[Pols-announce] Invitation: Mozilla Working Open Workshop @ KU Oct. 16/17
Pickerel, Linda M.
lpicke at ku.edu
Tue Sep 19 10:43:15 CDT 2017
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Subject: Invitation: Mozilla Working Open Workshop @ KU Oct. 16/17
KU Libraries is partnering with Mozilla to bring the Mozilla Working Open Workshop (WOW) to KU on October 16th/17th. WOWs are a highly customized and agile two-day event for researchers to learn, share, and connect around open research best practices designed to improve research collaborations and ensure access to research data and findings, thereby speeding the pace of discovery.
Workshop modules will cover the essentials of designing an open project, using collaboration tools such as GitHub, sharing research products as a default, and fostering an active community around an open project. It is hands-on and project-based, including lots of time for participants to make real, meaningful progress on their projects, and to network and collaborate across projects and disciplines. WOWs have been previously hosted in Montreal, Boston, Austin, Berlin, Portland, and Cape Town.
WOWs work best for attendees with a specific project to advance, since project work time is built in.
If this sounds interesting, please register by October 9th via EventBrite:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mozilla-working-open-workshop-tickets-37918290628
NOTE: a 100% REFUNDABLE deposit of $20 is required to hold your space in this very limited workshop (35 seats). If you do not attend or cancel within 24 hours of the workshop, you will not be eligible for the refund.
You can read more about a previous WOW inthis blogpost<https://www.mozillascience.org/wow-introducing-working-open-workshops-and-the-open-leaders-cohort>, orthis one<http://jk-lee.com/working-open-workshop-and-workweek/>.
Here is an outline of the schedule for WOW @ KU:
* October 16, morning and afternoon: WOW Day 1, an introduction to open research, workflows, and tools
* October 17, morning and early afternoon: WOW Day 2, project communication and open data
* October 17, afternoon: Open Access Week reception & open keynote by Stephanie Wright, Mozilla Science Lab Program Lead, Kansas Union Big 12 Room, 3:30.
The detailed agenda is in development. To get a feel for the WOW, check out the page forWOW Montreal<https://mozillascience.github.io/WOW-2017/> held last spring.
Mozilla Science Lab is a project of the Mozilla Foundation, supporting open science research, software, and project development globally. This event is co-hosted by KU Libraries Shulenburger Office of Scholarly Communication & Copyright, Center for Faculty Engagement and Initiatives, and Digital Initiatives and will take place at the Kansas Union in the Jayhawk Room on KU's Lawrence campus. We hope you can join us!
Please let me know if you have any questions!
L. Ada Emmett, Librarian
Director, Shulenburger Office of Scholarly Communication & Copyright
University of Kansas Libraries
1425 Jayhawk Blvd Rm. 450
Lawrence, Kansas 66045-7544
Voice: (785) 864-8831<tel:%28785%29%20864-8831>
email: aemmett at ku.edu<mailto:aemmett at ku.edu>
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