Change Management, FAIR RDM, TDM, Citizen Science
Dates to be announced soon.
Locations to be announced soon.
Our team is happy to announce the emergence a Steering Committee that will help us selecting the annual topics, invited speakers and it will advise on best practices for delivering successful events.
The members of Open Science Workshops Steering Committee are:
November 20th 2017, in Vienna.
In cooperation with The Austrian Agency for International Cooperation in Education and Research
November 22nd 2017, in Budapest
In cooperation with EISZ (The Library of Hungarian Academy of Sciences) and Central European University.
November 24th 2017, in Ljubljana.
In cooperation with CTK Ljubljana and with the support of Slovenian Ministry of Education, Science and Sport.
November 8th 2017, in Sofia.
Springer Nature, Scientific Knowledge Services and the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences cordially invite you to the a 1-day event that discusses the status of the Bulgarian research and its scholarly communication component.
March 30th 2017, in Budapest.
The Library and Information Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and Taylor and Francis (represented by Scientific Knowledge Services) cordially invite you to the information day organised by Electronic Information Service National Programme in Hungary.
March 23rd 2017, in Budapest
The Library and Information Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and Wiley (represented by Scientific Knowledge Services) cordially invite you to the information day organised by Electronic Information Service National Programme in Hungary.
September 14th 2016, in Ljubljana
In cooperation with LIBER, CTK Ljubljana and the Faculty of Economics of the University of Ljubljana
This workshop brings you clear presentations of LIBER's strategic directions. According to LIBER strategy, one of the key areas should be the development of CEE libraries in order to align with the progresses made in UK, the Netherlands, Belgium, Scandinavian countries. LIBER (Ligue des Bibliothèques Européennes de Recherche – Association of European Research Libraries) is the main network for research libraries in Europe. Founded in 1971, the association (a Foundation or Stitching under the Dutch law from 2009) has grown steadily to include more than 400 national, university and other libraries from over 40 countries. They act to represent the interests of European research libraries, their universities and their researchers in several key areas.
September 15th 2016, in Ljubljana
In cooperation with Central Technological Library at the University of Ljubljana
Part of 6th Convention of Slovenian Consortia for International Scientific Literature, this event focuses on outcomes and return on investment of academic aibraries in a changing digital landscape
This one-day seminar will approach two critical topics:
- Managing electronic resources during the transition to open access
- Economic aspects of using information resources and publishing in new circumstances
September 12th 2016, in Budapest
In cooperation with the Library of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
This 1-day seminar have approached two main topics:
- Using collections at their fullest potential
- Libraries' role in facilitating and generating new scientific content
September 15th 2016, in Ljubljana
In cooperation with the Central Technological Library at the University of Ljubljana
Gold Route? Green Route? How will these routes affect your overall journey? What are the milestones along these routes? How to plan your journey and flag your institution on the new map of scientific partnerships, using OA?
Modern Procurement Techniques for e-Content will deal with tips on how to better negotiate licenses with publishers.