October 5, 2017

Lunch lectures in the Open Access week

Door: Marijke van der Ploeg | Categorie: events, open access

In the context of the International Open Access week, LIS Research Support organizes two lunch lectures on October 24 en 25, 2017 for Tilburg University researchers and staff. Chris Hartgerink (TSB) discusses his view on open access and open science, and Hylke Annema and Marijke van der Ploeg (LIS) discuss the practical issues regarding open access publishing. There is plenty of room for questions and discussion. Participation is free of charge, but subject to registration.

More information about the program, location and registration is available on the Tilburg University intranet.

LIS Research Support organiseert twee lunchlezingen op 24 en 25 oktober 2017 in het kader van de Internationale Open Access week. Chris Hartgerink (TSB) bespreekt zijn visie op open access en open science en Hylke Annema en Marijke van der Ploeg (LIS) gaan in op de praktische zaken rond open access publiceren. Er is voldoende ruimte voor vragen en discussie. Deelname is gratis, maar aanmelden verplicht.

Meer over het programma, locatie en het aanmelden vind je op het intranet van Tilburg University.

Tuesday, October 24, 2017, 12.45-13.45 hrs.
Chris Hartgerink – Open is rewarding, not easy (yet)

Wednesday, October 25, 2017, 12.45-13.45 hrs.
Marijke van der Ploeg – How to find a journal to publish open access
Hylke Annema – Impact of open access

Thursday, October 26, 2017, 12.45-13.45 hrs. — CANCELED !! 
Ronald Leenes – Open Access; Yes, but not in Gold or Green

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