Booking is now open for Open Access Oxford: Publishing, Papers and Peer-review, our event on Friday 20th January, 2017 (10.30-16.00).
There are many changes afoot in academic publishing. We therefore invite you to attend a series of short talks, panel discussions and opportunities for conversation around the subject of open access publishing. Speakers and panel members will include Oxford academics, and representatives from the Wellcome Trust, F1000, eLife, PLoS, BioRxiv, Publons, Oxford University Press, the University’s IT Services and Bodleian Libraries. The meeting will focus predominantly on biomedical sciences, but attendees from other disciplines are also welcome.
Topics will include presentation and discussion of new open access platforms, the process of peer review, the role of reviewer, how we use metrics, the role of IT and the internet, managing sensitive data, and the balance between sharing your work and retaining ownership. The aims are to help academics maximize the accessibility and impact of their work, to learn about the University’s publishing requirements, to facilitate discussions between academia and publishers, to identify where to go for help with publishing, and to address some of the challenges of publication.
Lead organiser is Dr Philippa Matthews (Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Fellow, Nuffield Department of Medicine) with the Open Access team.
This free event (includes tea/coffee & sandwich lunch) is open to all University members. Book your place.
Venue: Seminar Room, Nuffield Department of Medicine Research Building, Old Road Campus, Headington. Directions and travel to NDMRB.
You can find more background information in this article: Matthews PC. FAIRness in scientific publishing. F1000Research 2016, 5:2816.