Open Access and Research Conference 2013

31 octobre et 1er novembre 2013 - Brisbane, Australie

Publié le 24 mai 2013, par Thérèse Hameau

The adoption of national and institutional open access mandates in recent years is evidence of the global transition towards more broad-reaching, efficient and inclusive systems of scholarly communication.

The conference theme Discovery, Impact and Innovation examines this transition and looks ahead, to how these emerging systems can maximise research impact and help realise the full benefits of public research worldwide.

The event is an opportunity to take stock of recent developments in Open Access and to discuss the strategic advantages these bring to the research sector moving forward.


Day 1 Plenary Sessions : Global and National Open Access Developments
These sessions will cover the breadth of recent international initiatives. This includes commentary from the United States, Europe, Asia and Australia.

Day 2 Plenary Sessions : Open Data, Open Innovation and Open Access Publishing
This series of thematic sessions will focus on specific areas of research and information management necessary to the advancement of Open Access, such as data management and open innovation.