• An overview of the Horizon 2020 and HEFCE policies on Open Access with emphasis on the upcoming REF 2020
  • Practical information about making publications and datasets Open Access
  • An opportunity to discuss Open Access with a range of stakeholders including funders, publishers, fellow researchers and librarians

    More details and registration info will be provided later.

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    Agenda

    Open Access in the next REF: Challenges and opportunities
    Ben Johnson, HE Policy Advisor, HEFCE
    Open Access Policy Implementation at Oxford
    Lucie Burgess, Bodlian Digital Library Systems and Services, University of Oxford
    The benefits to you (and your funder) of using ORA and ORA-Data
    Sally Rumsey, Bodlian Digital Library Systems and Services, University of Oxford
    Open Access support services at Oxford
    Juliet Ralph, Open Access Subject Librarian, Radcliffe Science Library, University of Oxford
    Open Access and Open Data in Horizon 2020
    Martin Donnelly, Digital Curation Centre, University of Edinburgh
    Zenodo: Research data in Horizon 2020
    Lars Holm Nielsen, IT Department, CERN
    An introduction to Europe PMC: a life sciences literature resource
    Michele Ide-Smith, User Experience Designer, European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI)
    ArXiv as a repository of record: Opportunities and challenges
    David Ruddy, Director of Scholarly Communication Services, Cornell University Library

    Where

    Keble College Oxford OX1 3PG

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    Organisers: University of Oxford
    Language: English

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