Upcoming CHORUS Events

JST/CHORUS Forum: Data as an Output of Publicly Funded Research at JOSS 2024
20 June 2024

At this joint JST/CHORUS Joint Forum speakers from Japan and the US will introduce their organizations’ respective strategies for publishing research data and discuss the challenges researchers face in complying with each country’s national requirements.
Registration Open, see the Event page

CHORUS Forum: Linking from Datasets to Content
27 June 2024

Whether you’re a data scientist, content creator, software developer, or business strategist, this virtual event offers valuable insights and practical guidance for maximizing the value of your data and content assets. Join us as we unravel the complexities of linking datasets to content and pave the way for a more connected and intelligent digital ecosystem.
Registration Open, see the Event page

CHORUS Forum: How Can We Ensure Research Integrity
24 July 2024

Research integrity, and the need for all involved in the research ecosystem to work together to uphold the highest ethical standards to protect research integrity, is a topic generating much discussion in the STM publishing community, the larger research community, and in the news media in general. This forum will cover, from the perspectives of a publisher, a funding agency, an academic institution, and a standards organization, some of the steps that are being taken (or are being considered) to ensure the trustability of the scientific record. In addition, a case study illustrating how our trust-based publishing ecosystem can be exploited will be presented, to help identify areas of vulnerability that need improvement.
Registration will open soon, Event Page

CHORUS Forum: Open Access and Data Sharing in the Humanities and Social Sciences
12 September 2024

This event will delve into the pivotal intersection of Open Access and Data Sharing within the Humanities and Social Sciences. In an era where knowledge dissemination and collaboration are paramount, this event aims to foster dialogue, share best practices, and ignite innovative approaches to open scholarship.Whether you’re a seasoned researcher, early-career academic, librarian, or policymaker, this event offers a unique opportunity to connect with like-minded professionals, exchange ideas, and chart the course towards a more inclusive and collaborative scholarly ecosystem.
Registration will open soon, Event Page

We look forward to having you join us for these exciting events!

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