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Tuesday, April 28 • 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Student & Early Career Researcher Workshop LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available

ARCS is passionate about engaging students and early career researchers to understand their needs and expectations, and to facilitate their leadership in efforts to build a more collaborative, open, and impactful scholarly communication system.  We are working with the Right to Research Coalition and Digital Library Federation to identify students and early career researchers to represent this important constituency at the conference, and are partnering with organizations and universities to provide travel scholarships.   

This post-conference workshop will follow several student and ECR led presentations and round table discussions.  Workshop participants will identify and initiate collaborative projects to influence the transition to open scholarship and science, facilitated and supported by ARCS, Laura Bowering Mullen, Jane Otto, and our scholarship sponsors. 

 


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Laura Bowering Mullen

Behavioral Sciences Librarian; Open Access Specialist, Rutgers Library of Science and Medicine
Laura Bowering Mullen is Behavioral Sciences Librarian and Open Access Specialist at Rutgers University in Piscataway, New Jersey. In addition to her many years of experience as an academic science librarian and team leader for science collections at the Rutgers Library of Science and Medicine, she holds positions in scholarly communication areas. Mullen chairs the Rutgers Libraries’ Committee on Scholarly Communication, and is the Libraries... Read More →
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Jane Otto

Scholarly Open Access Repository Librarian, Rutgers University
Jane Otto is Scholarly Open Access Repository Librarian at Rutgers University, where she contributes to the ongoing development of data models and metadata strategies for the University’s Fedora-based institutional repository. She represents Libraries faculty on the University Senate, and chairs the Senate’s Research, and Graduate and Professional Education Committee (RGPEC). With Laura Mullen, she led the RGPEC initiative that resulted in... Read More →

Tuesday April 28, 2015 4:00pm - 6:00pm
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