Participate in Open Access Week Events, October 2013
Join the UCSF Library as we participate in Open Access Week from October 21-29, 2013. Open Access Week offers an opportunity for the academic and research community to continue to learn about open access, to share what they’ve learned with colleagues, and to help inspire wider participation in helping to make open access a new norm in scholarship and research. Hear about how open access empowered a 16-year-old to make a cancer screening breakthrough from NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins.
UPCOMING OPEN ACCESS EVENTS AT UCSF:
Information Table at Saunders Court
Tuesday, October 22, Noon - 1:00 pm
Saunders Court, Parnassus Campus
We'll be giving out free buttons, t-shirts, and more – so stop by and talk with us about the changes in scholarly publishing and how, together, we can transform scholarly communication.
UCSF's Open Access Innovators [view the lecture]
Friday, October 25, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
212 Byers Hall, Mission Bay Campus
Find out what innovative, open tools UCSF students, postdocs & scholars are creating and how they improve research and scholarship. Featuring speakers:
- Florie Charles, PhD candidate, Biomedical Sciences Program, creator of Youreka Science
- Robert Judson, PhD, Postdoctoral Researcher, co-founder at Journal Lab
- Alex Pico, PhD, Associate Director for Gladstone Bioinformatics, creator of WikiPathways
Shades of Open Access [view the lecture]
Tuesday, October 29, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
N-217, Parnassus Campus
Learn about the latest open access and open data developments and how they impact you. Find out about what the new UC Open Access policy means to UCSF researchers, how it intersects with the NIH Public Access Policy, and what’s in store for helping you manage your article deposits and for making your data open via DataShare. Featuring speakers:
- Karen Butter, ML, University Librarian & Assistant Vice Chancellor, UCSF Library
- Rich Schneider, PhD, Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery
- Megan Laurance, PhD, Research Informationist, UCSF Library
Have questions? Please contact Anneliese Taylor.