Events

Berlin9 (B9) Open Access Conference, Nov, 9-10, 2011

Washington, DC The ninth installment in the Berlin Open Access Conference Series, which convenes leaders in the science, humanities, research, funding, and policy communities around The Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities, will take place at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute on November 9 & 10, 2011 outside Washington, DC. The conference theme will focus on the impact of open access in research and scholarship.

CALL for Ideas: Open Video Conference 2011

New York, NY Sixteen problems, sixteen sessions. That's the theme of this year's smaller, more focused Open Video Conference, which takes place Sep. 10-11 in New York City. Apply now through May 31, 2011 to lead a session.

Do you have ideas about how to make web video better? Do you want to convene the smartest people working in technology, policy, and the creative arts to solve a big problem?

The SWORD Course at Open Repositories 2011

Have you ever wondered quite what SWORD is, how it works, and what is can do for you and your repository?

If you are attending the Open Repositories 2011 conference taking place at Austin Texas next month, then register for 'The SWORD Course' - a free half day course that will give you an overview and understanding of SWORD.  It will cover the following topics:

- An Introduction to SWORD: Gives an overview of SWORD, the rationale behind its creation, and details of the funded SWORD projects

EARLY CALL: OAI7 Pre-Conference DSpace User Group Meeting

@mire and the DSpace Community Advisory Team with the support of DuraSpace, invite all DSpace enthusiasts to this DSpace user group meeting on Tuesday, June 21st from 9:00am to 5:00pm in Geneva. Taking place right before the OAI7 conference, the meeting will feature sessions on the upcoming DSpace 1.8 release, both addressed to repository managers and developers.

DL.org Workshop on Digital Libraries and Open Access

From Giuseppina Vullo, Preservation Research Fellow, DL.org

London, UK A few places are still available for the Workshop on “Digital Libraries and Open Access. Interoperability strategies”, organised by the European project  DL.org (Digital Library Interoperability, Best Practices and Modeling Foundations). The Workshop takes place at the British Academy in London (UK), February 4, 2011.

DSpace 1.7 Web Seminar Jan 27: "What's New in DSpace 1.7"

Ithaca, NY Please join Peter Dietz, DSpace 1.7 release coordinator, for a web seminar on January 27 at  at 11:00 am Eastern for “What's new in DSpace 1.7.”

In this one hour web seminar, Peter will provide an overview of 1.7, highlighting the new features and improvements included in the lastest DSpace release and how they could benefit your institution. His presentation will include highlights about:

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