OpenCon 2017

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OpenCon 2017 Application Form
OpenCon is the conference and community for students and early career academic professionals interested in advancing Open Access, Open Education and Open Data. OpenCon 2017 will be held on November 11-13 in Berlin, Germany. Each year, OpenCon brings together a diverse, representative, and engaged group of participants, with travel scholarships available to most participants. For this reason, attendance at OpenCon 2017 is by application only.

The benefits of applying for OpenCon 2017 extend far beyond attending the Berlin meeting. It’s an opportunity to find collaborators, get connected with scholarships to attend related conferences, and be recognized by the community for the work you do to promote Open Access, Open Education and Open Data. To find out more about OpenCon and our issue areas before applying, click here.

Note: Information you provide through this form is subject to the OpenCon Privacy Policy. Questions marked with a caret (^) will be released as de-identified Open Data, and we will ask you to acknowledge a CC0 public domain dedication. Participation in OpenCon is subject to our Code of Conduct. If you have questions, please visit our FAQ.

At anytime, you can save your partially completed application as a draft by clicking “Save for Later” at the bottom of this form. You will then receive a unique link where you can resume your partially completed application by August 1. All drafts will be considered final after that date.

Application Deadline: August 1, 2017

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