Open Access Week Events @ Cornell
Open Access Week Webinars and Other Events Elsewhere
Open Access week events:
- Leslie Chan will keynote UC Boulder’s OA week on Oct. 26 (3-4pm EDT) with “Decentering Whiteness in Academic Knowledge Production.” Registration.
- From Adelphi: Jennifer Gibson of Dryad will speak on A Modern Take on Research Communication, Oct. 28., 10am EDT. Registration.
- CHORUS forum: Are we ready for data citation metrics? Oct. 28, 11am-1pm EDT. Registration.
- From NYU: Copyright in the age of remoteness. Oct. 28, noon-2pm EDT. Registration.
- The 2021 Towards an Open Monograph Ecosystem (TOME) stakeholders meeting on Oct. 28 (1-3pm) is open to all and will include a roundtable discussion on the open access book landscape. Registration.
UCLA Library's Japanese Studies Librarian, Tomoko Bialock, and UCLA’s Dept of Asiian Languages and Cultures Dr. Asako Hayashi Takakura will explore the motivations and benefits of OERs in this 30 minute webinar, "A Case for Creating OERs: A Journey from Learners to Creators;" Wednesday, Oct 27, 2021 - 3:00pm to 3:30pm
UCLA Library's Scholarly Communication Librarian, Jennifer Chan, will present "Creating for Open: Considerations for Creators and Users of Copyrighted Works." This presentation will provide an overview of US Copyright and Fair Use, as well as discuss licensing options such as Creative Commons.
- The Open Access Scholarly Publishing Association (OASPA) held their meeting Sept. 21-23. Presentation recordings are available. Recommended: Libraries and Open Access: Pathways to Transformation.
- The Knowledge Equity Lab and SPARC co-present a podcast series featuring conversations with diverse and multigenerational knowledge holders. The most recent episode focuses on the history of the Budapest Open Access Initiative, which is 20 years old this year.
About Open Access Week
Open Access Week Events
Making Sense of Emerging Open Access Models and Agreements
October 25, 11:30am - 12:30pm
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Slides from this presentation are available at the bottom of this page.
Jesse Koennecke, Director, Acquisitions and E-Resource Licensing Services; Gail Steinhart, Open Scholarship Services Librarian; Kizer Walker, Director of Collections
Academic libraries and publishers are experimenting with a range of novel approaches to supporting open access. We will provide and overview of two current models: subscribe to open (S20), and transformative agreements (TAs), and describe whether and how CUL is participating in either type of agreement. We will then open up the floor for a discussion of these types of agreements, and what benefits or drawbacks there might be to participation. We will provide a selective bibliography for participants who are motivated to learn more on their own, before or after this roundtable discussion.
Thirty Years of Open Access: Challenges and Opportunities for Building Structural Equity
October 27, 12:00pm - 1:00pm
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30 years ago, new technology empowered researchers to share their work freely and openly, before peer review. The result? An incredible acceleration in the speed of science and an expectation for open access across disciplines. At this panel discussion, open access leaders from arXiv, AfricArXiv, and UCLA will discuss how this movement has grown and evolved. We'll look ahead the next 30 years and ask: what opportunities can we seize to ensure that the open access movement continues to equalize and democratize access to research? What challenges must we overcome to truly serve all researchers around the world?
- Eleanora Presani, arXiv Executive Director
- Alison Scott, Associate University Librarian for Collections Management and Scholarly Communication at UCLA and arXiv Advisory Board Member
- Johanssen Obanda, Strategic Advisor at AfricArXiv
- Joy Owango, Member of the Board of Advisors at AfricArXiv
Open Scholarship: Open Access, Open Science, Open Data
October 28, 10:30am – 12:00pm
Jim Morris-Knower, Gail Steinhart, and Sarah J. Wright
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Open Scholarship advocates for research to be transparent and openly available to all. In this workshop, we’ll give an overview of the Open Science movement and the general principles including access to publications and the underlying research process, FAIR data, and initiatives within scholarly communications that support “openness” of the research endeavor (preprints, registered reports, persistent identifiers, and community engagement platforms).
Knowledge is Power: Open Access, Equity, and Cornell's Land Grant Mission
October 29, 11:30am - 12:30pm
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In the context of a university such as Cornell, open access is often viewed through the lens of academic scholarship. But it can be, and is, so much more. Many Cornell programs further Cornell's land grant mission by providing open access resources to the general public. A panel of representatives from some of these programs will discuss their work, its impacts, the importance of open access to their mission, and how they strive to make their respective fields more accessible and equitable through their work with open access projects.
Moderator: Craig Newton, Co-Director, Legal Information Institute, Cornell Law
- Sara Frug, Co-Director, Legal Information Institute, Cornell Law
- Jim DelRosso, Assistant Director, Catherwood Library, ILR School
- Christopher Wood, Managing Director, Center for Avian Population Studies and Director, eBird