By Elliott Bledsoe, Co-lead
Open Access is an important community within the wider open knowledge and culture movements, and CC Australia is proud to be a partner of the Australian Scholarly Communications Community of Practice (ASCCoP) with Open Access Australasia and the Council of Australian University Librarians (CAUL).
ASCCoP is calling for nominations from members for the following roles:
- Co-Convenors of the Australian Scholarly Communications Community of Practice
- Co-Convenors of the new ASCCoP subgroup Repositories, which will replace the CAUL Research Support CoP/CAIRRS group
- Co-Convenors of the new ASCCoP subgroup Diamond Journal Publishing.
Nominees are encouraged to refer to the Australian Scholarly Communications Community of Practice Charter for details of the CoP, including Co-Convenor roles and responsibilities.
Nominations will be accepted from today until
Friday 17 November the extended closing date of Friday 24 November 2024.
Nominations will be reviewed in reference to the ASCCoP Charter and a commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion.
Anyone in the CC Australia community that is not yet a member of ASCCoP and would like to be please email [email protected]. Questions about the Co-Convenor roles should be directed to [email protected] or [email protected].
Open Access Australasia is an institutional member of the CC Global Network and CC Australia.