Open Minds, Open Access Inside Higher Ed (blog) If you're not quite sure what open access means, the best two-minute explanation was written by Peter Suber and he explains it well, if not in as much depth as in his book about it.
Image: Neil Christensen Neil Christensen is the director of digital development at the University of California Press (UCP). Prior to working at UCP, Christensen worked in business development and as...
There is a growing awareness of the fact that young researchers face difficulties in achieving their first permanent position in academia (if you are not familiar with this problem follow #postdocalypse hashtag on Twitter or read this post by Phil Jones). Usually, we are moving from one temporary project to another, and are always in the process of searching and applying for funding and positions. To have any chance in this pursuit we need publications because the number of published articles, t
Open access is still growing; the number of its supporters is growing, along with their influence in many decisive bodies. On the other hand, people still cannot get access to works funded with public money.
In keeping with the theme of this year's Open Access Week of "Generation Open", this Berlin event is for Earlier Career Researchers and anyone else who is young at heart! It has a participative format that comprises:
Moderated un-conference where the audience talks and asks questions Simple event theme, we picked “#OpenAccess – it’s up to all of us” “Lightning talks” that anyone can give, 5 image slides in 5 minutes Time to chat and mingle over a drink and something to eat A cool venue
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