Editors' Picks


Social infrastructures in research communication: a personal view of the FORCE11 story

Author: Cameron Neylon | Publication Date: Apr 5, 2018

Posted Apr 5th 2018 | Comment


A summer institute for teaching and learning about Scholarly Communication: Getting ready for FSCI 2.0

Posted by Daniel O'Donnell | Feb 28th 2018 | Comment

The program committee for the Force 11 Scholarly Communications Institute (FSCI) is in the process of putting together the schedule of courses for FSCI 2


Sustaining Scholarly Infrastructures through Collective Action: The Lessons that Olson can Teach us

Author: Cameron Neylon | Publication Date: Dec 27, 2017

Posted Jan 3rd 2018 | Comment


Hacking the future of Software Citation

Author: Stephan Druskat | Publication Date: Nov 9, 2017

Posted by Stephanie Hagstrom | Nov 9th 2017 | Comment


Michele Mennielli on FORCE 17: "to build interactions between systems you have to first build interactions between people."

Posted by Tameka Hill | Oct 28th 2017 | Comment

Michele Mennielli is the International Membership and Partnership Manager of DuraSpace and attended the first Force 11 conference.


Michael Kurtz on FORCE 17: "State of the art in a broad spectrum."

Posted by Tameka Hill | Oct 28th 2017 | Comment

I had the opportunity to speak with Michael Kurtz, Project Scientist for the Astrophysics D


Maryann Martone on FORCE 17: "we need to harness our collective resources and expertise to effect change"

Posted by Tameka Hill | Oct 28th 2017 | Comment

During the Force 2017 Conference, I had a lovely chat with Former President, Maryann Martone, who currentl


Todd Carpenter on FORCE 17: "We don’t have enough opportunities to engage these communities outside of our own, which is one of the things I love about FORCE."

Posted by Tameka Hill | Oct 27th 2017 | Comment

At Force 2017, we caught up with Todd Carpenter and had a little chat. This is what he told us.