OPERAS NL National Event – Building Research Infrastructures and Communities for Open Scholarly Communications in the Humanities and Social Sciences

22 jun 2021
Van 10:00 - 12:00uur

Moderator: Niels Stern, Director OAPEN Foundation, Member of the OPERAS Executive Assembly

Techmoderator: Tom Mosterd, Community Manager OAPEN/DOAB Foundation

Event description

The OAPEN Foundation, an OPERAS member and OPERAS-P projectpartner will be holding the first national node event together with OPERAS in the Netherlands on the 22nd of June. The aim of this national event is to bring together the Dutch scholarly community to discuss how OPERAS can help advancing the transition to Open Science in the Humanities and Social Sciences.

The online event “Building Research Infrastructures and Communities for Open Scholarly Communications in the Humanities and Social Sciences” aims to contribute to the European and national discussions regarding the uptake of open science and its support through the adoption of policies, the development of the necessary infrastructures and enhancement of synergies specifically for the Humanities and Social Sciences.

During the event, participants will be able to learn more about and participate in discussion saround:

  • The OPERAS Research Infrastructure, what it is, what it is not.
  • Why OPERAS is important to the Netherlands.
  • Experiences with OPERAS in France, and reflections on the relations to the Netherlands.
  • Involvement and next steps for OPERAS.

We would like to invite you to join us for this online, open and free event, along with peers such as academic publishers, funders, policymakers, libraries, research institutions and researchers from the Netherlands.

This event will be held in English.


Registration link

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