Submit a proposal for FORCE2021
The FORCE11 conference will take place in the lovely Donostia-San Sebastián, Spain, October 18-20, 2021.
The program committee will consider proposals for:
* Rapid-fire presentations (maximum five minutes) or PechaKucha (6m 40 seconds)
* Individual talks (maximum 20 minutes)
* Panel discussions and roundtables (up to 90 minutes)
* Workshops (full or half day) -- workshops will take place on Oct 19 only
* Hack-a-thon (full or half day) -- organized hackathons will take place on Oct 19 only
* Posters and demos (will take place during poster and lunch sessions)
For more information about the theme and tracks, visit the Call for Proposals:
FORCE2021 abides by the following Code of Conduct:
What areas does your proposal cover?
New forms of scholarly communication (including systems or infrastructures)
Tools/technologies that better support data, software, and workflows as first-class research objects
New sustainable models of open access/business models for publishers and libraries
New methods and metrics for assessing quality and impact over the full breadth of scholarly outputs
Policies and Principles that form the future of scholarly communication
Machine learning and AI in scholarly communication
Diversity, equity, and inclusion in scholarly communication
Global actions that affect local thinking and local actions that affect global thinking
(In)equity in the research ecosystem
What is the title of your proposal?
What is your proposal about? (1 paragraph)
Please supply one paragraph describing your presentation and how it relates to the tracks above and the theme of collaboration. (Please also declare any conflicts of interest. )
What format(s) is/are your proposal best suited to?
Rapid-fire presentations (maximum five minutes)
Individual talks (maximum 20 minutes)
Panel discussions (up to 90 minutes)
Workshops (full day or half-day)
Hack-a-thon (full day or half-day)
Other formats, add details in the next question
If you proposed an 'other format', please describe the session here
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