October 25-26, 2023. | 10:00 am – 1:30 pm (EST)
In January of this year, 2023, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) launched a significant milestone in the science and technology arena when it unveiled the Year of Open Science. As we approach the conclusion of this pivotal year, NISO’s Technology Summit brings this topic center stage to reflect on this multi-agency endeavor and its far-reaching impacts.
The summit will constructively critique the role of technology and supporting organizations in either facilitating or impeding the progress toward open science. We’ll consider which existing systems were prepared to embrace the declaration’s ideals and which required new implementations. Furthermore, we’ll explore how library and publishing communities seized the opportunity presented by the Year of Open Science and how we can collectively strive for improvement.
This year, the Summit is being organizations with the insights and perspective of a thoughtful and experienced committee, including:
- Sayeed Choudhury, Associate Dean, Digital Infrastructure & Director, Open Source Programs Office, Carnegie-Mellon University
- Maurice Coleman, Principal, Coleman & Associates
- Peter Murray, Library Technologist, Index Data
- Christine Smith, Director, Product Operations, Altum
Join the NISO Technology Summit as we assess our preparedness, acknowledge our achievements, identify limitations, and chart a course for an continued effort toward inclusive, collaborative, and equitable future in scientific exploration and dissemination of knowledge.