Open Access Week

Open Access Week: Did you miss the event in DTU Library? See here

Friday 26 Oct 18

As part of the Open Access Week DTU Library was hosting an event on Thursday, 25 October with a series of exciting presentations about Open Science. The slides from the presentations are of course openly available.

Open Access and DTU's publishing policy
Dean of Research, Katrine Krogh Andersen

Dean of Research, Katrine Krogh Andersen talked about the importance of DTU's research results and research data being openly accessible and thus giving value to society. DTU works with a green Open Access policy and post-prints must be sent to DTU Library.
PilOpen Access og DTU’s publiceringspolitik (pdf)
Open Access and Open Data in practice
Pierre Pinson, Professor, DTU Electro

Professor Pierre Pinson talked about his research team's work on open research, open data and open education and the experience he has had with Open Science in practice. It takes a lot of work working with open science, but it pays off.
PilOpen Access and Open Data in practice (pdf)
Winning H2020 applications in Open Science and Open Data
Ivo Grigorov, Research Coordinator, DTU Aqua

Research coordinator Ivo Grigorov talked about the funders' focus on Open Science and the importance of research being available. Think of the FAIR principles in terms of all the output of your research.
PilFOSTER Open Science Clinique
PilDoes Open Science matter at proposal evaluation
PilWinning Horizon 2020 with Open Science (brief)

Support og services omkring Open Access håndtering
Information Consultant Maria Christensen, DTU Library

Information consultant Maria Christiansen explained how DTU Library supports DTU's work with Open Access, and how the library can help the departments towards more Open Access.
PilDTU Library Services and Support (pdf)

Thank you
With these words, Open Access Week 2018 ends. But the effort ti secure free access to DTU's research will of course continue with full strength.

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