Register for Year of Open Science talk and Q&A with Martin Halbert, NSF, April 19

Martin Halbert, science adviser for public access, National Science Foundation, gives a talk titled Federal Public Access Requirements, Repositories, and the Year of Open Science.

Wednesday, April 19, 10-11 a.m. Livestream and limited in-person seating by advance registration: Brody Learning Commons, Room 2040

Register here.

The 2022 Office of Science and Technology Policy's "Nelson memo" on new public access requirements for federally funded research has led to a new and more detailed focus on requirements for repositories of all kinds. New opportunities for repositing data and other innovative research outputs have raised new considerations for both nonprofit and commercial repositories. Dr. Martin Halbert, science adviser for public access at the National Science Foundation, will discuss these topics, emerging guidance, and interagency coordination efforts in the recent declaration of 2023 as the Year of Open Science.

Presented by the Sheridan Libraries' Digital Research and Curation Center.