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Open Repositories 2013 - Deadline for Proposals Extended to March 4th

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John Howard <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 18 Feb 2013 08:58:00 +0000

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*Open Repositories 2013 - Deadline for Proposals Extended to March 4th!
This year’s Open Repositories conference takes place in Charlottetown,
Prince Edward Island, Canada between Monday, July 8 and Friday, July 12.
Registration is now open at http://or2013.net <about:blank> - register
early and reserve your
accommodation<http://or2013.net/content/loc/accommodations>as soon as
you can!

We invite you to contribute to the conference program. The deadline has
been extended until Monday, March 4th!*
*
This year’s conference theme is Use, Reuse, Reproduce. One of the most
important roles of repositories is to enable greater use and reuse of their
contents— whether those contents are library collections, scholarly
articles, research data, or software—and metadata. The notion of use and
reuse can be extended to repository infrastructure as well. Many
repositories are based on open source software that can be freely reused
and adapted to serve local needs; other efforts are also emerging both in
conjunction with and outside traditional repository platforms to encourage
discipline or community specific reuse and sharing of software, services,
and infrastructure. In addition there is a growing interest and need to
document and share the code and workflows used to produce research results
- particularly in computationally intensive fields - in order to promote
reproducible research. We are very pleased to announce that the opening
keynote this year will be Victoria Stodden of Columbia University and
co-founder of http://www.runmycode.org/<http://www.runmycode.org/CompanionSite/home.do>.
See more about Dr. Stodden here: http://www.stodden.net/
 <http://www.stodden.net/>
Some specific areas of interest for OR2013 are:

   - Effective re-use of content--particularly research data--enabled by
   embedded repository tools and services
   - Effective re-use of software, services, and infrastructure to support
   repository development
   - Facilitation of reproducible research through access to data,
   workflows, and code
   - Services making use of repository metadata
   - Focused, disciplinary or community-based software, services, and
   infrastructure for use and reuse of content
   - Integration of data, including linked data, and external services with
   repositories to provide solutions to specific domains
   - Added-value services for repositories
   - Long-term preservation of repositories and their contents
   - Role and impact of repositories in the research ecosystem


The aim of the Open Repositories Conference is to bring those responsible
for the development, implementation and management of digital repositories
together with stakeholders, such as researchers, librarians, publishers and
others, to address theoretical, practical, and strategic issues across the
entire lifecycle of information, from the creation and management of
digital content, to enabling use, re-use, and interconnection of
information, and ensuring long-term preservation and archiving. The current
economic climate dictates that repositories operate across administrative
and disciplinary boundaries and to interact with distributed computational
services and social communities.

Submissions can take the form of proposals for presentations, panels,
posters, demonstrations, and workshops. We will consider any submission
that seems to us sufficiently original and repository-related to merit
attention at this event, but we’ll give preference to submissions that
address our primary theme. In some cases, papers submitted to the general
conference may be referred to user groups if appropriate.

Key dates and contacts

   - EXTENDED to 4 March 2013: Deadline for submissions
   - 12 April 2013: Submitters notified of acceptance to general conference
   - 19 April 2013: Submitters notified of acceptance to user groups
   - 8-12 July 2013: OR2013 conference:
      - 8 July 2013: Pre-conference workshops
      - 9-11 July 2013: General Conference
      - 11-12 July 2013: DSpace, EPrints, and Fedora user group meetings


Submission process
Conference Papers and Panels
We welcome two- to four-page proposals for presentations or panels that
deal with organizational, theoretical, practical, or administrative issues
of digital repositories and repository services that are not specific to a
particular technical platform. Abstracts of accepted papers will be made
available through the conference’s web site, and later they and associated
materials will be made available in a repository intended for current and
future OR content. In general, sessions are an hour and a half long with
three papers per session; panels may take an entire session. Relevant
papers unsuccessful in the main track will automatically be considered for
inclusion, as appropriate, as a User Group presentation.

User Group Presentations
One to two-page proposals for presentations or panels that focus on use of
one of the major repository platforms (EPrints, DSpace and Fedora) are
invited from developers, researchers, repository managers, administrators
and practitioners describing novel experiences or developments in the
construction and use of repositories involving issues specific to these
technical platforms.

24x7 Presentation Proposals
We welcome one- to two-page proposals for 7 minute presentations comprising
no more than 24 slides. Similar to Pecha Kuchas or Lightning Talks, these
24x7 presentations will be grouped into blocks based on conference themes,
with each block followed by a moderated discussion / question and answer
session involving the audience and whole block of presenters. This forum
will provide conference goers with a fast-paced survey of like work across
many institutions, and presenters the chance to disseminate their work in
more depth and context than a traditional poster.

Posters and Demos
We invite developers, researchers, repository managers, administrators and
practitioners to submit one-page proposals for posters and demonstrations.
Posters provide an opportunity to present work that isn’t appropriate for a
paper; you’ll have the chance to do a 60-second pitch for your poster or
demo during a plenary session at the conference.

Workshops and Tutorials- to two-page proposals for Workshops and Tutorials
addressing theoretical or practical issues around digital repositories are
welcomed. Workshops and tutorials will take place on the Monday before the
conference. Please address the following in your proposal:


   - The subject of the event and what knowledge you intend to convey
   - Length of session (e.g., 1-hour, 2-hour? half a day? whole day?)
   - How many attendees you plan to accommodate
   - Technology and facility requirements
   - Any other supplies or support required
   - A brief statement on the learning outcomes from the session
   - Anything else you believe is pertinent to carrying out the session


Developer Challenge
*
*Each year a significant proportion of the delegates at Open Repositories
are software developers who work on repository software or related
services, and once again OR2013 will feature a Developer Challenge. An
announcement will be made in the future with more details on the Challenge.
Developers are also encouraged to make submissions to the other
tracks--including posters, demonstrations, and 24x7 presentations--to
present on recently completed work and works-in-progress.
If you have any requests that fall outside of the call, such as satellite
meetings, please contact the local conference chair, Mark Leggott,
University of Prince Edward Island, at [log in to unmask]*
*
PLEASE submit your paper, poster, demo or workshop proposal through the
conference system. PDF format is preferred. Please include presentation
title, authors’ names and affiliations in the submission. The conference
system is linked from the conference web site (http://or2013.net/).

Program Co-Chairs:
Jon W. Dunn, Indiana University Bloomington, [log in to unmask]
Sarah L. Shreeves, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign,
[log in to unmask]*

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