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Presentation and discussion

Open Access Luchbite @ICLON

Monday 9 May 2022 - Friday 13 May 2022
Participants may choose between two identical sessions on 9th or 13th May.
Monday 9th May: in A2.03 (Willem Einhoven Building); Friday 13th May in 1A22 (Pieter de la Court Building); if you wish to participate online, please indicate so on the registration form.

Governments, research funders and universities aim to make the results of publicly funded research accessible online to all: in this way, society as a whole can benefit from scientific developments and researchers reach a wider audience and increase the visibility and impact of their work.

To accelerate the transition to open access, a group of research funders, including NWO, joined forces in cOAltionS. cOAltion S launched PlanS a few years ago, with stricter open access requirements for research funded by this group. At the Centre for Digital Scholarship, a part of Leiden University Libraries, we provide practical tips to authors who want (or need) to publish open access. Topics covered include budgeting of a project application, deals with publishers, diamond journals, the use of preprint servers, and open access uploading in Leiden University's Scholarly Publications Repository (including the use of the Taverne Amendment).

At a policy level, we monitor where we are in the transition to open access. We look at the numbers, but also at the consequences of this transition for authors and institutions.

More information and registration

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