Workshop on Open Access
Wednesday, 26th October 2016 – 11 am
Building A, Library
The FHI is practicing open access to scientific results as stated in the “Berlin Declaration on Open Access to the Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities” in two ways: Publication in Open Access Journals and institutional self-archiving on MPG.PuRe.
The board of directors of the FHI recommends that researcher deposit a copy of their published journal articles on MPG.PuRe (pubman.mpdl.mpg.de) according to legal conditions and submit their work to Open Access journals.
This course gives an overview about Open Access in general and some special topics, e.g. right to secondary publication.
Instructor: Bozena Langner-Staschok
If you wish to attend please register by contacting the library.
We would be happy to learn more about the perspectives and opinions of our scientists on open access publications. Therefor we’ve prepared a little questionnaire. Just visit the information desk in the library and answer the questions at the poster board.
Participation is, of course, anonymous. Completing the questionnaire should take approximately 5 to 10 minutes.
The questionnaire and information desk is available during the whole week.
Thank you for your help!
Today starts the International Open Access Week themed “Generation Open”.
We are celebrating the International Open Access Week with an information desk in the library. Therefor we have prepared some material including brochures, flyers and sweeties. Please feel free to take along information material and sweeties!
Open Access Information Desk
20 – 24 October 2014
We gladly provide you support regarding publishing in open access journals [internal] and open access repositories, with a focus on PuRe.
The video for this year’s Open Access Week (October 20-26) is available:
This year’s Open Access Week (October 20-26) will highlight the involvement of students and early career researchers. So the theme will be “Generation Open” as announced last week.
See more at http://www.openaccessweek.org/ or http://www.righttoresearch.org/