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Open data discussion time

BioMed Central has drafted a position statement on data sharing, open data and licensing, and they have invited the wider scientific community to join the discussion to craft an explicit open data licensing policy. BMC acknowledges  the Panton Principles for open data in science, adding the caveat that the scientific community ensure researchers still receive appropriate credit [...]

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Fri, September 10 2010 » Uncategorized » No Comments

Science Commons Symposium Presentations Available

I blogged about the upcoming February 20th Science Commons Symposium back in early February. Time flies like an arrow, and organizer Hope Leman has made an effort to get the recordings of sessions online. Here are the links Hope provided: Session 1 http://content.digitalwell.washington.edu/msr/external_release_talks_12_05_2005/18174/player.htm Session 2 http://content.digitalwell.washington.edu/msr/external_release_talks_12_05_2005/18175/player.htm Session 3 http://content.digitalwell.washington.edu/msr/external_release_talks_12_05_2005/18176/player.htm Session 4 http://content.digitalwell.washington.edu/msr/external_release_talks_12_05_2005/18177/player.htm The videos will [...]

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Thu, March 25 2010 » Uncategorized » 1 Comment

Science Commons Symposium – Pacific Northwest on February 20, 2010

On February 20th an international all-star list of knowledge sharing experts will be gathering at the Redmond WA Microsoft Campus,  united in their enthusiasm and outspoken support for online science and open access. I hope medical, science and academic librarians who are interested in scholarly communication and developing alliances with activist scientists and technologists can attend [...]

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Fri, February 5 2010 » Uncategorized » No Comments