Berlin Open Access Week Event

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Berlin Open Access Week Event

Time: October 22, 2014 from 7pm to 9pm
Country: Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society
Street: Bebelplatz 1
City/Town: Berlin
Event Type: networking
Organized By: De Gruyter Open, ScienceOpen, Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society
Latest Activity: Oct 17, 2014

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Event Description

In keeping with the theme of this year’s Open Access Week of «Generation Open», this Berlin event is for Earlier Career Researchers and anyone else who is young at heart!

It has a participative format that comprises:

  • Moderated un-conference where the audience talks and asks questions
  • Simple event theme, we picked #OpenAccess – it’s up to all of us Lightning talks that anyone can give, 5 image slides in 5 minutes
  • Time to chat and mingle over a drink and something to eat
  • A cool venue

Schedule

Here’s what we’ve got planned for the evening:

8 mins relax with a drink, a snack and »What is OA?” video by Jorge Cham (PhD Comics), Nick Shockey (Right to Research) and Jonathan Eisen (UCD)
10 minutes un-conference OA topic selection by audience
20 minute topic discussion with moderation (your host for the evening, Stephanie!)
10 minutes grab another drink (alcoholic or non), stave off hunger with nibbles
40 minutes lightning talks, »#OpenAccess – it’s up to all of us”
End with greeting old friends and making some new ones

Slides for your lightning talk (5 image based slies) should be sent to sarah.goodrum@scienceopen.com no later than Monday October 20th.

Registration

The event is free but seats are limited. So don’t hesitate and register via Eventbrite and invite your friends on Facebook.

Organisers

The event is a collaboration between ScienceOpen, LabFolder, De Gruyter Open and the Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society.

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