6 August @ 20:00 UTC
Shelley Stall, Director of Data Programs at American Geophysical Union
Topic: Brief update on Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable (FAIR) data & software and how can librarians get involved
24 September @ 20:00 UTC
Tara Vancil, In charge of words, product, website at Beaker, a browser for the peer to peer web
Topic: Peer to peer web for librarians
1 October @ 20:00 UTC
Tim Head, Python and Stats Consultant, Building Binder at Wild Tree Tech
Topic: Binder, a tool to help researchers make their code immediately reproducible
5 November @ 21:00 UTC
Konrad Foerstner, Professor for Information Literacy at the Technical University of Cologne and Head of Information services at ZB MED - Information Center for Life Sciences
Topic: Leveraging The Carpentries to grow library services
3 December 2018 @ 21:00 UTC
Ed Summers, Software Developer, Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities and DocNow
Topic: Talk and tour of the Documenting the Now project and tools to support social media & web archiving efforts
28 January 2019 @ 21:00 UTC
Susanna-Assunta Sansone, Associate Director, Associate Professor (Oxford e-Research Centre, Department of Engineering Science), Peter McQuilton, Oxford e-Research Centre, Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford
Topic: FAIRsharing is a curated, informative and educational resource on data and metadata standards, inter-related to databases and data policies.
25 February 2019 @ 21:00 UTC
Maria Gould, UC3 Product Manager (California Digital Library, University of California Curation Center)
Topic: Research Organization Registry Community (ROR) is a community-led project to develop an open, sustainable, usable, and unique identifier for every research organization in the world.
6 March 2019 @ 21:00 UTC
Carli Spina, Associate Professor and the Head of Research & Instructional Services at the Fashion Institute of Technology
Topic: This session introduces Universal Design for Learning and provides advice on how to teach in a manner that is accessible and inclusive of those with disabilities and who use assistive devices.
29 April 2019 @ 20:00 UTC
Aleksandra Pawlik, Community Advocate, Stencila
Topic: Stencila is a set of open source tools supporting research reproducibility and interoperability. During the talk Aleksandra will demonstrate how all the components fit together and how to integrate them within the existing ecosystem of tools, such as spreadsheets, R, RStudio, Jupyter Notebook and more.
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