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Open Access Week 2013

Open Access : Redefining Impact

Join us for Open Access Week 2013 to connect with the IUB academic and research communities, and to learn what it means to make open access a new norm in scholarship and research. This year, the Office of Scholarly Publishing (with co-sponsors, IU Libraries and GPSO) will host events all week, including two complementary roundtable discussions to reflect on the widespread implications of open access for student and professional communities and society as a whole; workshops on student publishing, data management for grant proposals, and data visualization; and seminars on sustainable open access principles and copyright.

Please visit the International Open Access Week site to learn more about the event.


Engage and follow OA Week at IU on Twitter with #IUOAW13 and Internationally on Twitter with #OAWeek.


Sign up for events here under Digital Initiatives

Monday, October 21

Faculty Roundtable Discussion

2:15-3:15p, Wells Library E174

With Professors Cassidy Sugimoto (Information & Library Science), Jason Baird Jackson (Folklore & Ethnomusicology), Robert A. Schneider (History), and Stasa Milojevic (Information & Library Science)

Light refreshments provided.

International Kick-Off Event at the World Bank : Redefining Impact (Webcast Viewing Party)

3:15-4:30p, Wells Library E174

Hosted by Librarians Jennifer Laherty (Digital Publishing) and Stacy Konkiel (Science Data Management).

Light refreshments provided.



Tuesday, October 22

The Road to Publishing for Students

10:00-11:00a, Wells Library 043 (ground level, around the corner from the escalators)

With Jennifer Laherty (Digital Publishing Librarian), Moira Marsh (Librarian for Anthropology, Sociology, Folklore, and Social Work) and Raina Polivka (Sponsoring Editor IU Press).

Light refreshments provided, courtesy of  the GPSO.

Aligning the Principles of Permaculture Design with Sustainable Open Access Practice

1:00-2:00p, Wells Library E174

Presentation by Librarians Jennifer Laherty (Digital Publishing) and Stacy Konkiel (Science Data Management).



Wednesday, October 23

IUScholarWorks, Statistics, and Altmetrics

12:00-1:00p, Wells Library E174

Presentation by Jim Halliday (Library Technology Software Development) and Stacy Konkiel (Libraries Scholarly Communication).

Cross-listed with the Digital Library Brown-Bag Series



Thursday, October 24

Copyright Considerations in Open Access

10:00-11:00a, Wells Library E174

Presentation by Nazareth Pantaloni III (Copyright and Administration Librarian for the William & Gayle Cook Music Library).

Writing Successful Data Management Plans for Grant Proposals

1:00-3:00p, Wells Library 043 (ground level near escalators)

Presentation by Stacy Konkiel (Data Management Librarian)


Friday, October 25

Data Visualization and Management : The Basics

9:00a-12:00p, Wells Library Instruction Cluster 1

Presentation by Stacy Konkiel (Data Management Librarian), Brianna Marshall (Information & Library Science, graduate student), and Ted Polley (Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center).

Note: Workshop registration is full, but interested attendees should come to be waitlisted in case of no-shows.

Student Roundtable Discussion

12:30-1:30p, Wells Library E174

With Information & Library Science Professor Cassidy Sugimoto, and graduate students Nickoal Eichmann, Clinton McKay, Alex Rudnick, and Cara Vukusich.

Lunch provided, courtesy of the GPSO.

last updated: 10/21/2013