The week of October 22 marks the sixth annual international “Open Access Week”!
You may remember that last October, the UT Libraries participated in the OA Week celebrations by surveying UT faculty and researchers on their knowledge, experience and perceptions of the open access model of publishing.
Want to learn more about open access publishing? In person? For free?
Librarians from UT and BGSU recently got together to plan an informative day for those who would like to learn more. Come join us on Tuesday, October 23 in the Driscoll Center (Schmakel Room) on Main Campus to interact in person with colleagues on the challenges and rewards of taking part in an open access publishing environment. This all-day event will help answer questions for you on what open access publishing is and it will allow you to share stories with other researchers, professors and scholars. Students are welcome too.
In the spirit of open access, this event is free of charge (and includes a free lunch!)
To attend in person, please RSVP by October 16 to the email posted in the link below.
Because seating is limited, you will also have the option to participate online if you cannot make it through the door. (instructions forthcoming)
see full schedule