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Building Strong Policies towards an Enabling Open Access Environment

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Building Strong Policies towards an Enabling Open Access Environment

Time: October 27, 2021 all day
Country: Cameroon
Street: 31066
City/Town: Yaoundé
Website or Map: https://goo.gl/maps/axxRaFKVZ…
Phone: 680795542
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: ESSTIC - APSOHA - ADLSN - LIBSENSE
Latest Activity: Oct 26

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Event Description

For the International Open Access Week 2021, the “École Supérieure des Sciences et Techniques de l’information et de la Communication” (ESSTIC) is organizing a workshop on: Building Strong Policies towards an Enabling Open Access Environment. The workshop will focus on the ESSTIC OA Institutional Policy, built from the Libsense model.

Registration 

To attend the event, please register here:  https://wacren.zoom.us/meeting/register/u5YuceupqTksGNYgOXi-6tl7ZDyzfRvftTgJ

Guest Speakers: 

  1. Dr Esther Olembe, Director of the National Archives of Cameroon I Coordinator of the Francophone Digital Network for Central Africa and the Great Lakes I Head of Department of Library and information studies, ESSTIC
  2. Omo Oaiya, Libsense, Chief Strategy Officer in WACREN I lead of the LIBSENSE initiative
  3. Mme Marie Sophie Dipoundje Madiba, President of "Association Internationale Francophone des Bibliothécaires et des Documentalistes".
  4. Mme Bawack, African Digital Library Support Network (ADLSN), Librarian-University of Yaounde I.
  5. Zakari Liré, Lead of the "Centre d'information et de Documentation du CAMES (CID-CAMES) 
  6. Dr Thomas Mboa, President of Association pour la Promotion de la Science Ouverte en Haïti et en Afrique (APSOHA) I Assistant Coordinator of the documentation resources center, ESSTIC

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