Open Access Week 2023

International Open Access Week is held from October 23 -27 this year and is an opportunity to join in and raise awareness on the importance of research publications and data being openlyopen access logo, an orange padlock that is open on one end available. This is particularly pertinent this year, with the introduction of Flinders University’s Open Access Policy which has requirements for making publications open access in most cases. The Library will be hosting a number of events to equip researchers with the tools to make their research publications and data freely and legally available.

Join us for the following events this October:

Monday 23rd 10.45am, open access week launch event and panel discussion with morning tea included, register nowTuesday 24th 10am, How do I comply with the Open Access Policy for research? Register nowTuesday 24 11.15am, Read and publish, Register nowTuesday 24th, 11.30am Community over commercialisation - What is community control and why does it matter?, Register nowTuesday 24th 12pm, Demystifying Green Open Access, Register nowWednesday 25th 10am, Complying with NHMRC and Flinders Open Access Policy, Register nowWednesday 25th 11am, Avoiding Predatory Publishers, Register nowWednesday 15th 11am, Like an open book: can academic communities ensure our voices are heard by all?, Register nowThursday 26th 10am, Making your research data openly available using Flinders Repository of Open Access Datasets (ROADS), Register nowThursday 25th 11am, Copyright and open licensing for publishing, Register nowThursday 26th, Shine on Diamond journals: making sure they’re forever, Register nowFriday 27th 10am, Complying with NHMRC and Flinders Open Access Policy, Register nowFriday 27th 11.30am, Creating space for Indigenous and Pacific research, Register now

Library hosted events on both Tuesday and Thursday will be held consecutively in the same location, making it easier to attend more than one.

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