swissuniversities invites you to the conference ‘Open Access in Action’ to be held online on Monday, 19. October 2020.
About this Event
The conference will explore different thematic areas of Implementation of Open Access thus providing an opportunity for the steadily growing Open Access and Open Science community in Switzerland to discuss them.
Micaela Crespo Quesada, Responsable Open Access, University of Lausanne
André Hoffmann, ZORA / Langzeitarchivierung / OpenAIRE2020 / HOPE, University of Zurich
Welcome and Introduction
Jean-Marc Piveteau, Rector ZHAW and President of Delegation Open Science swissuniversities
|10:10-10:50||Keynote: Implementation of Open Access internationally|
Vanessa Proudman, Director of SPARC Europe
Results and lessons learned from the implementation of the action plan
Axel Marion, Secretary General of the HES-SO and former Head of Higher Education Policy, swissuniversities
- SONAR, Miguel Moreira, Director at RERO
- SwissCoss, Nicolas Sartori, Head of Acquisitions & Collection Development at University Library Basel
- NIE-INE, Roberta Padlina, Project planning, software development
|12:10-13:30 ||Lunch break (at your free disposal) or Digital Lunch with special breakout-sessions in separate virtual rooms (to be announced)|
|13:30-14:15 ||Announcement of the Open Access call for projects|
Patrick Furrer, Programme coordinator, swissuniversities
|14:15-15:00 ||Keynote: The future role of libraries in Open Access|
Jeannette Frey, Director BCU Lausanne and President of Liber
Panel discussion: Challenges to come - Research assesment, alternative forms of publications, rewards, incentives
Host: Daniel Wyler, Representative of swissuniversities at the EUA Expert Group on Science 2.0/Open Science
|16:15-16:30||Closing remarks and end of the conference|
Christian Schwarzenegger, Vice President Faculty Affairs and Scientific Information University of Zurich and Vice president of Delegation Open Science swissuniversities
The conference will be of interest to institutional leaders, academic staff, researchers, students and policy makers interested in possibilities, conditions and perspectives of scientific publishing. This includes employees of libraries and other scientific infrastructure facilities as well as scientists and members of the scientific administration and other interested individuals.
The conference is organized by swissuniversities and in cooperation with the ZHAW. It will be held in English and the participation is free of charge. The link to the event will be sent to all registered participants by e-mail a few days before the event. If you have any questions about the event, please e-mail us at email@example.com.
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