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* Want to see what people did last year for ideas for this year? Check out last year's archive.

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Open Access Week 2014 Kick Off Event at the World Bank: Generation Open at Washington, DC

October 20, 2014 from 3pm to 4pm
On Monday, October 20th, from 3:00 to 4:00pm EDT, SPARC and the World Bank will co-host the official kickoff event for International Open Access Week 2014 with a reception to follow.  The event will be held at the headquarters of the World Bank in Washington, DC with a live webcast for online participation around the world.The program will focus on this year’s theme of “Generation Open.” Speakers will discuss the importance of students and early career researchers in the transition to Open…See More
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Webinar: Changing Publishing landscape at https://australia.webex.com/australia/onstage/g.php?t=a&d=867202631

October 23, 2014 from 12:30pm to 1:30pm
RegisterPublishing in all its forms is changing. There are new open access publishing models, open options for monographs, hybrid membership models for institutions and so much more. The panel will discuss what is happening in this space, both at their home institutions and abroad, and what the future might bring.…See More
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Webinar: understanding publisher agreements at https://australia.webex.com/australia/onstage/g.php?t=a&d=862060020

October 22, 2014 from 2:30pm to 3:30pm
RegisterMartin Borchert from QUT will explore the world of publisher agreements. He will cover what agreements usually ask for and permit. He will discuss what is required – a licence to publish. He will explore alternative copyright options including CC and copyright addenda. He will explain what Creative Commons and why you should consider it. Martin will discuss that authors can do about…See More
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Webinar: Funder OA Policies and Resquirements at https://australia.webex.com/australia/onstage/g.php?t=a&d=868176357

October 22, 2014 from 12:30pm to 1:30pm
RegisterPaula Callan (QUT) and Catherine New (Curtin University) will explore Open Access policies worldwide. They will update you on the NH&MRC and/ or ARC policies around open access, including requirements for data management and sharing plans in grant applications. They will explore the use of grant money to pay APCs (article processing charges) as well as look at government data and…See More
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Webinar: Open Access 101 at Canberra, Australia

October 21, 2014 from 12:30pm to 1:30pm
 RegisterIn this webinar Anna Daniel from Griffith University will explore the basics of open access. She will explain what is meant by green, gold and hybrid open access publishing. The differences between Accepted Version an Publisher version will be described. You will discover how to determine green open access rules for prominent journals in a given field. You will discover where to find…See More
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Open Access Zimbabwe

From generations of backward kingdoms, to the current high-tech societies with leading resourcification of the world, Africa opens it doors of knowledge sharing to the world. Africa is part of the Open Access week as it has a lot of resources, both online and offline, that it wants the world to realise.See More
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Workshop WP5: Policy guidelines for open access and data preservation and dissemination workshop — 25 September 2014, Meervart Conference Center, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

The RECODE project invites you to participate in its final, policy recommendations workshop in Amsterdam on the 25 September 2014. RECODE has provided a forum for European stakeholders in the open access ecosystem to work together on common solutions. The project will culminate in a series of over-arching recommendations for a policy framework to support open access to European research data.

This final workshop is addressed to policy-makers and decision-makers within the following…

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Posted by Vasso Kalaitzi on September 11, 2014 at 6:06am

UPR-EGCTI celebrará la Semana del Acceso Abierto 2014 / UPR-GSIST will celebrate Open Access Week 2014

ESCUELA GRADUADA DE CIENCIAS Y TECNOLOGÍAS DE LA INFORMACIÓN

 

La Escuela Graduada de Ciencias y Tecnologías de la Informacion, en la Universidad…

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Ideas and tips you need to pull off a great Open Access Week

Open Access Week is drawing ever closer, now a mere 7 weeks away and this year it promises to be bigger and better than ever. The week has grown in just a few short years from students on just a handful of campuses working together, into a truly international event. This year the week’s spotlight is on young people with the theme “Generation Open”. The week will celebrate the mammoth contribution we’ve made to the Open Access movement, but also the address the unique…

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Openaccess week 2014.

Together, let's promote Openaccess.

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Dear Friends,Some of my  library science professional friends and me  have planned to organize one day awareness programme on Open Access for Librarians and for faculty members at Chennai, India .…Continue

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We are going to establish open access Nepal. We are very interested to share our work for everybody. Continue

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