The University of Kansas Libraries is partnering with Mozilla to bring the Mozilla Working Open Workshop (WOW) to Kansas on October 16-17. At this workshop you will engage with tools and strategies to:
- Increase your visibility and impact
- Enable you to tell the stories embedded in your work
- Practice project management using GitHub
- Enhance your collaboration skills and opportunities
The detailed agenda, location, and a link to registration are available at https://mozillascience.github.io/WOW-Kansas/
You can also register directly through EventBrite:
A refundable deposit of $20 is required to hold your space in this workshop. This fee will be fully refunded to you when you attend the workshop or cancel your registration at least 24 hours prior to the start day and time. If you do not attend the workshop and do not cancel at least 24 hours prior to the workshop start time, you will not be eligible for the refund.
The second day of the workshop will be immediately followed by a reception celebrating Open Access Week and a keynote by Stephanie Wright, Mozilla Science Lab Program Lead.
Mozilla Science Lab is a project of the Mozilla Foundation, supporting open science research, software, and project development globally. This event is hosted by KU Libraries and will take place on the KU Lawrence campus at the Kansas Union, Jayhawk Room.
If you have any questions, you can contact Jamene Brooks-Kieffer at jamenebk at ku dot edu.