Force 2015

Force 2015
January 12-13, 2015
Oxfordshire
Force 2015 was held at University of Oxford, Oxfordshire.

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Please note that due to technical problems in the venue, two 5-minute talks (by Rebecca Lawrence and Euan Adie) could not be recorded. Apologies to both speakers.

Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society (1665)

Pip Willcox
Bodlian Libraries, University of Oxford

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Keynote: Communication with a Crowd: Lessons from Citizen Science

Chris Lintott
University of Oxford

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Updates from 1K and FORCE11 Activities

Maryann Martone

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Valuing the Diversity of Scholarly Impact in a Networked World

Session Chairs: Leslie Chan and Cameron Neylon
 

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Keynote: Managing the Long View

Amy Friedlander
National Science Foundation

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True or False? Transparency, Validation and Reproducibility of Research in Scholarly Communication

Session Chairs: Tim Clark and Melissa Haendel
 

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Libraries at Scale: Global Partnerships and Scholarly Access

Sarah Thomas
Vice President Harvard Library, Harvard University

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Why are we so attached to attachments? Let’s ditch them and improve publishing

Kaveh Bazargan
River Valley Technologies

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The Republic of Letters

Chris Chapman
Pentandra Research Solutions, Inc.

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Publishing and crediting different shaped research objects the (GIGAScience)n way

Scott Edmunds
GigaScience BGI, Hong Kong

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Multimedia Interactive Policy Research: What’s That?

Javier Guillot
Hertie School of Governance

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The simplest credit of all? Sharing and spreading the value generated by researchers

Dan Morgan
University of California Press

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Signposting the Scholarly Web

Herbert Van de Sompel
Los Alamos National Laboratory

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Credit Where Credit is Due

Session Chairs: Amy Brand, Melissa Haendel and Daniel S. Katz
 

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Panel Session: Funding Panel: Innovative Funding Models

Session Chairs: Anita DeWaard and Dan O’Donnell
 

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Outcomes from Birds of Feather and Workshops

Melisssa Haendel
 

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Geek Out – Research on the Web

Paul Groth
 

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Closing Session: Where Have we Been and Where are we Going as a Community?

Phil Bourne
National Institutes of Health

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