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Description: Course site for FORCE11 Scholarly Communication Institute 2022. https://www.force11.org/fsci/2022

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E02 Applying Strategic Doing, an Agile Strategy Discipline, to Build Collaborations Across Diverse Teams

Course site for FSCI 2022’s E02 Applying Strategic Doing, an Agile Strategy Discipline, to Build Collaborations Across Diverse Teams

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E03 Open Access, Bibliodiversity and Research Assessment Reform Across Borders

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E05 Don’t Get Caught in the Publishing Trap: A Demonstration of the Scholarly Comms and Copyright Board Game Now Shifted Online

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E07 Analyzing Your Institution’s Publishing Output

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E08 Evaluating Open Access Journals: Moving from Provocative to Practical in Characterizing Journal Practices

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L12 The FAIR Principles in the Scholarly Communications Lifecycle

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L13 Using the ORCID, Sherpa Romeo, and Unpaywall APIs in R to Harvest Institutional Data

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L14 Introduction to Data Curation Using Ontologies: FAIR Datasets and Community Collaboration

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