FORCE 11 Scholarly Communication Institute (FSCI)

FSCI assembles researchers, scholars, librarians, publishers, funders and research administrators to explore new developments in open science, knowledge creation and communication.  FSCI Courses range from basic orientations to advanced topics parsed by different domains/disciplines, with the goal to foster community-driven understanding and solutions for the latest trends, technologies, and opportunities that are transforming the way science and scholarship is conducted and communicated. Researchers “return home” from the summer institute with important skills training – but more broadly, are newly equipped with ideas, tools, and tactics for instigating change in their disciplines and at their institutions.

For the first time, FSCI have a course in their offerings directed at the Earth and Environmental Sciences and directly in an Australian hemisphere-friendly time zone. TERN is delivering two sessions in this course. TERN sessions in course T20 are 5 and 7 

The course is fee-paying and entries close on 7 July.