Ville Sarimaa
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OA Week at Griffith University at Griffith University Library

October 22, 2012 at 12pm to October 26, 2012 at 2pm
From 12 - 2pm at each campus library staff will be on hand to answer your queries regarding open access, copyright and archiving for your publications and data at Griffith. Monday 22nd October - Logan Tuesday 23rd October - Southbank Wednesday 24th October - Gold Coast Thursday 25th October - Nathan Friday 26th October - Mount GravattSee More
Oct 15, 2012
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Open Access Australia

Open Access Australia links Australian academics and librarians interested in furthering OA in their institutions
Jun 26, 2012
Ville Sarimaa is now a member of Open Access Week
Jun 25, 2012

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Are you participating in OAWeek 2018? (You can update this later)
Yes--definitely!
First name
Ville
Last name
Sarimaa
Organization/institution name
Griffith University
Type of institution
Academic Institution
What's your position?
Technologist
What's the level of OA awareness where you are?
Medium
What are your goals for OA Week?
To help educate our staff, students, researchers and other repository users about OA and create a better understanding and awareness.

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