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Open Access: Understanding the New Environment

Event Details

Open Access: Understanding the New Environment

Time: October 23, 2013 from 12:30pm to 5pm
Country: Keynes Lecture Theatre, University of Kent (Canterbury Campus)
City/Town: Canterbury
Website or Map: http://www.kent.ac.uk/maps/ca…
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Dave Puplett and Simon Kerridge
Latest Activity: Oct 1, 2013

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Event Description

As part of international Open Access Week, the  University of Kent is inviting some key players in the sector to discuss the  current state of play. In the sixteen months since Dame Janet Finch published  her report on Open Access (OA), policy has moved on quickly: the Government  accepted the findings of the Report, and the Research Councils (RCUK) have  mandated OA publishing.

This event will be a good opportunity to take stock.  The programme includes speakers from HEFCE, RCUK, the Open Library for   Humanities and the Research Information Network, as well as editors of OA  journals. Not only will there be a chance to hear from these speakers, but to  meet others who are finding their way in the new, post-Finch environment.

The event is aimed primarily at  academics and academic support staff but all are welcome to attend, both from  the University of Kent and elsewhere.

Full presentation titles and details  will be updated on this page in due course.

Programme

  •       12.30-1pm: Registration and coffee    
    •       1pm: Introductions       Professor John Baldock, Pro-Vice-Chancellor of Research, University of Kent              
    • 1.10-1.45pm:  Open access and the post-2014 REF       Dr Steven       Hill, Head of Research Policy, HEFCE         
    • 1.45-2.10pm: Gold, Green or in Between? Establishing an Open  Access Journal       Professor Rosemary       Hunter, Kent Law School, Founding Editor of feminists@law          
    • 2.10-2.35pm:  The View from the Research Councils       Dr Mari Williams, chair of  the RCUK Research Outcomes Project         
    • 2.35-3.05pm: Coffee and networking break         
    • 3.05-3.30pm:  What Does Open Access Mean for the Humanities?       Dr Caroline Edwards, Birkbeck, University of London, founder       of Open Library of  Humanities (OLH)         
    • 3.30-3.55pm:Research Data Management and Open Access       Kevin Ashley, Director of the Digital Curation Centre         
    • 3.55-4.30pm:  Closing keynote       Dr Michael       Jubb, Executive Director, Research  Information Network (RIN)     
    • 4.30pm:  Closing comments       Professor Dame Julia       Goodfellow, Vice-Chancellor, University of Kent

How to book

The  event is free and refreshments will be provided. All are welcome but places are  limited and available on a first come, first served basis.

To reserve your  place please register online

 

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