open Access and for experimenting with open alternatives. He is co-author of the poster 101 Innovations in Scholarly Communication depicting innovation trends by research workflow phases and he has led the global survey in Innovations in Scholarly Communication with his colleague Bianca Kramer. He is active in Force11, the forward thinking community advocating innovation in research communication. Jeroen regularly leads workshops in online search and other aspects of scholarly communication, for students, faculty and professionals alike. When not working you can see him cycle touring (fast), photographing (slow) and drinking Islay malts (not necessarily at the same time).

MemberAbbey Elder

I am the Open Access & Scholarly Communication Librarian for Iowa State University. I teach our university’s Information Literacy course, Library 160, and provide liaison support for the Anthropology and Sociology departments at the university. However, the bulk of my duties relate to outreach and education about Open Access, Open Education, copyright, and other topics related to Scholarly Communication. My main job duties at this time are related to Open Education and Open Educational Resources (OER). I have created guides and tools for users to learn more about OER, including a recent series of Youtube videos to introduce faculty to OER and topics related to Open Education. I have also coordinated our Open Education Mini-Grants on campus, and participate on Iowa State’s Open & Affordable Education Committee. My personal and professional interests lie in Open Education, Open Science, and the Digital Humanities: I am interested in the ways that the Digital Humanities are changing the traditional flow of scholarship among scholars in Humanities disciplines, and I am also interested in Open Access monograph publishing and Open Textbook publishing. If you have a research project you are seeking collaborators for, feel free to reach out and I will let you know if I’m interested.

MemberPierre Mounier


OpenEdition
OPERAS : Open Access Publication in the European Research Area for Social Sciences and Humanities
HIRMEOS : High Integration of Research Monographs in the European Open Science
OPERAS-Design

Pierre Mounier is deputy director of OpenEdition, a comprehensive infrastructure based in France for open access publication and communication in the humanities and social sciences. OpenEdition offers several platforms for journals, scientific announcements, academic blogs, and, finally, books, in different languages and from different countries. Pierre teaches digital humanities at the EHESS in Paris. He has published several books about the social and political impact of ICT (Les Maîtres du Réseau, les enjeux politiques d’Internet 2001), digital publishing (L’Edition électronique, with Marin Dacos, 2010) and digital humanities (Read/Write Book 2, Une introduction aux humanités numériques, 2012). As deputy director of OpenEdition, Pierre Mounier’s work mainly revolves around the development of an internationalisation strategy for the infrastructure, in particular by establishing partnerships with platforms and institutions in Europe and elsewhere . To further this objective, he regularly participates in international conferences and seminars to present OpenEdition’s programmes and discuss subjects relating to digital humanities and open access. Pierre Mounier co-pilots the “Open Access” group within the French infrastructure BSN and is the coordinator of OPËRAS, a project for the development of a distributed open access publication infrastructure at European level.