Editors' Picks


Infrastructure series: Funding Research Infrastructure

Posted by Josh Brown | Nov 2nd 2020 | Comment

This eighth entry into the  year-long FORCE11 Blogs series on scholarly infrastructure is an interview with


Infrastructure series: Open Access Books

Posted by Jennifer Kemp | Oct 15th 2020 | Comment

This seventh entry into the year-long FORCE11 Blogs series on scholarly infrastructure is an interview with


Effective Data Practices: new recommendations to support an open research ecosystem

Posted by Cynthia Hudson-... | Sep 29th 2020 | Comment

Association of Research Libraries (ARL) is pleased to announce the release of a new report written with our partners at the Califronia Ditial Library (CDL), the Association of American Universities


Introducing the Initiative for Open Abstracts (I4OA)

Posted by Bianca Kramer | Sep 29th 2020 | Comment

Last week the Initiative for Open Abstracts (I4OA) was launched: https://i4oa.org.


Infrastructure series: Standards

Posted by Jennifer Kemp | Aug 31st 2020 | Comment

This sixth entry into the year-long FORCE11 Blogs series on scholarly infrastructure is an interview with


Advancing collaborative research with contributor roles

Posted by Kristi Holmes | Aug 4th 2020 | Comment

by Julien Colomb, Mohammad Hosseni, Violeta Ilik, Nicole Vasilevsky, Barbara Kern, and Kristi Holmes Better contributorship is needed


Transforming Scholarly Communications: Bringing researchers into the conversation

Posted by John Chodacki | Jul 1st 2020 | Comment

FORCE11 is a community of scholars, librarians, archivists, publishers and research funders working together to help facilitate improved knowledge creation and sharing.


Events in digital and open format for research data management (RDM) are in high demand during the Covid-19 pandemic (Hildesheim University Library).

Author: Annette Strauch | Publication Date: Jun 28, 2020

Posted by Annette Strauch | Jun 28th 2020 | Comment

The four digital events, the Coffee Lectures for research data management in German and in English, were in high demand this summer term as well.


Fireside Chats at the Open Publishing Festival

Posted by Cameron Neylon | Jun 4th 2020 | Comment

This is cross-posted from the COKI (Curtin Open Knowedge Initiative) blog. The Curti