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Open Science: Following the Roadmap for Research – Focus on Inclusiveness – Nov. 16, 2021

Session Description

November 16, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

This is the third session in the University of Toronto Libraries (UTL) hosted virtual series, Open Science: Following the Roadmap for Research, for the month of November. Each session is guided by one of the 5 principles of open scholarship as outlined in the "Roadmap for Open Science", published by the Government of Canada (Feb. 2020). This session will Focus on Inclusiveness. 

Open science can only truly be attained with the promotion of, and commitment to, inclusion and diversity in scientific research and publishing. This session will explore initiatives that, by embracing the Open Science principle of inclusiveness, encourage new, vibrant voices to surface in the scientific community.

Moderator: Graeme Slaght, Acting Head, Scholarly Communications and Copyright Office, University of Toronto


  • Robyn Rowe, Staff scientist at ICES Central; Indigenous Data Team Lead for Health Data Research Network, Canada
  • Cecile Petitgand, Coordinator, "Access to Data" initiative of the National Table of Research Directors, Ministry of Health and Social Services; Associate Professor, School of Public Health, University of Montreal

Audience: Open to all University of Toronto faculty, students and staff from all disciplines across the tri-campus.


November 16, 2021
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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