SCI 2014 Schedule

TriangleSCI-2014-Schedule[1] (link to pdf file–see below for full text)

#TriangleSCI trianglesci.org

Sunday,November 9, 2014

3:00pm to 5:00pm

Rizzo Center: McLean Hall / Loudermilk Hall

Arrival and registration

  • Participants who are staying overnight at the Rizzo Center should check in to their rooms at the reception desk in McLean Hall.
  • Check in to the Institute and pick up your badge and folder in Loudermilk Hall, outside Magnolia Room C.

5:00pm to 6:00pm

Rizzo Center: Loudermilk Hall, Magnolia Room C

Reception and opening remarks

  • Welcome – Kevin Smith
  • Opening remarks on SCI’s transition from the University of Virginia to theTriangle, and overall goals of the Institute – Steve Wheatley
  • Brief remarks on the schedule and logistics for the next few days – PaoloMangiafico

6:00pm to 7:30pm

Rizzo Center: Loudermilk Hall, Magnolia Room C

Dinner

Monday, November 10, 2014

8:30am to 9:00 am

Rizzo Center: McLean Hall, Meadowmont Room

Continental breakfast

9:00am to 9:30am

Rizzo Center: McLean Hall, Meadowmont Room

Introduction and overview of SCI

  • Introduction and opening remarks – Tom Scheinfeldt
  • Overview of the schedule and logistics for the next few days – PaoloMangiafico

9:30am to 10:30am

Rizzo Center: McLean Hall, Meadowmont Room

Introductions of participants – part 1

  • Round-robin introductions of all SCI participants.
  • Each person will have up to 3 minutes (it will be timed!) to say who you are,why you’re at SCI, and what you hope to accomplish.
  • The goal is mainly to put names to faces and to get a sense of who is inyour cohort. For more detailed background on the teams and their projects, see the information on the trianglesci.org web site and in your folder.

10:30am to 10:45am Break

10:45am to 12:00pm Introductions of participants – part 2

Rizzo Center: McLean • Continuation and conclusion of introductions. Hall, Meadowmont Room

12:00pm to 1:30pm

Rizzo Center: DuBose House

Lunch and free time

• A buffet lunch will be served in the DuBose House, across the street from McLean Hall.

1:30pm to 2:00pm Open Library of the Humanities

Rizzo Center: McLean • Brief presentation by Martin Paul Eve about Open Library of Humanities Hall, Meadowmont Room (https://www.openlibhums.org/), and a group discussion about the model.

2:00pm to 4:00pm

Rizzo Center: McLean Hall, Meadowmont Room

Team time – Charrette and Visioning Workshop

2:00-2:30 pm   Introductions

2:30-2:45 pm   The “Design Charrette” as a Visioning Model

2:45-4:00 pm   The Visioning Exercise

  • Team times are big blocks of time set aside for the teams to work on your own projects, however you see fit.
  • Each team will have an area of Meadowmont Room that “belongs” to you, but you are also welcome to move elsewhere at the Rizzo Center, meet outside, etc.
  • You are encouraged to leave traces of your work as you go. Leave post-it notes on the walls, tweet, keep a shared Google Doc, blog, etc. – make your work available to other participants in SCI, and to the public online if appropriate.
  • Make notes of issues you’d like to discuss with the broader group, and post those at the front of the room or give them to one of the facilitators.
  • Facilitators – SCI staff and participants who are not part of any SCI team – will move between the teams, listen, make suggestions, and aim to cross- pollinate between teams.

4:00pm to 5:00pm

Rizzo Center: McLean Hall, Meadowmont Room

Wrap up for the day, plan the next day

• Tom Scheinfeldt will lead a discussion of issues the teams are working on, and discuss plans for ongoing work the next day.

• We’ll use as a starting point common themes noted by the facilitators as they roamed among the teams, and issues noted by the teams for broader discussion.

5:00pm

End of programmed activities for the day

• There is a bar on-site at the Rizzo Center, and participants can self-organize group dinners off-site if they wish. Some recommended restaurants are included in your folder, along with information how to get there.

