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OpenCon Cambridge 2016

Register now for the second annual satellite event of the international OpenCon conference, focused on open access, open data and open education.
When Nov 24, 2016
from 09:30 AM to 05:00 PM
Where Betty and Gordon Moore Library, Cambridge
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Everyone is welcome, and the theme this year is ‘Building Impact Through Openness’.

The exciting line up of speakers includes Erin McKiernan, Professor at University of Mexico and Open Scholarship advocate, Duncan Green from Oxfam and Hannah Hope from the Wellcome Trust. 

The event will bring together open activists from across the University and surrounding areas (including industry, civil service and research institutes), to share the skills and initiatives that are currently underway in Cambridge, and build momentum for change together.

Lunch is included, along with morning and afternoon coffee and a wine reception. Cost: £5. Register here.

Connect on Twitter @OpenConCam and through the hashtag #OpenConCam2016.

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