Open Repositories 2019

The Open Repositories Steering Committee in conjunction with Universität Hamburg is very pleased to announce that the 14th Open Repositories Conference will be held in Hamburg, Germany from 10-13 June 2019 at Universität Hamburg. Universität Hamburg is the largest research and educational institution in northern Germany. As one of the country’s largest universities, it offers a diverse range of taught programs coupled with excellent research. The institution is committed to sustainable science and scholarship and its faculties pursue the concept of sustainability in its broadest sense in both research and teaching.The annual Open Repositories Conference is a practitioner based conference that brings together people from higher education, government, libraries, archives and museums to focus on repository infrastructure, tools, services, and policies. The Conference provides a forum for delegates from around the world to explore the challenges and opportunities that arise at the interface of technology and scholarly publishing and practice. Contact information: ; For the Open Repositories Steering Committee: Elin Stangeland University of Oslo Library ; For the local organizing committee:Kai Wörner Center for Sustainable Research Data Management Universität Hamburg

Programme avec liens vers les résumés  ; Sessions :Invenio User Group Workshop ;  Research Data Packaging ;  Getting Started with DSpace 7 ; Repository/CRIS Workshop   ; A user journey in OpenAIRE services ) ; Islandora for All: ISLE Workshop ; Connection points between DMPs and repositories ; Hands on User Experience ; Samvera - an introduction ; Docker for DSpace ; Introduction to Fedora 5.0 and the API Specification ; The human infrastructure ; Introducing Algorithmic Awareness ; Using YARD to Curate for Reproducibility ; DataCite DOI Services for Repositories ; Getting started with Haplo ; Repository data management with GLAMpipe ; Open your structured data with Wikibase ; Measuring data reuse with the COUNTER Code of Practice for Research Data ; UX in practice ; It's Repository Rodeo time! ; Systems and Policy ; Convergence of repository and CRIS functions ; Measuring use and reuse ; Audible and visual - non-textual objects in repositories ; Designing interfaces with UX ; Collections and connections for research data ; Repositories all around the world ; Developer track ; Repositories and the future of scholarly publishing ; Research data and the Oxford Common File Layout standard ; Designing for users ; Electronic theses and dissertations ; Introducing DSpace 7 ; Joining forces to address user needs around research data management (panel) ; Large-scale repositories ; Open access, neoliberalism, compliance and the law ; Extending DSpace 7 ; Practice research in repositories (presentation and panel) ; Green roads to Open access ; Moving forward with Fedora ; Standards and protocols for ingesting and harvesting ; ORCID in repositories ; Plan S panel ;  Interoperability ; Research management workflows ; Tools for measuring and monitoring ; Towards next generation technologies (panel) ; New repositories and tools ; Design principles for Cloud-based repositories ; Digital preservation ; How to be discovered? ; Whose community is this, anyway? (presentation and panel) ; Reuse ; Services for research data, with privacy in mind ; Meeting the user needs for cultural heritage ;

Deux communications de collègues français(e)s : 

Amrani, Sarah + Guzman, Manuel  + Mahé, Yann ( MyScienceWork) ;  Sohler, Karin (French Institute for Demographic Studies - Ined)  :  "Designing interfaces with UX"

Géroudet, Marie-Madeleine (Université de Lille) : "New repositories and tools"

Lundi, 10 Juin, 2019 - 08:00 - Jeudi, 13 Juin, 2019 - 05:00

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