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Activities by e-ciencia project (Comunidad de Madrid, Spain) for OAW2010

The e-ciencia open access project -in which public regional administration, public universities in Madrid and the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) cooperate for promotion of open access and development of IRs- is organising a set of activities for OAW2010, http://bit.ly/d3Hqz1 (English version).


Main event will be a round table on open access to be held on Wed Oct 20th with scholars from different institutions that belong to the e-ciencia project. There is an interesting list of topics for debating with researchers, such as:

  • growing Open Access contents: great, but what about their quality?
  • policies for Open Access promotion: do we really need mandates?
  • copyright and Open Access: not as controversial as often thought
  • research information infrastructure arising from Open Access professional networks: usage statistics, author identifiers, linked open data
  • Open Access to research data: a great challenge, a great opportunity

The round table -to be held in Spanish- will be webcasted, and followers will be able to submit questions or suggest topics via twitter.


All info on this and other activities organised by e-ciencia or subsidiary institutions may be found at:

http://www.madrimasd.org/English/RDinformation/escience/Open-Access...

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Comment by FERNANDO ALONSO FALCÓN on October 21, 2010 at 9:58pm
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