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[InetBib] OR2019 Registration Now Open and Jeff Gothelf Confirmed as Keynote

Liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen,

Open Repositories 2019 registration is open!

We are pleased to announce that registration is now open for the 14th 
International Conference on Open Repositories, OR2019: All the User Needs, June 
10-13th, 2019 in Hamburg, Germany.


Early Bird fee is €300 (until April 21, 2019)

Please sign up for workshops after registering, http://or2019.net/workshops

We are also proud to announce our keynote speakers for OR 2019!

Opening Keynote - Jeff Gothelf
Jeff Gothelf  is a designer, agile practitioner and a sought-after 
international speaker. Jeff is one of the leading voices in the UX community 
and an expert on Lean UX, which combines UX with agile principles.  Jeff is the 
author of the O’Reilly book, ”Lean UX: Applying lean principles to improve user 

Closing Keynote - Heather Piwowar
Heather Piwowar is a cofounder of Impactstory, the nonprofit company behind the 
Unpaywall database for Open Access discovery.  A longtime advocate for Open 
Science, Dr. Piwowar is also a leading researcher in research data availability 
and reuse, including a seminal paper measuring the citation benefit of publicly 
available research data.

Conference website: http://or2019.net/
Hashtag: #OpenRepo2019

We are looking forward to seeing you all in Hamburg,

Jyrki Ilva, Jessica Lindholm and Torsten Reimer
Chairs of the Program Committee OR19

Iris Vogel, Juliane Jacob, Hagen Peukert and Kai Wörner
Local Hosts OR19 Universität Hamburg

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