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[InetBib] Call for Papers: Open Repositories 2022

Call for Proposals - Open Repositories 2022
6th - 9th June Denver, Colorado, USA
Deadline 28th February 2022

The 17th International Conference on Open Repositories, OR2022, will be held in 
Denver, Colorado, USA from June 6th to June 9th, 2022. The organizers are 
pleased to invite you to contribute to the program. The conference theme is:

Building Trust Together: Integrating, Collaborating & Sharing
How can we build networks of trust by integrating and collaborating? How do we 
collaboratively integrate user communities and new types and sources of data?

Invitation to participate:
OR2022 will provide an opportunity to explore and reflect on the ways 
repositories enable trust, integration, collaboration and sharing. It will give 
participants new insights and inspiration, which will play a key role in 
developing, supporting and sharing an open agenda and open tools for research 
and scholarship.

We particularly welcome proposals on the overall theme of “Building Trust 
Together”, and also on other administrative, organizational or practical topics 
related to digital repositories.

We are interested in the following sub-themes:

Integrating repositories and other platforms: Institutional & Domain 
repositories, PID services, CRIS, Digipres, Scholarly workflow, funder 
services, etc.

Integrating content: novel or complex formats, data types & sources: Citizen 
Science data, gatekeeping and trust for uncurated data, Open Government Data, 
Wikimedia and web data, emerging formats, mediation and ownership of augmented 
data, etc.

Collaborations & Communities: Repository networks, registries, federated 
services, integrating new user communities and bridging diverse user 
communities, Cultural Heritage data and Research data, sharing and co-creation 
and supporting non-academic use, financial/cultural and language barriers, 
supporting local communities and local knowledge, etc.

Trust in the machine: Linked data, big data, the machine as a user, large and 
complex datasets, simulation and large-scale computation, new technologies 
(IIIF, Blockchain), visualisations, etc.
Building Trust: Tackling Bias,  democratizing science, long-term preservation 
and repository certification, Safeguarding rights, FAIR & CARE principles, 
compliance with local legislation and with funder and publisher policies, Open 
Governance, business models and sustainability, Repositories in the “fake news” 
era, etc.

Supporting Reproducible Research: Repositories in the broader open research 
ecosystem, services for reproducibility of research, repositories as digital 
humanities and open science platforms, national and international open data 
mandates, etc.

Discovery, Use, Reuse and Impact: Metrics, assessment, bibliometrics, 
altmetrics, analytics, open citations, licences and reuse conditions, 
increasing content visibility and findability, aggregation serves, impact 
outside of the academic context, etc.

Building Future Repositories: Next Gen Repositories, the Pubfair framework and 
new models, repurposing the repository, the repository role in global 
challenges and societal change - Global warming, pandemic response, remote 
working, etc.

Deadline for submissions is the 28th February 2022.
Registration will open by the end of March 2022.

Submission Process
The Program Committee has provided templates to use for submissions (see below 
for links). Please use the submission template, and then submit through 
ConfTool https://www.conftool.net/or2022 where you will be asked to provide 
additional information (such as primary contact and the conference subtheme 
your submission best fits).

The submission system will be launched later this week at 

Fellowship Programme
OR2022 will again run a Fellowship Programme, which will enable us to provide 
support for a small number of full registered places (including any additional 
social events e.g. poster reception and conference dinner) for the conference 
in Denver. The programme is open to librarians, repository managers, developers 
and researchers in digital libraries and related fields. Applicants submitting 
a proposal for the conference will be given priority consideration for funding. 
Full details and an application form will shortly be available on the 
conference website.

Key Dates

17th January 2022 - Call For Papers published
20th January 2022 - Submission system opens
28th February 2022 - Deadline for submission
25th March 2022 - Notification of acceptance of workshops
31st March 2022 - Registration opens
8th April 2022 - All submissions notified of acceptance
6th June 2022 - Conference starts
9th June 2022 - Conference ends

Program Co-Chairs
Kathryn Cassidy, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Chad Hutchens, University of Wyoming, USA
Harish Maringanti, University of Utah, USA
Contact:  or2022-program-chairs@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Local Hosts
George Machovec, Executive Director, Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries, 
Beth Denker, E-Resource Licensing and Administrative Manager, Colorado Alliance 
of Research Libraries, USA
Andrew Johnson, Associate Professor, Director, Data and Scholarly Communication 
Services Initiative, University Libraries, University of Colorado Boulder, USA

Website and Social Media
Website: https://or2022.openrepositories.org/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/OpenRepos
Hashtag: #openrepos2022
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ORConference


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