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

8:30am to 9:00 am Continental breakfast and announcements

Rizzo Center: McLean • Please attend even if you have already had breakfast, as this time will also Hall, Meadowmont Room be used for announcements for the day.

9:00am to 11:00am Team time

Rizzo Center: McLean • See notes from Monday team time. Hall, Meadowmont Room

9-10 a.m.: tasks include preparing for our team’s plenary session discussion. How do we want to lead the discussion? What do we want to present at the beginning about our project? Which makerspace tools do we want to introduce and help critique?   How do we want to help facilitate a discussion that uses our project as a starting point?

10-11 a.m.: After briefly reviewing the results of our charrette, our team conducts an initial critique of the tools and platforms that would enable collaborative makerspace creation: existing tools and electronic publishing platforms including Scalar, WordPress (including CommentPress and Commons in a Box), DH Press, HfE collaborative Chaco platform, Smashwords, Kindle, Open Journal Systems, BePress, Omeka, MediaWiki and Curatescape; online communities that move beyond the constraints of academia, such as HASTAC.

11:00am to 12:00pm

Rizzo Center: McLean Hall, Meadowmont Room

Plenary discussion: Focus on Team 1 project / discussion of common themes

  • The plenary discussions are when all SCI participants come together for a discussion of broad themes and issues of common interest.
  • There is a plenary session dedicated to each of the five teams, where the team can be at the front of the room, and, along with the facilitators, lead a discussion in which their project is the starting point and primary source of questions and examples for discussion.
  • This is not a time for the focus team to talk only about their project, but an opportunity for teams to get a wider perspective on issues and challenges facing their project, and to draw on the experience of the whole group.

12:00pm to 1:30pm

Rizzo Center: DuBose House

Lunch and free time

• A buffet lunch will be served in the DuBose House, across the street from McLean Hall.

1:30pm to 3:00pm Team time

Rizzo Center: McLean • See notes from Monday team time. Hall, Meadowmont Room

Discussion and diagramming session draws from our critique of tools and platforms to the larger goals outlined during the charrette. Ideally our plenary session will take place on Tuesday, 3-4 p.m. or on Wednesday, 10-11 a.m.

Plan A. If our plenary session is on Tuesday afternoon, we will focus mainly on refining our plenary session discussion prompts and continuing our discussion about outcomes of our exploration this morning of tools and platforms.

Plan B.   If our plenary session is Wednesday morning, we will focus mainly on continuing our discussion about outcomes of our exploration this morning of tools and platforms, and devote Wednesday 9-10 a.m. on refining our plenary session discussion prompts

3:00pm to 4:00pm

Rizzo Center: McLean Hall, Meadowmont Room

Plenary discussion: Focus on Team 2 project / discussion of common themes

• See notes from Plenary discussion on Tuesday morning.

4:00pm to 5:00pm Wrap up for the day, plan the next day

Rizzo Center: McLean • See notes from wrap up on Monday afternoon. Hall, Meadowmont Room

5:00pm

End of programmed activities at the Rizzo Center

5:30pm to 6:00pm

Travel time to National Humanities Center

  • The National Humanities Center is usually about a 15-20 minute drive from the Rizzo Center (see map and directions in your folder), but given that this will be during rush hour, it may take 30 minutes or more to get there.
  • If you do not have your own vehicle to get to the National Humanities Center, please check with other participants who are local, or with SCI staff, to get a ride with one of them.

6:00pm to 8:00pm

National Humanities Center, Research Triangle Park

Reception at the National Humanities Center

  • This is an opportunity for you to mingle with colleagues who are also on the leading edge of change in scholarship, technology, and scholarly communication.
  • In addition to SCI participants, the reception will be attended by fellows and staff of the National Humanities Center, and other invited guests from the Research Triangle community, including university leaders (provosts, vice- provosts, deans, directors), faculty, and staff of the libraries, presses, humanities centers, and other organizations at nearby universities.
  • There will be brief remarks by Elizabeth C. Mansfield, Vice President for Scholarly Programs at the National Humanities Center, Deborah Jakubs, Rita DiGiallonardo Holloway University Librarian & Vice Provost for Library Affairs, and Donald J. Waters, Senior Program Officer for Scholarly Communications at the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

8:30am to 9:00 am Continental breakfast and announcements

Rizzo Center: McLean • Please attend even if you have already had breakfast, as this time will also Hall, Meadowmont Room be used for announcements for the day.

