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OPERAS Reviewathon

 

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OPERAS Workshop Series - Reviewathon of the Special Interest Groups White Papers

 

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Special Interest Groups are the place where new initiatives, new discussions take place and emerge. They work collaboratively, share information, watch, and prepare projects. The SIGs have recently published White Papers on their topics. 

 

The goal of the workshop series is to continue this conversation.

Programme

 

Monday, 29 November 

12:00 - 13:00 CET

Opening session: The SIGs and the collaborative post-review, Karla Avanço

Multilingualism workshop, Delfim Leão

 

Wednesday, 1 December 

12:00 - 13:00 CET

Open Access Business Models workshop, Frank Manista and Marta Blaszczynska

Advocacy workshop, Elisabeth Ernst

 

Monday, 6 December 

12:00 - 13:00 CET

Tools R&D workshop, Arnaud GIngold

Common Standards and FAIR Principles workshop, Marina Angelaki

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  • Saving my name, address and email address for the period of the subscription, for the sending of conference access upon request.

I do hereby consent to being photographed within the framework of the event titled “OPERAS Workshop Series – Reviewathon of the Special Interest Groups Whitepapers” and the use of said media in the print publications or online activities of OPERAS AISBL:

I am aware that I will not be remunerated for the publication.

My consent is given indefinitely and is revocable. I grant the following rights at no charges:

  • Saving my name, address and email address for the period of the subscription, for the sending of conference access upon request. We view the requirement of the registration as a contractual agreement. The requested data is required to fulfil the contract; the email address is necessary for the handling of a double-opt-in procedure and to send the access. 

  • Documenting and saving the talk in sound and image

  • Making photographs accessible in the media center of the OPERAS AISBL, its institutes and online (Websites, Blogs, Facebook-, LinkedIn Twitter-channels, Perspecitiva.net of OPERAS)

  • Making the recording accessible in the media center of the OPERAS AISBL, the Max Weber Stiftung and its institutes and online (Websites, Blogs, Facebook-, LinkedIn Twitter-channels, Perspecitiva.net of OPERAS and the MWS)

If the event or its recording is used, the name of the speaker and the place of the event will be named. The copyright and all other rights of the talk stay with the speaker who can revoke his/her consent at any time.

Where possible, pictures will be published under the Creative Commons License CC-BY. The full text of the license can be found here: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

For the organization of the registration process OPERAS AISBL works together with OpenEdition. OpenEdition is processing the data. I have the right of access, right to rectification, to erasure, to restriction of processing, to data portability, to object. Processing done ahead of the execution of your rights stays legitimate. You shall exercise your rights by contacting OPERAS AISBL (see below).

 

OPERAS AISBL is not liable for third parties that without their knowledge or consent use material published online or in print by the two organizations for further purposes, especially by downloading and/or copying photos and videos without adhering to the license terms. If you have further questions please contact us by email or mail OPERAS AISBL, Rue Montoyer 10, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium.

 

Responsible for this conference is OPERAS AISBL (Rue Montoyer 10, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium).

OPERAS Community Manager: karla.avanco@openedition.org