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Call for Proposals: Lessons for Librarians in Open Science Principles and Methods 2023 – 2024

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    Christopher
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    The UCLA Library is excited to announce a call for proposals
    for the second year (2024) cohort
    of “Lessons
    for Librarians in Open Science Principles and Methods
    .” This two-year
    project (2022–2024), funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services
    (IMLS), aims to develop and refine seven lessons each year (totaling 14
    lessons) through sequential summer workshops. We successfully completed the
    first year of the project and now we are calling for proposals for the
    coming year (2023-2024).
    We are seeking lesson proposals for synchronous instruction in both
    in-person and virtual settings. Each completed lesson should be 90 minutes
    to 3 hours in duration. We strongly prefer proposals utilizing open
    resources, such as open-source tools and software, which are accessible to
    all. The submission deadline is January 31st, 2024, with award
    announcements by April 30th, 2024. More details are available on our
    project website .
    Award recipients or groups will receive $5,000 for developing a lesson,
    with specific disbursement details dependent on their institution.
    Additionally, we will offer summer workshops in 2024 to equip awardees with
    the necessary skills for lesson development. The UCLA Library Data Science
    Center will provide technical support for publishing these lessons.
    For any queries, please contact ***@***.***, or visit our
    website for more information and FAQs.
    This project is made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and
    Library Services RE–252335-OLS–22
    .

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