March 2022


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**Apologies for cross posting**

We’re delighted to share news of our upcoming virtual events next month:

Monthly webinar — free for NISO members

Grants: Support for Writing and Application

Wednesday, April 13, 11.00am - 12.30pm Eastern Daylight Time (US/Canada)

Valuable library staff time and resources are poured into the
grant-application process, which is an increasingly critical element of
their researchers’ work. This roundtable discussion will bring together
information professionals to talk about the challenges they face, the tools
and resources that are available, and the trends they see in this context.
Confirmed speakers include Gillian Harrison Cain, Atla; Bess de Farber,
Author of Creating Fundable Grant Proposals; Mitch Fraas, Kislak Center for
Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of
Pennsylvania; and Carly Strasser, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.

Register here
(includes an unlimited number of attendees from your organization)

Training series — discounts for NISO members

Working with Scholarly APIs

Weekly from Thursday, April 28 - June 16, 11.00am - 12.30pm Eastern
Daylight Time (US/Canada)

Early bird registration is open now for our next training series, which
will focus on working with APIs in workflow integrations for scholarly
publishing and application development. This eight-week course is intended
to provide consistency of training and a baseline of knowledge on APIs that
use the HTTP REST paradigm for scholarly resources across multiple
information services and systems. The course moderator is Phill Jones,
Cooperative <>, and confirmed guest
lecturers include: Helene Draux, Digital Science; Patricia Feeney,
Crossref; Jordan Holt, ORCID; Jason Priem, OpenAlex; and Martin Szomszor,
Electric Data Solutions. More details will be available on the event page
in the coming weeks.

Early bird registration open through April 14

Please see our events page <> for more
information, including updates on confirmed speakers.

Best wishes

The NISO Team


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