Open Access Week 2019

Invitation - Open Access: Publishing, Predatory journals and TDM

Thursday 03 Oct 19
Seminar on 23 October at 13.00 DTU Library, Lyngby

DTU Library and PhD and Continuing Education are inviting DTU researchers and PhD students for this seminar at the library in building 101D, Lyngby Campus. The event is our contribution to the International Open Access Week.


Taking your first steps in publishing your research?

A 90-minute interactive workshop which, covers the following topics:

  • How to select the right journal title for your manuscript
  • Beware of predatory journals
  • Surviving the peer-review process
  • Open Access
  • Raising your profile and the profile of your research
  • You’re published! What next?

The workshop is presented by Alison Hope, Vice-President at Emerald Publishing Group, however the content is publisher-neutral and applicable across all faculties and subject specialisms.

Fakes and phonies in research publication

The business model that has evolved in the wake of the Open Access movement, where authors pay APCs to obtain Open Access for their publications has unfortunately had a grave side effect. A new type of journals have evolved.  We call them predatory journals and we should work for their extinction.

Presented by Charlotte Wien, Professor, Head of Department, Research and Analysis, The University Library of Southern Denmark
Text & Data Mining: How to get access to TDM prepared Open Access publications in DTU Findit
- a new service from DTU Library
Presented by Christian Tønsberg, Team leader at DTU Library

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before Friday 18 October by sending an email to

Tea, coffee and snacks will be served.

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