OpenAIRE Week 2020
This year we’re going virtual with the OpenAIRE General Assembly. During OpenAIRE Week, from October 12th until October 16th 2020, we will offer a mix of internal meetings in the morning for OpenAIRE partners, and external webinars in the afternoon. The external sessions are open for all (registration required) and will take place every day from 14:00 to 16:00 CEST. You can register for each session individually.
Programme and registration for public sessions: OpenAIRE.
OASPA Online Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing 2020
The OASPA 2020 Conference will take place online during the week of Monday 21 – Friday 25 September 2020.
XI Open Access Week: Taking Action to Build Structural Equity and Inclusion
Openness can be a powerful tool for building more equitable systems of sharing knowledge. Rebuilding research and scholarship to be open by default presents a unique opportunity to construct a foundation that is fundamentally more equitable. Yet today, structural racism, discrimination, and exclusion are present and persistent in places where openness is a core value. As a global community, it is important to understand that the systems and spaces of the present are often built upon legacies of historic injustice and that addressing these inequities is a necessity.
Varieties of Meaning and Content / The third "Context, Cognition and Communication"
The third Context, Cognition and Communication Conference will be hosted by the Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw. The main theme of the conference is "Varieties of Meaning and Content".
CLARIN Café I: CLARIN in times of Corona (VIRTUAL EVENT)
In times of crisis, public support for policy measures is important. With the outbreak of COVID-19, the public in various countries across Europe has shown general support for the advice provided by National Health Institutes and governments. However, it is uncertain how this support will evolve once the perceived urgency and rationale of the policy measures changes over time. We have already seen growing information divergencies between state-controlled sources and social media. Furthermore, we see interesting dynamics in Corona-related vocabularies across countries and cultures (social distancing, 1,5 meter society or economy, etc.). The timely understanding of changes in public opinion, sentiments and citizen or crowd behavior is important for policy makers and health care professionals and of course food for thought for academic scholars. (https://www.clarin.eu/event/2020/clarin-caf%C3%A9-i-clarin-times-corona-virtual-event)