Join IU Libraries' Scholarly Communication Department for a series of events celebrating International Open Access Week, October 23-27.
Hybrid events will highlight scholarly visibility, funding support for open access publishing, and OA book and journal publishing. Indiana University will also take the opportunity to discuss the implications of the recent “Nelson Memo,” which has wide-reaching impact for all research and publications supported by federal grant agencies.
Choose in-person or virtual attendance, and attend one or all of the events. We especially hope to see you at the closing community-building reception starting at 3:30 p.m. on Friday, October 27.
We are excited to announce our two keynote speakers, Professor Lucy Lu Wang and Professor Shella Keilholz. On Friday, October 27, Professor Wang will discuss how AI can improve the accessibility and impact of scientific publishing and, immediately following, Professor Keilholz will discuss the creation of the new OA journal Imaging Neuroscience.
View the full schedule of events; your RSVP is appreciated.
These events are co-sponsored by the Department of Information and Library Science, the Department of African-American and African Diaspora Studies, and the Institute for Digital Arts and Humanities. Everyone at IU Libraries is very grateful for their support.