What is Open Access Week?
Open Access Week, an international event held each year for the last 6 years, is an opportunity for the scientific community to learn about and discuss the stakes and the potential of open access.
Who can participate?
University instructors, researchers, students and anyone who wants to publish their results so that they can be read and shared.
You, too, can participate in Open Access Week and contribute to opening access to scientific knowledge!
Open Access 2013
Open Access Week 2013 Events
"Open Access for All"
- 18h-18h30: Introduction : from open access to participatory science
- 18h30: Roundtable : open Research to citizens
- 19h30: Open Buffet
"Open Access for Research"
- 18h-18h30: Open Access: news and ongoing debates
18h30-19h: Open Access: The publisher's costs
- Agnès Henri @EDPSciences
- 19h-20h: Roundtable : Open Acess, from PhD student to researcher
- 20h: Open Buffet
"Open Access and new communication tools"
- 18h15-18h45: Digital Humanities
- 18h45-19h15: Social Networks and Open Access
- 19h15-20h15: Towards new research practices?
- 20h15: Open buffet
"Scientific Social Networks"
18h: Open buffet
- Laurence Bianchini @BianchiniPhD
"Open Access : Politics and Scientific Innovation"
- 12h-13h: Talks & discussion over lunch
Workshops: “Open Access in Practice” - 22, 23 & 24 OctoberThe URFIST of Paris (Regional Unit for Training in Scientific and Technical Information), the CCSD (Centre for Direct Scientific Communication) and the BUPMC (Library of the University Pierre and Marie Curie) are offering the following practical workshops of one hour:
- The Economic Models: Green, Gold, Who Pays?
- Contribute to Open Access: How to Submit Your Articles to the Open Archive HAL
2012 - MSW organizes the first Open Access Week in Paris
You want to join in the organization of Open Access Week 2013?contact(at)mysciencework(dot)com
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