OpenCon 2015 Highlights
OpenCon 2015 had amazing talks, panels, workshops and unconference sessions. We've collected them all below. Please spend some time exploring and sharing them.
Wear Open on your Sleve - Mike Eisen
Jimmy Wales and Wikipedia
My Pledge to be Open (yeah, how's that going) - Erin Mckiernan
Open Science at CERN - Epic Open Wins Panel Part 1
Open Government Partnerships - Epic Open Wins Panel Part 2
The ContentMine and Copyright Reform - Epic Open Wins Panel Part 3
SciELO as a powerful model for Open Access - Epic Open Wins Panel Part 4
Open Access at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation - Epic Open Wins Panel Part 5
Open Science in High-Energy Physics - Salvatore Mele
The enclosure of scholarly infrastructure - Geoffrey Bilder
Making Open the Default - Bjorn Brembs
Flipping Humanities Journals with the OLH - Martin Eve
OOOCanada - Next Generation Panel Part 1
Open Access Nepal - Next Generation Panel Part 2
Open Access at Fulbright - Next Generation Panel Part 3
SESS and Open Education advocacy - Next Generation Panel Part 4
Day Two saw our unconference and project presentations. You can read and build on the sessions and notes from unconference sessions here, simply find a session your interested in and view the "sesion notes". You can explore the projects presented here.
Open Education - Policy and Practice
What's Driving Predatory Open Access? - Evaluation Panel Part 1
The REF: the largest research evaluation system in the world - Evaluation Panel Part 2
Alternative metrics for evaluating researchers - Evaluation Panel Part 3
Q/A and Discussion - Evaluation Panel Part 4
Correcting Copywrongs - Julia Reda
The EU System Explained - Advocacy Panel Part 1
Aligning Open Science Policy in the EU - Advocacy Panel Part 2
Open Education Policy in the EU - Advocacy Panel Part 3
How to do Advocacy in the EU and Q/A - Advocacy Panel Part 4
Want even more?
If you want every video from OpenCon we've made a playlist just for you. Other resources, including videos from 2014, can be found on the resources page.