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Open Access Week: Elsevier Open Day
October 25, 2018Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Last modified: October 9, 2018
“In celebration of International Open Access Week, Elsevier is delighted to invite you to a special open house event at our Amsterdam offices on Thursday October 25th, 2018. We will open our doors to engage in discussions about what we do, how we support open access, and how we are using information analytics to improve research performance. Join us for a panel discussion with distinguished representatives from the research community and learn more about what we do through demos organized by our team.”
(source: Elsevier B.V.)
You can register by filling in this formbefore October 15th.
2:00PM – 2:30PM: Doors open
2:30PM – 2:45PM: Welcome & opening speech
2:45PM – 4:00PM: Panel: Harmonizing open access policies: a global perspective
4:00PM – 5:00PM: A chance to walk around and learn more about what we do, through interactive demos
“The panel will provide the opportunity for funders, institutions, policy-makers and publishers who are developing and implementing OA policies to discuss how we can reach consensus globally on the best way forward. Is consensus needed or desired? What might the advantages and disadvantages of harmonization be? How can all stakeholders work together to reach their goals?”
Prof Karel Luyben – National Coordinator Open Science, The Netherlands
Prof Stan Gielen – President, Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO)
Assist Prof Dr Barbara Braams – Department of Clinical, Neuro- and Developmental Psychology, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
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