Lead by Ray Siemens (University of Victoria),  the Implementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE) Partnership is a North American-based research network with the goal of fostering open social scholarship: academic practice that enables the creation, dissemination, and engagement of open research by specialists and non-specialists. INKE has developed a number of initiatives (including the Open Scholarship Policy Observatory and the Canadian Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS) Commons) which further these goals. Constance Crompton is co-lead of the INKE Training and Mentorship cluster with Laura Estill (St. Francis Xavier University). #OpenSocialScholarship