Submit a Presentation Proposal - Zar Symposium 2017
The organizers of the 5th biennial Kathleen A. Zar Symposium, Open Data: Science, Health, Community to be held Friday, April 28, invite proposals for presentations that provide insight into open data projects and initiatives, whether established or newly created, which have an impact on science, health, or community. The focus may be, but is not limited to, opportunities for libraries and information professionals to contribute to or play an active role in projects or initiatives.

Contributed presentations will provide examples of collaborative efforts between institutions, groups, or individuals, with a focus on practical, real use cases of using open data. Proposals selected for full oral presentations will be eligible for travel stipend. Proposals must include a title, author(s), and abstract (maximum 600 words). Presentations will be 30-45 minutes. The deadline for submission is Wednesday, March 17th.

Please consider the following questions when preparing proposals:

* How has your institution or community engaged with open data?
* If you led an open data project or initiative, how and why was it initiated, and what were the results?
* What are the opportunities and challenges of using or collecting open data?
* How are responsibilities determined and distributed?
* What kinds of tools and techniques may be used?

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