2020 Vision : Making your research output compliant | FOSTER
  • 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 Link 1  
    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 Link 1  
    Open Access support services at Oxford
    Juliet Ralph, Open Access Subject Librarian, Radcliffe Science Library, University of Oxford Link 1  
    Open Access and Open Data in Horizon 2020
    Martin Donnelly, Digital Curation Centre, University of Edinburgh Link 1  
    Zenodo: Research data in Horizon 2020
    Lars Holm Nielsen, IT Department, CERN Link 1  
    An introduction to Europe PMC: a life sciences literature resource
    Michele Ide-Smith, User Experience Designer, European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI) Link 1  
    ArXiv as a repository of record: Opportunities and challenges
    David Ruddy, Director of Scholarly Communication Services, Cornell University Library Link 1  

    Where

    Keble College, Oxford OX1 3PG

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    Organisers: University of Oxford
    Language: English

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    Details of the full programme for this event are at www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/science/2020-vision.