Danish Open Access Week 2022 - Oct 24-28
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The Danish Network for Open Access is proud to be able to invite academic staff and students to join a number of webinars on Open Access. The webinars are arranged in connection with the international Open Access Week. Further down you can read more about the programme and sign up for the individual webinars.
Parallel archiving, Article Processing Charges (APC), Diamond, embargoes – there are many terms in play when one talks about Open Access to research publications and teaching materials, so regardless of whether one is a researcher or student, one can quickly lose sight of what is what in this field.
The Danish Network for Open Access has therefore organized a number of webinars that aim to demystify and explain the meaning of Open Access. This is the Danish contribution to the annual international Open Access Week.
The programme addresses both researchers (academic staff) and students, and the individual webinars will cover all aspects of the Open Access universe. There will be presentations that begin at the beginning and explain the basic details of Open Access – and there will be presentations that will look at and explain the more complicated aspects of Open Access, for example the intricacies of the Plan S-initiative.
10 webinars are held in the course of week 43 (October 24-28 2022). For details about the individual webinars, see below. All the webinars are free of charge and anyone can sign up. All webinars are held in English.
Please note, when you have completed a registration to a webinar, you will not receive a confirmation by e-mail. The Zoom link to the webinar will be sent to you by e-mail the day before the webinar begins. The link will also appear in a confirmation notification after your registration.
The registration deadline for each webinar is the day before it is held at 12:00 (CEST).
If you want to cancel your registration(s), click here.
The programme is subject to change, and will be updated continuously.
About Open Access Week
Open Access Week is an annual event, which through various activities and events seeks to promote and disseminate all aspects of Open Access. Open Access Week was first held in 2009 and always takes place in the last week of October.
This year the theme of the week is “Open for Climate Justice”. Visit the International Open Access Week website for more information about this year’s theme and activities.
Programme of the Danish Open Access Week 2022
Monday - October 24
10:00-11:00 (CEST): A Basic Introduction to Open Access - Benjamin Derksen - Research Support, Copenhagen University Library
13:00-14:00(CEST): Plan S and cOAlition S: policies and tools for full and immediate Open Access - Johan Rooryck - Executive Director of cOAlition S
Thuesday - October 25
10:00-11:00 (CEST): How to open your data responsibly - Karsten Kryger Hansen - Cand.scient in Informatics and Data Management expert at AAU
13:00-14:00 (CEST): Rights Retention Strategy - Per Pippin Aspaas - Head of library research and publishing support at University Library of UiT The Arctic University of Norway & Niels Cadée - Senior librarian at University Library of UiT The Arctic University of Norway
Wednesday - October 26
10:00-11:00 (CEST): What’s open about Open Science Platforms for university-industry collaboration? The case of ODIN - Maria-Theresa Norn - Senior Researcher, DTU and Aarhus University
13:00-14:00 (CEST): Open Access and Creative Commons - Claus Rosenkrantz Hansen - Academic Officer, Copenhagen Business School & Rasmus Rindom Riise, Research Support, Copenhagen University Library
Thursday - October 27
10:00-11:00 (CEST): Putting researchers in control: Preprints as a versatile tool for open science - Iratxe Puebla - Director of Strategic Initiatives & Community for ASAPbio & Pablo Ranea Robles - Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Basic Metabolic Research, University of Copenhagen
13:00-14:00 (CEST): DOAJ: What is it – why are we important? - Paula Marjamäki - Managing Editor, DOAJ
Friday - October 28
10:00-11:00 (CEST): Open access in practice - Steffen Foss Hansen - Department of Environmental and Resource Engineering Circularity & Environmental Impact, DTU
14:00-15:00 (CEST): ”Scholarly monographs should also be Open Access, shouldn’t they?” – Guidelines and tools to making books Open Access - Niels Stern - Director of OAPEN