[open-science] [open-bibliography] Proposal - in less than 24 hours, can we come up with an idea for a breakout session at Science Online London

Jenny Molloy jcmcoppice12 at gmail.com
Fri Jul 22 06:35:09 BST 2011

Hi All

Suggestion now added to solo2011 wiki
I've emailed one of the organisers to let them know. There are still a
couple of TBD breakout session slots so we'll see what happens!

Open Research Reports session proposed by David Shotton and Tanya Gray is
definitely happening in breakout session no. 3.


On Thu, Jul 21, 2011 at 9:23 PM, Peter Murray-Rust <pm286 at cam.ac.uk> wrote:

> On Thu, Jul 21, 2011 at 8:06 PM, Jenny Shaw <
> jenny.shaw at fideltaconsulting.co.uk> wrote:
>> As a (sometime) researcher outside of a HE institution this would be **
>> incredibly** useful... consider extending to the social sciences – this
>> could be of immense gain to research/policy people within public and
>> voluntary sectors and would help to inform more effective practice in a wide
>> range of areas.  I have some potential players I could bring in for this.
>> ****
>> Jenny
> That's great. I am continuing to copy open-science as that is where JennyM
> will pick this up.
> If you have potential volunteers that would be great - we could do this on
> a per journal (or per publisher) basis where the volunteers created the
> templates to read each journal and pick out this material. That's also a
> great way of getting experts involved.
> JennyM - is this OK to go with ? Can wecraft something from what has been
> written?
> --
> Peter Murray-Rust
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