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3 replies, 3 voices Last updated by  Eric Hellman 3 weeks, 5 days ago
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  • #37998

    Agata Morka
    Participant
    @agatamorka

    In this thread we will post announcements of all sorts: like an interesting upcoming event, a webinar worth attending etc, to draw your attention to these gems.

  • #38000

    Agata Morka
    Participant
    @agatamorka

    Bring your own coffee on October 22 at 4 PM CEST/3 PM BST/ 10 AM EDT and dial in to talk to the OA books community! It will be a free flow chat, we got 40 min booked, we thought it would be a nice coffee break to have at the end of the OA Week 2020. Hope to see you there. Link to the event: https://hcommons.org/groups/open-access-books-network/events/open-cafe-a-free-flow-conversation-about-oa-book

     

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  • #43748

    Tom Mosterd
    Participant
    @tommosterd

    Hi everyone,

    I would like to invite you to participate in a short 8-10 minute survey on citizen science funding in the SSH, part of the Collaborative Engagement on Societal Issues (COESO) project.

    The survey is on citizen science funding in the SSH and the results will help the COESO project in identifying funding needs for different types of stakeholders in the SSH community for participatory research projects with and for society.

    COESO gathers 15 partners from 6 different European countries. One of its main objectives is to work with funders to innovate funding schemes for citizen science in SSH.

    Survey link

    More info can be found in this blog post. Responses can be submitted until April 15.

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  • #47327

    Eric Hellman
    Participant
    @gluejar

    We’ve opened the Free Ebook Foundation Open Access Monographs Fund! https://blog.unglue.it/2021/07/02/the-ebook-turns-50-fef-monographs-fund/

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