This event (timing and pricing) has been updated – PLEASE see Forum page for prices / timetable.
The Australian Open Access Support Group is pleased to announce its inaugural ‘must attend’ face to face Forum, to be held on the morning of Wednesday 5 November at ACU’s North Sydney Campus.
The forum will consist of two morning sessions, one a facilitated discussion featuring researchers from a range of disciplines discussing the benefits and challenges of sharing their work through making it open access and communicating it through social media. The other session will focus on national and international trends in open access.
This event will precede the ANDS afternoon of talks featuring Dr Heather Piwowar and is held the day before the CAUL Research Repository Community Days commence.
Registration fees will cover costs and morning tea will be provided. Lunch will be provided for those staying for the afternoon ANDS events.
Registrations are not yet open, but we will send out notification to the lists as soon as we can. Please note the date, and starting time of 9:30 am in your diary for when you are booking your travel to the CAUL research Repository Community Days and/or the ANDS workshop.
AOASG Open Access Forum – The Researcher’s Perspective
Wednesday November 5th
FREE for staff or students of AOASG member institutions (https://aoasg.org.au/membership/)
$50 for others
Tenison Woods House, 8-20 Napier Street, North Sydney, NSW which is part of the North Sydney Campus of the Australian Catholic University
Further details of the Forum will be made available via the aoasg.org.au website, or contact email@example.com
There will be two other events at ACU of likely interest to those attending the Forum.
• On Wednesday afternoon, November 5, the Australian National Data Service (ANDS) will be presenting an afternoon of talks exploring open access, data, data reuse, data citation and research impact featuring guest speaker, Dr Heather Piwowar. Those staying for this event will be provided with lunch. More details from ANDS (www.ands.org.au/events/index.html)
• On Thursday and Friday the CAUL Research Repositories Community Days (www.caul.edu.au) will be held at the same venue.