Invest in Open Infrastructure

An effort to enable durable, scalable, and long lasting open scientific and scholarly infrastructure to emerge, thrive, and deliver its benefits on a global scale.

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Schmidt Futures Supports Invest in Open Infrastructure

07 October 2019

We are thrilled to announce that Invest in Open Infrastructure (IOI) has been generously supported with an award of 150k USD from Schmidt Futures, a philanthropic initiative founded by Eric and Wendy Schmidt. IOI is an effort to enable durable, scalable, and long lasting open scientific and scholarly infrastructure to emerge, thrive, and deliver its benefits on a global scale. With this support, IOI will soon be opening the search for a Director to coordinate our global coalition of projects, organizations, and initiatives actively working to build a sustainable future for open scholarly infrastructure.

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Educopia Releases “Mapping the Scholarly Communication Landscape – 2019 Census” Report and Data Visualizations

20 June 2019

[Reposted from Educopia] We are pleased to announce a new report released by Educopia Publications, “Mapping the Scholarly Communication Landscape – 2019 Census.” The paper, authored by Katherine Skinner (Educopia) and edited by David Lewis, Mike Roy, and Melanie Schlosser, is the product of an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation-funded project, “Mapping the Scholarly Communication Infrastructure,” led by Middlebury College (2018-2020).

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Webinar: Invest in Open Infrastructure Launches

28 May 2019

View a recording and download slides from the 28 May webinar to hear about the Invest in Open Infrastructure project from members of the community and learn how you can get involved. Speakers include Arianna Becerril García from Redalyc, Maurice York from the University of Michigan, and David W. Lewis.

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Invest in Open Infrastructure Launches

14 May 2019

Today we are announcing the formation of Invest In Open Infrastructure (IOI) a global initiative to increase the availability and sustainability of open knowledge infrastructure.

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