Agenda van het afgelopen jaar

Opening Up the research life cycle: innovative methods for Open Science

5 september - 7 september 2018

Paleis der Academiën - Palais des Académies - Academy Palace, Hertogstraat 1, 1000 Brussel, België

Are you interested in how Open Science is revolutionizing the way scholarly artefacts are created, published and evaluated? Do you want to learn about state-of-the-art in innovative services for the review-disseminate-assess phases of the research lifecycle?

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The keynote is delivered by professor Karel Luyben, National Coordinator Open Science The Netherlands and member of the EC Open Science Policy Platform.

Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing (COASP)

17 september - 20 september 2018

University of Vienna Faculty of Business, Economics and Statistics Oskar-Morgenstern-Platz 1 1090 Vienna

Now in its 10th anniversary year, COASP is a major annual scholarly publishing conference that brings the open access community together to discuss new developments and innovations in scholarly publishing, and unite in our shared goal to enable research around the world to be openly accessible. In this important celebratory year for COASP, we will be kicking off the conference with an ‘Early Movers’ panel, in which key actors from the early years of the open access movement – Vitek Tracz, David Prosser, Susan Murray, Marin Dacos, Leslie Chan, and Caroline Sutton – discuss the history of the movement and the great progress in open access publishing that has been made since COASP held its first conference in 2008, and reflect on where open access publishing is heading today.

Panel topics this year are: F.A.I.R. Research Outputs; Open Access Monographs; Transformative Agreements; and New Models in Open Access Publishing. As always, we will host a broad range of interdisciplinary global perspectives on other panels and in keynotes, and offer a large number of networking opportunities for further discussion and collaboration between attendees.

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International Data Week 2018

5 november - 9 november 2018

Gaborone, Botswana

International Data Week 2018 (IDW 2018) will be held on 5-8 November 2018 in Gaborone, Botswana. Hosted by the Botswana Open Science and Open Data Forum, IDW 2018 will bring together data scientists, researchers, industry leaders, entrepreneurs, policymakers and data stewards from all disciplines and geographies across the globe.

The major societal and scientific challenges facing humanity in this digital age are profoundly global in character, requiring the participation of researchers from all countries and disciplines. The data revolution is also a major source of the scientific opportunities to address these issues but to realise these potentials the frontiers of science, data analysis and stewardship must be advanced. Likewise, the data revolution must be inclusive, benefitting all, and harnessing all energies: no parts of the world and no disciplines should be left behind.

In a hyper-connected world where the Internet is pervasive and web technologies are driving major changes in our lives, research has become more than ever before digital and international. With the theme of ‘The Digital Frontiers of Global Science’, this landmark event will be a rich week of science and data, featuring world renowned keynote speakers, plenary panels and discussions, and the presentation of high quality research and practical working sessions for international collaborations. Focus topics will include:

► Research issues in a global and digital age
► Applications, progress and challenges of data intensive research
► Data infrastructure and enabling practices for international and collaborative research
All areas of research are in scope, including the social sciences, humanities, and business and management sciences.

Similarly, the applications of data outside of research will also be considered.

We congratulate Dr Wouter Beek from The Netherlands as the 2018 winner of the WDS Data Stewardship Award, which will be handed to him at this occasion.

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Surf Onderwijsdagen

6 november - 8 november 2018

1931 Congrescentrum 's-Hertogenbosch, Oude Engelenseweg 1, 5222 AA 's-Hertogenbosch, Nederland

SURF organiseert op 6 en 7 november 2018 de SURF Onderwijsdagen voor het mbo, hbo en wo in congrescentrum 1931 in Den Bosch. De SURF Onderwijsdagen zijn de inspiratiebron voor deze sectoren op het gebied van onderwijsinnovatie met ICT.

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XP Days Benelux

28 november - 1 december 2018

Kapellerput, Somerenseweg 100, 5591 TN Heeze, Nederland

XP Days is a two day conference on agile software development for and by practitioners. It offers really cool learning time together like The Special on Friday: a FULL day Open Space. An entire day and room will be dedicated to host an Open Space where you can all contribute or bring in your questions. If you haven’t heard about Open Space yet, you can read more about it on this site:

Other subjects you can dive into are about developing effective workshops, organisational design and change management with Theory U.

Seecr will attend. We look forward to meet you there and share.

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Smart Humanity 2018 / KIVI

13 december 2018

EYE Filmmuseum, IJpromenade 1, 1031 KT Amsterdam, Nederland

Het KIVI organiseert al jaren goed verzorgde congressen met boeiende sprekers. Wij bevelen u dit congres van harte aan.

De samenleving transformeert door digitale technologie en daarmee verandert de rol en de plaats van de mensheid. Maar de visies verschillen. De een verwacht dat robots en algoritmes de wereld overnemen, de ander ziet een prachtige samensmelting van mens en cybernetica, terwijl weer anderen de mensheid via ICT de vervuilde aarde zien terugbrengen naar een biologisch juiste balans. Hoe het ook zij, de mens staat centraal in onze informatiemaatschappij en behoort centraal te blijven staan; ook bij alle huidige en toekomstige veranderingen. De KNVI heeft het begrip ‘Informatieprofessional 3.0’ en de ‘Digitale transformatie’ neergezet en uitgewerkt in diverse beleidsplannen en publicaties.
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DEN-event over cultuur en digitalisering

4 maart - 6 maart 2019

De Doelen, Schouwburgplein 50, 3012 CL Rotterdam, Nederland

Maandag 4 en dinsdag 5 maart vindt in De Doelen in Rotterdam het DEN-event plaats, de conferentie over cultuur en digitalisering. Op de eerste dag staat digitalisering in de kunstensector centraal: wat hebben digitale technieken te bieden zowel voor instellingen als voor kunstenaars zelf? En hoe benut je het bij het behoud van je artistieke erfenis? Op de tweede dag verbindt DEN de inzet van digitalisering met erfgoed en maatschappelijke thema’s.

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Dutch Clojure Days

6 april 2019

TQ, Singel 542, 1017 AZ Amsterdam, Nederland

This day the Clojure community will be celebrating the 4th edition of the free, non-profit (and sold-oud) Clojure conference organised by the community, for the community with a full day of amazing talks in a friendly welcoming atmosphere. For more information:

HOlink conferentie

13 juni - 15 juni 2019

Hotel NH Noordwijk Conference Centre Leeuwenhorst, Langelaan 3, 2211 XT Noordwijkerhout, Nederland

De HOlink is een tweedaagse conferentie, georganiseerd door DUO en Stichting Studielink. De HOlink is dé plaats waar de nieuwste ontwikkelingen en ervaringen rondom onderwijsondersteuning en informatievoorziening voor studenten in de keten aan bod komen.
Instellingen, onderwijskoepels, studentenorganisaties, OCW en Nuffic zijn nauw betrokken bij het programma.

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