OR2017 will be in Brisbane, Australia
It has just been announced that next year’s Open Repositories will be held in Brisbane, Australia. Further details available here. Looking forward to the trip already!
One month to go!
Today (13th May) marks one month to go until OR2016 starts. Our workshops will run on the first day and are filling up fast. Make sure to register today to avoid disappointment. We look forward to seeing you in Dublin.
Conference Programme Released
Following the review process, the programme committee are delighted to publish the full agenda for this year’s conference. The conference opens with a day of workshops on Monday 13th. Tuesday through Thursday features a mix of plenary sessions, papers, panels and interest groups.
Registration for OR2016 is now open. The registration process will also allow you to book accommodation in a range of locations and price brackets if you wish. The early bird price is available if you register before 13th April.
The final deadline for submitting proposals to this year’s Open Repositories has been extended by a week to Monday 8th February. The deadline for the Scholarship Programme has also been extend to 8th February.
The closing date for the developer track has been set as Monday 7th March. The specific call for the dev track will be released early next week.
Céad Míle Fáilte
Trinity College Dublin, along with our collaborators in the Royal Irish Academy and University College Dublin are delighted to be hosting the 11th Annual Conference on Open Repositories from the 13th – 16th June 2016. We greatly look forward to welcoming you all to Trinity college dublin which plays host to OR2016.
2016 is an important year for ireland as it marks the 100th anniversary of the Easter Rising, a seminal moment in Irish history, which led several years later to Ireland’s independence from British rule. We have also reached a seminal moment in repositories and data management where we are moving from closed access silos to a world of open access, aggregation, interoperation and the eruption of the Internet of Things. We, the Open Repositories community, are leading this revolution and OR2016 will provide an excellent opportunity to reflect on progress to date and plan for the future.
A visit to the vibrant and welcoming city of Dublin offers a chance to see other parts of the country too. with a wealth of sights on Dublin’s doorstep it is the perfect base to explore. Ireland is simply one of the world’s best travel destinations. A landscape of stunning beauty, with a deep cultural and literary history, and warm welcoming people, have combined to earn us this reputation. A social programme can thus be guaranteed that will meet the highest standards.