June 20, 2014 | Vicky Gardner, Publisher

OA and Society: Impact and Engagement


Lord’s Cricket Ground (London) and Hotel BLOOM! (Brussels) were the European locations of our 2014 seminars on OA and Society: Impact and Engagement. Editors, learned society representatives, librarians, repository managers, policymakers, and researchers joined us to discuss key developments in OA over the past year. You can discover some of the key themes of the London event via our Storify: https://storify.com/TandF/discussing-researcher-impact-and-public-engagement. Selected slides from both days can be found via the links below.

London

Horizon 2020, scholarly communication and science 2.0: the EU perspective Jean-Claude Burgelman

The RCUK mandate: reflections a year on Mark Thorley

HEFCE: plans for REF 2020 and beyond Ben Johnson

Open Access: the global scene Vicky Gardner

Making research funding more visible in published outcomes Kirsty Meddings

The institutional perspective Gordon Dabinett

The society perspective (RSA) Sally Hardy

The society perspective (SRHE) Helen Perkins with accompanying presentation notes

The society perspective (SGM) Leighton Chipperfield

Usage half-life and green OA Chris Wickham

 

Brussels 

Horizon 2020, scholarly communication and science 2.0: the EU perspective (Part 1) René von Schomberg

Horizon 2020, scholarly communication and science 2.0: the EU perspective (Part 2) Daniel Spichtinger

The funder perspective (German Science Foundation DFG) Johannes Fournier

The funder perspective (Higher Education Funding Council for England HEFCE) Steven Hill

The funder perspective (National Library of Sweden) Ulf Kronman

Outcomes from the T&F and ALPSP 2014 survey of societies Audrey McCulloch

An overview of CHORUS and FundRef Ed Pentz

The society perspective Andrew Massey

The society perspective (SEF) Pierre Rasmont

 

Published: June 20, 2014 | Author: Vicky Gardner, Publisher | Category: Front page, News and ideas, Open Access (OA) | Tagged with: