Open Access connects your scholarship to the world, and for the week of Oct. 24-28, the UC Berkeley Library is highlighting these connections with five exciting workshops and panels.
What’s Open Access?
Open Access (OA) is the free, immediate, online availability of scholarship. Often, OA scholarship is also free of accompanying copyright or licensing reuse restrictions, promoting further innovation. OA removes barriers between readers and scholarly publications—connecting readers to information, and scholars to emerging scholarship and other authors with whom they can collaborate, or whose work they can test, innovate with, and expand upon.
Open Access Week @ UC Berkeley
OA Week 2016 is a global effort to bring attention to the connections that OA makes possible. At UC Berkeley, the University Library—with participation from partners like the D-Lab, California Digital Library, DH@Berkeley, and more—has put together engaging programming demonstrating OA’s connections in action. We hope to see you there.
To register for these events and find out more, please visit our OA Week 2016 guide.
- Digital Humanities for Tomorrow
2-4 pm, Monday October 24, Doe Library 303
- Copyright and Your Dissertation
4-5 pm, Monday October 24, Sproul Hall 309
- Publishing Your Dissertation
2-3 pm, Tuesday October 25, Sproul Hall 309
- Increase and Track Your Scholarly Impact
2-3 pm, Thursday October 27, Sproul Hall 309
- Current Topics in Data Publishing
2-3 pm, Friday October 28, Doe Library 190
You can also talk to a Library expert from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. on Oct. 24-28 at:
- North Gate Hall (Mon., Tue.)
- Kroeber Hall (Wed.–Fri.)
Event attendance and table visits earn raffle tickets for a prize drawing on October 28!
Sponsored by the UC Berkeley Library, and organized by the Library’s Scholarly Communication Expertise Group. Contact Library Scholarly Communication Officer, Rachael Samberg (email@example.com), with questions.