What in the world is going on with open access and open research? Come along and hear from an array of national and international speakers – and find out. It’s a great opportunity to explore and debate issues, and jointly look for solutions.
The varied programm will be of interest to researchers, postgraduates and research support staff.
Organised by the Bodleian Libraries, OxFOS will cover a range of topical sessions online, including:
- The Importance of Being Open: publishing OA Monographs
- Humanities has data! What(ever) next? [relevant to anybody creating ‘data’ such as transcribing from archives, translating sources, oral history, collecting images, etc.]
- Crowdsourcing in the Digital Humanities
- Reviewer needed: The future of peer review in academic publishing
- The Future of Copyright: this house believes copyright reform is needed to fully achieve an open access future – Express interest
- and many more
Sessions range between half hour talks and two-hour workshops. Some events are public, and some are restricted to University of Oxford staff and students.
Visit the OxFOS webpage for the schedule information and to book sessions.
We hope to interest and inspire you!