Open Access Erasmus Staff Week 2017 at the University of Liège

For the third year, the libraries network of the University of Liege (ULg Library) organizes an “Open Access Erasmus Staff Week” to expose, question and reflect on the new roles and opportunities which emerged from the Open Access & Open Science movement for the academic libraries.

Based both on ULg Library’s expertize and on each participant’s experience in Open Access, the main OA components will be addressed : mandates, author rights, Open Science, libraries roles, etc. Some sessions will be collaborative and, for others, participants will be invited to expose their own open access experiences.

When? : 8 to 12 may 2017, english will be the working language.

The application deadline is March 10th, 2017.

Details and registrations

 

 

The future of Open Access

On 25th September, 2013 the University of Liege organizes a meeting/debate: “The future of Open Access“.

With the participation of Stevan Harnad, professor at UQAM and a pioneer for Open Access; Bernard Rentier, Rector of the University of Liège ; Jean-Claude Marcourt, Minister of Higher Education of the Government of the French Community; Véronique Halloin, Secretary General of the Fund for Scientific Research – FNRS, and many others.

The meeting is open to anyone without any registration.

 25 September, 2013, from 10:00 to 12:00
Amphithéâtres de l’Europe, Boulevard du rectorat, bâtiment B4, 4000 Liège (Sart Tilman)

Twitter : #oaulg2013

Rentrée académique 2013 ULg : Les lendemains de l'Open Access

Don’t fall into the trap: this is not Open Access!

They call it Open choice, OnlineOpen, Universal Access, Author choice, Author solution

Starting in 2003, confronted by the range and scope taken by the Open Access movement, numerous publishers have decided to jump on the OA bandwagon by offering their authors the hybrid model. But this model (not to be confused with the reverse model) is especially pernicious. Behind the pro Open Access image the publishers wish to project hides a genuine swindle! Continue reading “Don’t fall into the trap: this is not Open Access!”