August 19, 2017

Open Science: Beyond Open Access

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Presented by: Dove Press & Library Journal

Event Date & Time: Tuesday, February 21st, 2017, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM ET / 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PT

Collaboration can be a major driver for success. When data is shared among researchers, analysts and stakeholders, the opportunities for innovation and development increase exponentially, particularly in the medical and science fields. To be most effective, the Open Science framework demands more than simply sharing data–it requires dedication, transparency and responsible publishing.

View this webcast to learn from our panel of experts as they discuss the challenges and benefits of Open Science in the context of global health and medical concerns. They will explain how the disruptive concept of Open Data can reshape and improve the nature of research and results.

Panelists

  • Dr. Eric Little, VP of Data Science, OSTHUS
  • Dr. Robin Bloor, Chief Analyst, The Bloor Group
  • Andrew Johnson, Research Data Librarian/Assistant Professor, University of Colorado Boulder

Moderator

  • Rebecca Jozwiak, Editorial & Research Director, The Bloor Group

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  1. Amazing article, Collaboration is definitely a driver for success. When people come together they can do amazing things. This webcast must have been a very eye opening event for everyone, keep doing great things. :)

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