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OAAL, 9:00 - 11:00
OAAL, 11:00 - 12:00
OAAL, 12:00 - 13:30
OAAL, 14:00 - 16:00
* due to technical problems during the transmission, the first 7 minutes
of the record are without sound
OAAL, 16:00 - 18:00
* due to technical problems during the transmission, the first 7 minutes of
the record are without sound
topic (OA Policies)
will be focused on discussing practices /and approaches?/
of western countries that enable their authors to publish in OA, and,
consequently, facilitate their better visibility among world academic
communities (via citations and other new metrics). In the world flooded
by new journals, books and other scientific online content, it is
becoming more and more important to step out of the crowd with published
outputs. Making content available worldwide via OA is very
important, but the results may vary, depending on your policy on OA.
Gold Route? Green
Route? How will these routes affect your overall journey? What
are the milestones along these routes? How to plan your journey
and flag your institution on the new map of scientific
partnerships, using OA?
The second topic,
Modern Procurement Techniques for e-Content
will deal with tips on how to better negotiate licenses with
publishers.The world of scientific publishing should not be
divided by barricades between buyers and sellers. Scientific
publishers and research organizations have a lot in common. Yet,
negotiating big and favourable deals has become harder over the
years. What is a Big Deal, in the first place and how big is
Big? What is the role of current subscriptions and what will
bring about access to bigger collections?
part in active debate on these issues with the experienced JISC
Collections team (serving all UK Higher Education and Further
Education institutions and Research Councils that receive direct
funding from the UK funding bodies) will certainly result in
positive backwash effects ...more about
We will have all 3 major
stakeholders involved in these two topics:
Governmental institution from Slovenia,
Professionals from libraries, licensing
organizations and libraries consortia,
them will contribute valuable perspectives which will throw
light upon current developments and trends.
It is a
discover how Open Access is provided in other countries, what
the challenges are and which solutions have been applied,
share ideas and interact with experienced professionals from
abroad on both topics of the symposium,
establish a step-by-step agenda for the coming months on how to
effectively implement an OA Policy within your organization.
✓ to get
an insight into publishers’ views on both OA and licensing
The economics of OA has or will have a big impact on your
organization’s budget. This impact will take place no matter
whether you will implement an OA Policy or postpone any OA
actions. Induce a positive impact! Use this chance to learn from
acknowledged experts on best practices and to pick the best
solutions which will work for you.
The symposium will be
followed up during the coming months by informative sessions
with individual organizations, helping them to take further
steps in implementing their OA policy and – by request – to help
better negotiate their content deals.
The list of confirmed
speakers is shown below.
professional résumés are attached and reveal great achievements
in their careers. More importantly, our speakers realize the
importance of contributing to the development of the entire EU
Region, thus reducing the information gap between West and East.
Dr. Paul Ayris,
Director of UCL Library Services & UCL Copyright Officer, Chief
Executive, UCL Press, co-Chair of the LERU Chief Information
Officers Community (League of European Research Universities),
Adviser to the LIBER Board (Association of European Research
Libraries) on EU matters and Horizon 2020.
(Director) and Carolyn Alderson (Licensing Business
Development Manager) from JISC Collections, the biggest
consortium in Europe (originally in the UK) and probably one of
the biggest in the world.
the Executive Director of LIBER (Association of European
Research Libraries, one of the most authoritative influencing
organizations in our industry, a voice widely heard in EU
Offices in Brussels).
Bjørnshauge, SPARC Europe’s Director of European Library
Relations, Managing Director DOAJ
Director of the Central Technological Library at the University
of Ljubljana, which is the central organization for the
consortia acquisition in Slovenia.
Head of the Library Research Centre at the National and
Head of Serials Department, University of Maribor
to be confirmed:
a representative of the Slovenian Government.
Representatives of nine publishers of international scientific
literature, responsible for the
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