Please join the James A. Gibson Library for a series of events celebrating Open Access Week 2013, Oct. 21-25. Questions/comments? email@example.com
Schedule of Events: At-a-glance
Monday, Oct. 21
- 12-1 pm -- Panel discussion: Experiences with Open Access publishing. Location: Sankey Chamber.
- 2-3 pm -- Authors: Know your copy-rights. Location: Sankey Chamber.
Wednesday, Oct. 23
- 2-3 pm -- Opening up copyright: new freedoms and resources. Location: e-classroom, TH 253
Friday, Oct. 25
- 11 am - 2 pm. Open Access: Fact or Fiction prize wheel. Location: Library entrance, Schmon Tower.
Full schedule & descriptions
Panel discussion: Experiences with Open Access publishing
Date and time: Monday, Oct., 21, 12 pm to 1 pm
Location: Sankey Chamber
Ana Sanchez, Associate Professor, Community Health Sciences
Carole Stewart, Associate Professor, English Language and Literature
Diane Dupont, Professor, Economics
Barbara McDonald, Associate University Librarian
Moderator: Elizabeth Yates, Liaison/Scholarly Communication Librarian
Authors: Know your copy-rights
Date and time: Monday, Oct., 21, 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Location: Sankey Chamber
Presenter: Elizabeth Yates, Liaison/Scholarly Communication Librarian
Details: Traditional publishing formats, such as subscription journals, generally require researchers to sign away all their author rights as a condition of publication. This can severely hamper the use of one’s own work in research and teaching while also making it harder for colleagues and the public to benefit from your scholarship. But new modes of scholarly publishing equip researchers to control how their work can be published and re-used, while also making it more accessible to others. Learn about new tools that can help you retain your copy-rights.
Opening up copyright: new freedoms and resources
Date and time: Wednesday, Oct. 23rd, 2 p.m.-3 p.m.
Location: E-classroom, TH 253
Presenters: Deb Kalvee, Associate University Librarian-Services & Facilities; Elizabeth Yates, Liaison/Scholarly Communication Librarian
New copyright regulations make it easier for faculty members and students to find and use information. There is also a wealth of "copy-free" materials online, including images, music, films, scholarly materials and more, which you can use without worrying about copyright. This workshop will help you find these copyright-free materials and learn how to use them in your teaching and research.
Open Access: Fact or Fiction
Date and time: Friday, Oct. 25, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Location: Library entrance, Schmon Tower
Do all Open Access publications charge author fees to publish? Is OA irrelevant because everyone can already access scholarly research? Do Open Access publications have impact factors? Find out the answers to these questions during a fun game of OA: Fact or Fiction? – and win a great prize!