Open access, open source, open data, open science. The call for opening up scholarly research has been around for over a decade and shows signs of reaching a tipping point. We’ll define these concepts precisely and cover ways to meet various mandates and practices emerging from funding agencies and institutions. Not least, we will explore how openness can directly benefit an individual researcher.
Instructor: Dale Askey, Associate University Librarian, Library & Learning Technologies
Guest speakers: Nick Shockey, SPARC Director of Programs & Engagement and Brady Yano, SPARC Assistant Director of Open Education. SPARC is the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition
This event is taking place in conjunction with other Open Access Week events. Please join us for a free lunch and conversation with Nick and Brady after the workshop.