The new OpenCon Community Webcast series aims to inform and engage the growing OpenCon community by showcasing an individual, project, or success story each month. Ranging between 30 minutes and an hour, these webcasts will provide a regular opportunity for the OpenCon community to hear from those leading the charge for Open Access, Open Education, and Open Data.#opencon Tweets
On Tuesday, September 15th, at 9am PDT/12pm EDT/4pm GMT/6pm CEST, we’ll be joined by Martin Eve and Caroline Edwards for a webcast celebrating the official launch of the Open Library of the Humanities (OLH). Both accomplished scholars, Martin Eve and Caroline Edwards are lecturers at Birkbeck, University of London and serve as editors for the lluvium, an open access journal dedicated to 21st-century literature. They’ll speak about the launch of the OLH, including their innovative model for sustaining a mega-journal in the Humanities, and discuss the role of Open Access in the humanities more broadly.
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Below you can find a list of OpenCon community activities.
ArchiveJune 2015 - Using open as an asset for your career
May 2015 - What the evidence says about OER
April 2015 - How to get tenure* (*while practicing open science)