Stikkord: forskningsdata

Stikkordarkiv: forskningsdata

Workshop: An introduction to metrics and their use – turning data into intelligence

NarmaWS_Bibl_200NARMA inviterer til workshop:
Dato/tid: 21. april 2016, 09:30 -16:30
Sted: HiOA, Auditorium NO20-025, Pilestredet 32, Oslo

Rapport fra workshopen finner du her.

For program, se nedenfor eller last ned her. (Oppdatert 04.03.2016)

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10th Munin Conference on Scholarly Publishing

Munin10_2015_colour_200The 10th Munin Conference will be held 30 November–1 December 2015 at the UiT The Arctic University of Norway.

Link to conference website with complete program/abstracts.

Registration before 15.November.

Amongst our speakers, you will find top international keynotes like Randy Schekman and Stuart Shieber. Professor Schekman is a Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine 2013 and has strongly criticised the closed-access journals like Nature, Cell and Science, citing their self-serving and deleterious effects on science. Professor Shieber has led Harvard’s efforts to institute open-access policies, leading to the policies now in place at Harvard and emulated elsewhere.

IASSIST Conference 2016: Embracing the ‘data revolution’ – opportunities and challenges for research

IASSIST_2016_300IASSIST – International Association for Social Science Information Service and Technology invites to conference in Bergen:

Tittle: Embracing the ‘data revolution’ – opportunities and challenges for research

Time: 31.May – 03. June 2016

Link: Call for proposals and session tracks.

The evolving landscape of data, including the growth of digital ‘big data’, open data, and open science, presents opportunities and challenges for social science, digital humanities, and related disciplines.

Conference is hosted by the Norwegian Social Science Data Services.