Danish Open Access Week 2023 - Oct 23-27
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For the second year in a row, the Danish Open Access Network is very proud to invite everyone to the Danish Open Access Week 2023. Below you can read more about the programme and sign up for the individual webinars.
Once again, the Danish Open Access Week 2023 will include a series of different webinars on Open Access with speakers from both Denmark and abroad. Various Open Access topics will be addressed: There will be presentations that explain the basics of Open Access and presentations that will look at the more complicated Open Access aspects. All presentations will include a Q&A.
The webinars are open to anyone with an interest in Open Access. Below you can read the week’s programme and register for each webinar.
The program is not fully planned and changes may occur.
The webinars are held in the course of week 43 (October 23-27 2023). 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.
Some of the webinars will be recorded and uploaded to the website afterwards. If a webinar is recorded, it will be stated.
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 one week and again one day before the webinar begins.
Programme of the Danish Open Access Week 2023
Monday - October 23
- 10:00-11:00 (CEST): A Basic Introduction to Open Access
Benjamin Derksen, Copenhagen University Library
- 13:00-14:00 (CEST): How to maintain high quality in a Diamond Open Access journal with (almost) no budget: the example of indexation
Patrik Kjærsdam Telléus, Editor in chief of Journal of Problem-Based Learning in Higher Education
Anna Stegger Gemzøe, OJS administrator at Aalborg University
Jesper Boserup Thestrup, OJS administrator at tidsskrift.dk, Royal Danish Library
Tuesday - October 24
- 13:00-14:00 (CEST): Beyond BPCs: Towards fairer, more sustainable futures for Open Access books
Joe Deville, Open Book Collective, Lancaster University
Wednesday - October 25
- 10:00-11:00 (CEST): Navigating the Dark Side of Publishing: Understanding predatory practices
Lorna Wildgaard, Research Consultant, Copenhagen University Library
- 13:00-14:00 (CEST): Rights Retention Policy at the University of Edinburgh, a review of the first 18 months
Dominic Tate, Deputy Director & Head of Library Research Support, Edinburgh University Library
Thursday - October 26
- 15:00-16:00 (CEST): Open Scholarly Communication for the academic books and the SSH : The OPERAS infrastructure
Pierre Mounier, Co-coordinator of OPERAS
Friday - October 27