Scholarly Communications: New Developments in Open Access

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1st June 2012

Wren Room, RIBA, 66 Portland Place, London, W1B 1AD

 

This free one day event is aimed at those working in research repositories and higher education libraries but may be of interest to a wider audience including researchers. It will showcase examples of innovative approaches which support open access to research outputs and an open approach to scholarship. This includes new publishing initiatives – journals and monographs, new approaches to peer review, data sharing, the role of repositories and the use of social networking tools by academics. 

The location is RIBA in central London which is a comfortable venue with an impressive Art Deco interior.

Photo by nick.garrod

Read the related blog posting and storify story. 

Programme

Time Description More info.
09:30 Registration and refreshments  
10:00 Welcome and introduction – Bill Hubbard, Centre for Research Communications  
10:05 Where next with Open Access - keynote presentation – Martin Hall, Chair of Open Access Implementation Group and Vice Chancellor of the University of Salford Download
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10:50 The Budapest Open Access Initiative at 10 - recommendations for the next ten years of scholarly communications – Alma Swan, Director of European Advocacy, SPARC and Key Perspectives Download
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11:30 Tea & Coffee  
11:50 OAPEN-UK - collecting evidence on scholarly monograph publishing – Caren Milloy, Head of Projects JISC Collections Download
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12:25 Building campus-based OA journal capacity: SAS Open Journals – Peter Webster, School of Advanced Study Download
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13:00 Lunch  
14:00 Encouraging data publication - the JISC Managing Research Data Programme – Simon Hodson, JISC Programme Manager - Managing Research Data Download
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14:35 Figshare and open science – Mark Hahnel, Product Manager, Figshare Download
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15:10 Tea & Coffee  
15:25 Frontiers - Online community-based peer review, publishing and research networking. – Graeme Moffat, Frontiers Download
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15:55 Using social media to disseminate research outputs – Melissa Terras, Reader in Electronic Communications in the Department of Information studies and Co-Director of the Centre for Digital Humanities at UCL Download
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16:25 Summary & Final Comments – Bill Hubbard  
16:30 Close  

Contact

For further information contact Jackie Wickham, telephone: +44(0)115 846 6389.

Alternatively, email RSP Support or phone 0845 257 6860.