Editors' Picks


Diving into the world of data at the Force 11 Scholarly Communication Institute of 2020

Posted by Ibraheem Ali | Jan 26th 2020 | Comment

The programming committee for the Force 11 Scholarly Communication Institute (FSCI) is working fervently to put together the list of courses for 2020.


Pondering the arrival of the Open Publishing Awards

Posted by Alison McGonagl... | Dec 11th 2019 | Comment

co-authored by Alison McGonagle-O'Connell and Phill Jones


Open Data Metrics: Lighting the Fire

Posted by John Chodacki | Dec 4th 2019 | Comment

Book Announcement I wanted let you know about a new book we just released about the state of open data metrics. 


You should attend FSCI, here is why.,,,

Posted by Barbara Bordalejo | Nov 26th 2019 | Comment

You should attend FSCI, here is why.


FSCI Attendance Inspires Scholarly Publishing Literacy Additions to MPH Course

Posted by Donna O'Malley | Sep 19th 2019 | Comment

The FORCE 11 Scholarly Communication Institute proved to be a valuable combination of inspiration and encouragement to pursue open access goals along with practical strategies for implementing them


A life-changing experience: FSCI 2019

Posted by Marisol Ramos | Sep 16th 2019 | Comment

Thanks for the generosity of FORCE11 and its sponsors (UCLA and the UCLA Library, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), the University of Padua, Computational Data


FSCI: intercambiando experiencias locales en una comunidad global

Posted by Irene Ramos | Sep 13th 2019 | Comment

A principios de agosto tuve la oportunidad de participar en el FORCE11 Scholarly Communication Institute, en la Universidad de California, Los Ángeles, gracias a una beca de matrícula y transporte.


At FSCI 2019, a focus on building scholarly communication in inclusive ways

Posted by Julian Gautier | Sep 11th 2019 | Comment

A major theme of this year’s FORCE11 Scholarly Communication Institute was a call to recognize the outsized influence some groups of people have over the development of scholarly communication tool


FSCI: Uniquely hands-on work beyond academic silos

Posted by Nina Exner | Sep 9th 2019 | Comment

I loved FSCI because it is the one Institute I know that brings everyone together to learn