CRIG Forums 2021

In 2021 CRIG are hosting two webinar series, the annual CRIG Seminar, and - early in the year - a joint forum in partnership with the Professional Development Interest Group.

CRIG Forum 2021: SOS: Selling Open Scholarship – Innovations in librarians advocating for open scholarship

CRIG / PDIG Joint Forum 2021: Our future: Diversified or diluted?

 

 

June 2021 - SOS: Selling Open Scholarship – Innovations in librarians advocating for open scholarship

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SOS Webinar 1

Wednesday 23 June, 3.00 – 4.30pm AEST

Resources suggested by the presenters and/or mentioned in the chat:

Big Ten OA dashboard walk-through

COKI’s Github

Curtin Open Knowledge Initiative, COKI Open Access Dashboard

Curtin Open Knowledge Initiative, COKI Research Funding Dashboard

Curtin Open Knowledge Initiative, 2020, Comparison countries categories of open access

Curtin Open Knowledge Initiative, 2020, Institutions open access over time

Huang et al., 2020, Meta-Research: Evaluating the impact of open access policies on research institutions

Money, 2020, Sacred data

Montgomery et al., 2021, Open Knowledge Institutions: Reinventing Universities

Ochigame, 2020, Informatics of the Oppressed

Open Access Australasia

SOS Webinar 2

Friday 25 June, 11.00am – 12.00pm AEST

Resources suggested by the presenters and/or mentioned in the chat:

Beaudry et al., 2020, Swinburne Open Science Task Force Report: Summary of survey findings

Bronfenbrenner, U. (1979). The ecology of human development: Experiments by nature and design. Harvard University press.

Collister & Cantrell, 2021. From “Patchy Endorsements” to Intentional Advocacy: Deconstructing Bias in the Language of Open Access. Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication.

Fullan, M., & Scott, G. (2009). Turnaround leadership for higher education. John Wiley & Sons.

Groenewegen, D. (2017). Yesterday and today: reflecting on past practice to help build and strengthen the researcher partnership at Monash UniversityNew Review of Academic Librarianship23(2-3), 171-184.

Martín-Martín et al, 2018 [pre-print] "Unbundling Open Access dimensions: a conceptual discussion to reduce terminology inconsistencies"

Mead, M., Sieben, A., & Straub, J. (1973). Coming of age in Samoa. New York: Penguin.

Miner, H. (1956). Body ritual among the NaciremaAmerican anthropologist58(3), 503-507.

Narayan et al. (2018). Scholarly Communication Practices in Humanities and Social Sciences: A Study of Researchers’ Attitudes and Awareness of Open Access. Open Information Science, 2(1), 168-180.

OCLC Report, Social Interoperability in Research Support: Cross-campus Partnerships and the University Research Enterprise.

Open Access Australasia

Pomeratz & Peek, 2016. Fifty Shades of Open. First Monday.

Scheib, C. (2020). ‘Making the Strange Familiar and the Familiar Strange’, in Cultures of the World - Perspectives on Culture. LibreTexts Social Science.

Tay, A., 2021. Why Open Access definitions are confusing. Musings about Librarianship.

Tonner, P. (2017). Wittgenstein on forms of life: a short introduction. E-Logos Electronic Journal for Philosophy.


CRIG / PDIG Joint Forum 2021

Our future: Diversified or diluted?

25th May and 27th May 2021.

Video recordings, slides and further resources can be found here.