Konferencja towarzysząca IFLA

Sekcja Czasopism IFLA zaprasza na międzynarodową konferencję Open Access: Action Required towarzyszącą Kongresowi IFLA, miejsce: Gdańsk; termin: 16-18 sierpnia. Opłata: 400 pln do 10 sierpnia.

Organizatorzy: Zuza Wiorogórska, Matylda Filas, Wojewódzka i Miejska Biblioteka Publiczna w Gdańsku, IFLA Section on Serials and Other Continuing Resources, IFLA Section on Acquisition and Collection Development, European Solidarity Center.

Więcej o konferencji na stronach: https://blogs.ifla.org/serials/2017/06/23/register-now-for-open-access-action-required-august-16-17/

formularz rejestracyjny: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfW9ok-4UCplqasjndkr6YQDUQZn4SIcChNJQJmsrQTVMguIQ/viewform?c=0&w=1

Program wkrótce, wśród referatów planuj się wystąpienia:

  • Should Diamond OA be viewed as a threat to librarians? to librarians , by Ramare, Olivier & Anna Wojciechowska (France)
  • Taking Stock: Organizing OA Operations Based on Existing Researcher Practices, by Andrea Wirth [USA]
  • Sci-Hub and LibGen: what if… why not?, by Louis Houle [Canada]
  • Open Access – Increasing engagement with academics to move beyond compliance, by Dawn Hibbert [UK]
  • Investing in Open Access: Identifying, Evaluating, and Supporting Open Access Resources, by Katy Mathuews & Others [US]
  • The Upside Down’: exploring off-set pricing models and article deposit terms at KAUST, by Stephen Buck and J. K. Vijayakumar [Saudi Arabia]
  • Polish Digital Libraries Federation as an Example of Country-Scale Open Access Infrastructure, by Marcin Werla [Poland]
  • Librarians Promotional Strategies to Enhancing Faculty Discovery and Access to Open AccessResources in Nigerian Universities, by Dr Chinwe V. Anunobi and Dr Mrs Rebacca Ape [Nigeria]
  • Keeping Open Access Content: A Framework for Multi-Agency Actions, by Peter Burnhill and Gaëlle Béquet [UK]
  • The Bridge of Knowledge – defining and implementing national Open Access policy by Polish universities. Gdańsk University of Technology perspective, by Anna Wałek and Magdalena Szuflita-Żurawska [Poland]
  • Long-term Accessibility and Re-use of Intuitional Repository Contents of Some Selected Academic Institutions in Nigeria, by Ezra Shiloba Gbaje [Nigeria]
  • The Darakht-e Danesh Library: Taking Action for Afghan Educators through an Open Access Repository, by Rebecca Miller and Letha Goger [Germany and Afghanistan]
  • Open access and digital preservation strategies in Technical University Libraries of India, by Sanghamitra Dalbehera [India]

Nadesłała : Matylda Filas, Gabinet Dokumentów Życia Społecznego

Biblioteka Uniwersytecka w Warszawie, ul. Dobra 56/66, 00-312 Warszawa
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