Open Access Week is an international annual event during which universities, institutions and other organizations hold conferences, seminars, workshops and similar events to celebrate and promote the idea of Open Access. This year’s Open Access Week, which officially lasts from 21 to 27 October, is […]
You could say that October is the month for Open Access. The list of events and conferences on the subject is already impressive and increasing every day. What awaits us then in the next four weeks?
We’re nearing the end of OA Week 2012, but the party still has some life in it yet: 1 in 3 papers published will be Open Access by 2020. List of upcoming events for Open Access Week. “OA isn’t going to be pretty, just as […]
Day two has now come and gone, so here’s what you’ve been missing out on if you’re just joining the OA party: First Up: If you’ve seen our featured image, then you’ll already be acquainted with Professor O and Professor A. They make up the […]
Most of you who have stumbled across this blog should already know by now that it’s Open Access Week. Day One has already kicked off with a bang: PLoS, SPARC and OASPA released the final version of their Open Access Spectrum guide. It’s surely going […]
In celebration of Open Access Week, academic publisher Versita has launched a competition for young scholars to have their work published and promoted (click here for a link to the competition page). Below is a brief outline of the contest and eligibility criteria to wet […]