BBK: Open Access publizieren an der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin — Institut für Bibliotheks- und Informations­wissen­schaft

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Summary:

From Google Translate: "Thirteen years after the signing of the Berlin Declaration, scientific publishers have developed OA business models, research funding organizations have created OA mandates and funding mechanisms, and research institutions support their scientists with OA publication services.

Where are we on the way to an 'open access to scientific knowledge', and what steps have to be taken to make the highest possible share of the publications available in Open Access? Based on the experiences and results of the joint project seminar 'Open access publishing at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin', organized by HU University Library and Institute for Library and Information Science in the summer semester 2017, these questions will be discussed and concrete examples will be discussed Of implementation. A special role is played by second releases on the Green Route and the relaunch of the edoc publication server of HU.

The lecture deals with theoretical aspects as well as practical applications of Open Access and is aimed particularly at scientists, employees of infrastructure institutions and students.

Link:

https://www.ibi.hu-berlin.de/de/bbk/abstracts/ss17/jacob

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Tags:

oa.new oa.german oa.presentations oa.mandates oa.business_models oa.implementation oa.humboldt.u oa.germany

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08/23/2017, 19:00