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FORCE11 Scholarly commons webinar 20171208

FORCE11 Scholarly Commons Working Group

Bosman, Jeroen; Bruno, Ian; Chapman, Chris; Greshake Tzovaras, Bastian; Hagstrom, Stephanie; Jacobs, Nate; Kramer, Bianca; Martone, Maryann; Murphy, Fiona; O'Donnell, Daniel; Veksler, Lusia

Materials (slides, notes, audio recording, video recording) from an interactive webinar on the activities of the FORCE11 Scholarly Commons Working Group on Friday, December 8th at 9am PST. 

The working group has been considering the question:  Are we ready to define the scholarly commons?  

The working group and its steering committee has been active for 2 years and recently presented at the FORCE2017 conference in Berlin. During the webinar we would like to...

  • give an overview of results and discussion of the sessions in Berlin;
  • share where each of our 4 subgroups/themes stand and discuss with you where to go next, with concrete future actions in which you can participate;
  • collect your input and have a round of open discussions.

More information on the FORCE11 Scholarly Commons initiative: 

  • web:
  • twitter: 
  • forum:
  • email:
  • preprint :The Scholarly Commons - principles and practice to guide research communication:

In the video recording, the screen has been blacked out from 42:29 to 48:49 during a transition of speakers. The audio portion of the recording (containing some Q&A) continues throughout this time.
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