This three-year Strategic Plan describes how the Steering Committee and IOI Leadership see our path towards making open infrastructure a competitive, viable, and cost-effective choice for institutions. It lays out five key goals, each with its underlying rationale and key objectives.
Kaitlin Thaney29 posts
We are excited to share that Invest in Open Infrastructure (IOI) has been awarded a 3-year, $3.47M grant from Arcadia – a charitable fund of Lisbet Rausing and Peter Baldwin. This grant will accelerate IOI’s work to increase investment, adoption, and sustainability of open infrastructure.
Join us on June 30th for our third conversation titled Ensuring Accountability and Oversight in Open Infrastructure. We’ll hear from experts in the field on how they are working to ensure accountability and oversight of data, technology, and infrastructure in academia, research, and beyond.
Earlier this month, we hosted a conversation on maintenance and the labor of open infrastructure, a dialog designed to dig into issues surrounding the underlying labor required to develop, maintain, and sustain open source technologies. Video of this discussion is now available.
Back in May, we launched a webinar series to explore some of the key findings from our research over the past year as part of the Future of Open Scholarship project. Video of our first call on technical resilience is now live!