Category Archives: panel

Open Scholarship for Graduate Students and Early Career Researchers

Oaweek2013_blogOctober 22, 4:30-6 pm in the Connan Room, UC. Live computer-based webcast and mobile-device webcast start 15 minutes before the event.

Come hear CMU researchers talk about why and how they make their work available via open access.  Hear the new Dean of Libraries Keith Webster explain why open access is strategic and describe next steps to increase open access to CMU research.

Speakers include Norman Bier—Open Learning Initiative; J. David Creswell—Psychology; Michael Tarr—Center for Neural Basis of Cognition; Veronica Hinman—Biological Sciences; Jelena Kovacevic—Biomedical Engineering; Mary Shaw—Institute for Software Research, SCS; Reinhard Schumacher—Physics; Russell Schwartz—Biological Sciences and SCS.

This is the keynote event in CMU’s celebration of International Open Access Week, October 21-27.

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Digital Death: Prevention and Response

Friday, March 8, 1-4 pm
Posner Center
Carnegie Mellon University

Speakers:
Gabrielle Michalek, CMU
Matthew Butkovic, CMU
Tom Clareson, LYRASIS

Panel discussion
Light refreshments

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Scholarly Publishers: Scholars or Crooks?

Featuring CMU panelists Robert Pego (Mathematical Sciences) and Jeremy Avigad (Philosophy & Mathematical Sciences). Moderated by Denise Troll Covey.

Wednesday, April 18
4-4:30 / light refreshments
4:30-6 pm / panel discussion
Steinberg Auditorium
A53 Baker Hall

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4/28/08 panel – Open access in chemistry

Carnegie Mellon  faculty Jay Apt, David Dzombak, Hyung Kim, and David Yaron (moderator) lead a discussion lead discussion about the future of open access in chemistry – Self-Archiving in Chemistry (handout) – 04/28/08 video

11/2/07 panel – Forum on International Initiatives on Copyright

N. Balakrishnan, Associate Director of the Indian Institute of Science and a Professor at the Department of Aerospace Engineering and at the Supercomputer Education and Research Centre, India; Ismail Serageldin, Director of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Egypt; Michael Shamos, Distinguished Career Professor in the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon. Moderated by John Mark Ockerbloom, Digital Library Architect and Planner at the University of Pennsylvania – poster11/02/07 Forum video

Presented in conjunction with 3rd International Conference on the Universal Digital Library (ICUDL 2007), hosted by Carnegie Mellon University Libraries and the School of Computer Science.

10/25/04 panel – Open Access Forum

Carnegie Mellon’s Mark Kamlet and Mary Jo Dively, with Clifford Lynch (Coalition for Networked Information) and Daviess Menefee (Elsevier Ltd.) – 10/25/04 video

Panel discussion about the NIH open access initiative and latest developments in access to scientific and scholarly information.

Held in conjunction with the University Libraries Advisory Board Visit, October 2004.