Force 2017

Force 2017
October 25-27, 2017
Berlin

The FORCE2017 Research Communication and e-Scholarship Conference was held at Berlin, Germany.

Table of Contents

  1. Keynote: Open Access, Impact Factors, and other Animals: My First Year
  2. Welcome, Introduce Fellows
  3. Research Enablement Metrics - Assessing the Impact of Being Willing to Share
  4. Complexities in Open Acess Discovery Interfaces-Supporting user expectations and stakeholder needs in the web of science
  5. Scholarship in the Global South and the Open Access: a study of India
  1. Nurturing indigenous capacities for culture-centric innovations: a cross-sectional study
  2. Bringing collaboration to reading and peer review
  3. Idea winners from last year
  4. Keynote: Access to scholarly knowledge for common causes: a Latin American context
  5. (GO)FAIR--Annotations as Research Objects: Ensuring Findable, Indexable, Accessible and Reusable
  6. Status of Open Access in Taiwan
  7. Making Open Citations work
  8. The Open Access Strategy for Berlin
  9. OpenCitations: structured open citation data as a part of the Commons
  10. FDMentor - Solutions and Guidelines for Universities
  11. Are we ready for a Scholarly Commons?
  12. How much Open Access is there in Berlin?
  13. Unlocking references from the literature: The Initiative for Open Citations
  14. Reproducible scientific workflows & Machine-actionable data management plans
  15. Improve interoperability across publisher platforms: a legal view
  16. Sharing Factual Knowledge from Research in Film and Media Studies by using the Structured Knowledge Base Wikidata
  17. Machine accessibility of open access scientific publications from publisher systems via resource sync
  18. Aggregating research papers from publishers systems to support text and data mining
  19. Putting oa in researcher workflows with oaDOI
  20. Translating Open Science ideals to actions for scientists
  21. Ubiquitous Open Access: Changing culture by integrating OA into user workflows
  22. Research innovations and open science practices in Eastern Europe
  23. Keynote: Outside the academy: DIY science communities
  24. Metadata 2020: Advancing the Maturity Model
  25. ASK us (almost) anything
  26. 0302-Q and A
  27. Closing panel

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Keynote: Open Access, Impact Factors, and other Animals: My First Year

Christopher Jackson
 
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Welcome, Introduce Fellows

Martin Fenner
 
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Research Enablement Metrics – Assessing the Impact of Being Willing to Share

David Eichmann
 
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Complexities in Open Acess Discovery Interfaces-Supporting user expectations and stakeholder needs in the web of science

Michael Habib
 
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Scholarship in the Global South and the Open Access: a study of India

Harinder Pal Singh Kalra
 
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Nurturing indigenous capacities for culture-centric innovations: a cross-sectional study

Nashon Adero
 
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Bringing collaboration to reading and peer review

André Gaul
 
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Idea winners from last year

 
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Keynote: Access to scholarly knowledge for common causes: a Latin American context

Diego Gomez
 
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(GO)FAIR–Annotations as Research Objects: Ensuring Findable, Indexable, Accessible and Reusable

Heather Staines, Francesca Di Donato, Jennifer Lin, and Maryann Martone
 
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Status of Open Access in Taiwan

Chen-Yi Tu
 
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Making Open Citations work

Stephanie Dawson
 
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The Open Access Strategy for Berlin

Christina Riesenweber
 
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OpenCitations: structured open citation data as a part of the Commons

Silvio Peroni
 
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FDMentor – Solutions and Guidelines for Universities

Kerstin Helbig
 
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Are we ready for a Scholarly Commons?

Maryann Martone, Fiona Murphy, Bianca Kramer, Jeroen Boseman, Daniel O’Donnel, Ian Bruno, Chris Chapman, Bastien Greshake, Robin Champieux, and Nate Jacobs
 
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How much Open Access is there in Berlin?

Michaela Voigt and Christian Winterhalter
 
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Unlocking references from the literature: The Initiative for Open Citations

Dario Taraborelli
 
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Reproducible scientific workflows & Machine-actionable data management plans

Tomasz Miksa
 
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Improve interoperability across publisher platforms: a legal view

Giulia Dore
 
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Sharing Factual Knowledge from Research in Film and Media Studies by using the Structured Knowledge Base Wikidata

Claudia Müller-Birn, Adelheid Heftberger, Jackob Höper, and Niels-Oliver Walkowski
 
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Machine accessibility of open access scientific publications from publisher systems via resource sync

Petr Knoth
 
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Aggregating research papers from publishers systems to support text and data mining

Nancy Pontica
 
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Putting oa in researcher workflows with oaDOI

Jason Priem
 
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Translating Open Science ideals to actions for scientists

Xiaoli Chen, Robin Dasler, Suenje Dallmeier-Tiessen, and Sebastian Feger
 
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Ubiquitous Open Access: Changing culture by integrating OA into user workflows

Jason Priem, Heather Piwowar, and Michael Habib
 
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Research innovations and open science practices in Eastern Europe

Aliaksandr Birukou, Eleonora Dagiene, and Martin Fenner
 
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Keynote: Outside the academy: DIY science communities

Lucy Patterson
 
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Metadata 2020: Advancing the Maturity Model

Ginny Hendricks, Cameron Neylon, and John Chodacki
 
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ASK us (almost) anything

Christina Riesenweber and Martin fenner
 
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0302-Q and A

Dario Taraborelli Silvio Peroni Stephanie Dawson
 
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Closing panel

 
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