Open science and the international challenges of university libraries

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Open science and the international challenges of university libraries

Time: October 28, 2016 from 1:30pm to 5pm
Country: Japan
Street: Gofuku
City/Town: Toyama City
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Hideki Uchijima
Latest Activity: Sep 28, 2016

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Event Description

1.Overview
The theme of Open Access Week 2016 is ‘Open in Action’. In Japan, the challenge of open access is not only to shift the main dissemination target to peer-reviewed papers (post-prints), but it is also reaching the stage of data curation with the call for open science. Therefore, we hold this workshop to seek ‘Action’ challenges for the repositories of open science age from the viewpoints of international communities’ activities.
2.Venue
Active Learning Zone & Presentation Zone, University of Toyama Central Library
3.Agenda
5. Agenda
・Presentation
‘The activities of COAR and the role of Japan for the next digital repository system”
Associate Prof. YAMAJI Kazutsuna (National Institute of Informatics)
*COAR=Confederation of Open Access Repositories
“The Implementation of OA policy at Kyoto University ”
Mr. SUZUKI Hideki (Librarian. Kyoto University Library)
“The future of the Institutional Repository Community in Japan”
Ms. SUZUKI Masako (Librarian. Shizuoka University Library)
・Discussion (Group Talk Session)
Facilitator
UCHIJIMA Hideki(The director. U. of Toyama Library)

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