9:00am to 10:00am Team time

Rizzo Center: McLean • See notes from Monday team time. Hall, Meadowmont Room

 If our plenary session was on Tuesday afternoon, we will spend this session continuing our discussion from Tuesday morning about  tools and platforms; If our plenary session is this morning, we will spend this hour refining our plenary session discussion prompts.

10:00am to 11:00am

Rizzo Center: McLean Hall, Meadowmont Room

Plenary discussion: Focus on Team 3 project / discussion of common themes

• See notes from Plenary discussion on Tuesday morning.

11:00am to 12:00pm

Rizzo Center: McLean Hall, Meadowmont Room

Plenary discussion: Focus on Team 4 project / discussion of common themes

• See notes from Plenary discussion on Tuesday morning.

12:00pm to 1:30pm

Rizzo Center: DuBose House

Lunch and free time

• A buffet lunch will be served in the DuBose House, across the street from McLean Hall.

1:30pm to 3:00pm Team time

Rizzo Center: McLean • See notes from Monday team time. Hall, Meadowmont Room

(1:30-2p) Finalize our ‘reporting out’ presentation

(2-3p) Discuss implementation of our future goals. What are our short term goals, and what are our longer term goals? How can we model our Makerspace? Where will we share our ideas?

3:00pm to 4:00pm

Rizzo Center: McLean Hall, Meadowmont Room

Plenary discussion: Focus on Team 5 project / discussion of common themes

• See notes from Plenary discussion on Tuesday morning.

4:00pm to 5:00pm

Rizzo Center: McLean Hall, Meadowmont Room

Wrap up for the day, re-connect with broad themes

• See notes from wrap up on Monday afternoon.

5:00pm

End of programmed activities at the Rizzo Center

• There is a bar on-site at the Rizzo Center, and participants can self-organize group dinners off-site if they wish. Some recommended restaurants are included in your folder, along with information how to get there.

Thursday, November 13, 2014

8:30am to 9:00 am

Rizzo Center: McLean Hall, Meadowmont Room

Continental breakfast and announcements

• Please attend even if you have already had breakfast, as this time will also be used for announcements for the day.

9:00am to 11:00am

Rizzo Center: McLean Hall, Meadowmont Room

Reporting out

  • This morning’s session will be attended by the SCI Advisory Panel, in addition to the participants of the previous three days of the Institute.
  • Each team will have about 20 minutes to report out on their SCI project, broken down roughly like this:

o 5 minutes: elevator speech – summarize your project and convince the audience why it’s important and why it should move forward.

o 10 minutes: what you learned, and what your plans are for next steps.

o 5 minutes: concluding Q&A regarding each team’s project and themes.

11:00am to 12:00pm

Rizzo Center: McLean Hall, Meadowmont Room

SCI Conclusion

  • A group discussion, led by Tom Scheinfeldt and other facilitators, of overall themes from the past few days, open questions, ongoing challenges, possible next steps, possible themes for next year, review of what worked well and what participants would change for future Institutes.
  • Concluding remarks by Deborah Jakubs and Don Waters.

12:00pm

End of 2014 Scholarly Communication Institute

  • Please remember to complete the post-Institute evaluation survey (http://bit.ly/2014-post-SCI-survey) to provide information on your SCI experience and help us improve future Institutes.
  • Please let SCI staff <scholcomm-institute@duke.edu> know about any followup communications or ongoing work you do related to your participation in the Institute, so we can include it on the SCI web site and keep going conversations that were started here.

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