Open Science represents a new approach to the scientific process based on cooperative work and new ways of knowledge distribution using digital technologies and new collaborative tools. Open Science involves a change of practices in the way scientific results are shared throughout the research cycle and fundamentally relies on a culture change in academic communities.
The 9th UNICA Scholarly Communication Seminar entitled “Academic Libraries & Open Science: how to meet the challenges?” will address the challenges and opportunities for academic libraries in encouraging and achieving this necessary culture change.
We will look into the process of Open Science strategy building in universities and how libraries are involved as partners and drivers. Various actors - researcher, librarian, publisher, research administration officer etc- will present their vision on the role of libraries in Open Science. Participants are also invited to share their experience in dealing with the challenges that Open Science bring in their institution.
Not only case studies on research data management support provided by and for libraries and issues related to the evolution of the scientific publication market, also the the transition to Open Access will be presented. Partnerships and collaboration between libraries and university presses will be addressed in a specific session for which we call for contributions of the participants (cf registration form)
The Seminar provides an opportunity to reflect on and share their experience and views through discussion and exchange in the broad international context of UNICA Universities. As a result, participants will gain insight into the issues at stake related to the role of libraries in developing an Open Science culture in the university. They will benefit from the experience of others in order to bring their own vision of an Open Science strategy to reality in their university.
The Open Science Strategy of Berlin Universities and Research Institutions by ANDREAS DEGKWITZ,Chief Librarian, Humboldt University of Berlin
(title ppt) by URTĖ NENIŠKYTĖ, Life Sciences Centre | Vilnius University
(title ppt) by MARIA SEISSL, Head of Library and Archive Services, University of Vienna
The library - vector of change towards Open Science by DIANA PUSTULA, Head of Office of International Research and Liaison, University of Warsaw
Library publishing support can be a vector of change towards Open Science by CHRISTINA LENZ, Managing Editor, Stockholm University Press
(title ppt) by DOVILE KURPYTE, Member of Advisory Board, EURODOC
Research Data Support by ROBIN RICE, Data Librarian & Head of Research Data Support Services, University of Edinburgh
Open Science Training by IRYNA KUCHMA, EIFL-OA Coordinator, Vilnius
The Data Support Network in University of Helsinki by PALVI KAIPONEN, Service Director, Research Services, Helsinki University Library
Open is not enough: towards innovative, equitative and sustainable scholarly communication by ELOY RODRIGUES, Director, University of Minho Libraries, Portugal
The strategy of Swedish universities regarding the transition to open access by WILHELM WIDMARK, Library Director, Stockholm University
Transition to open access for journals and monographs in Germany by DIRK PIEPER, Library Deputy Director, Bielefeld University
Balancing forces on the publication market by LENNART STOY, Project Manager, Research & Innovation, EUA
Open Access at University of Cyprus by ELENA DIOMIDI-PARPOUNA, Acting Library Director, University of Cyprus
Library as a marketer of the Responsible Research Program in the University of Oulu by PEKKA OLSBO, Oulu University Library
Activities connected to Open Access are performed by Central Library and Department of Science and Research of Charles University by RADKA RIMANOVA, Director of Central Library of Charles University & LUCIE PANCHARTEK SUCHA, head of e-resources, Central Library of Charles University
A Board Game as an Attractive Tool for Promoting Open Science by LINA SALADZIUVIENE, Head of Information and Data Division, Vilnius University Library
Relationship vs Organisational Marriage between Press and Library” by ARUNAS GUDINAVICIUS, Managing director of Vilnius University Press
What are the benefits for a University Press being part of the library structure and how do university presses meet the challenges of open science? by CHRISTINA LENZ, Managing Editor of books at Stockholm University Press
Library and UP: Embracing a common future at Université libre de Bruxelles by EMILIE MENZ, Publishing director at ULB press and FRANCOISE VANDOOREN, Library research support coordinator, Université libre de Bruxelles.
University Journals. An open access publishing platform: owned by universities, linked to repositories by MAX HARING, Library, project and Innovation, University of Amsterdam
Directors of libraries, heads of library research support, academic heads of research and of libraries, Vice-Rectors for Research, directors of the university press, librarians from UNICA member universities.
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