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2019
Monday, October 21st
12:00 PM

5 facts about Open Access publishing

Eleta Exline, University of New Hampshire - Main Campus

12:00 PM

Infographic about Open Access publishing.

OA Week Kickoff: Cider and Donuts

OAW Planning Team

Dimond Library Lobby

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Kick off Open Access Week 2019 with apple cider, donuts, and Open Access Bingo in the Dimond Library lobby!

Tuesday, October 22nd
12:30 PM

Wikipedia Editor Training

Liz Fowler, University of New Hampshire - Main Campus
Judy Quist, University of New Hampshire - Main Campus

Dimond Library 235

12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Create a Wikipedia editor account and find articles that need citations.

Wikipedia is a multilingual, web-based, free-content encyclopedia project supported by the Wikimedia Foundation and based on a model of openly editable content. Wikipedia's articles provide links designed to guide the user to related pages with additional information.

Bring a laptop or tablet to this hands-on session. Come for as little or long as you'd like during the 90-minute training.

Wednesday, October 23rd
12:00 PM

Open Access vs. Traditional Publishing

Eleta Exline, University of New Hampshire - Main Campus

12:00 PM

Infographic comparing Open Access and traditional publishing.

Open Access: Where do we go from here?

Eleta Exline, University of New Hampshire - Main Campus

Dimond Library 352

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Open Access (OA) publishing models have been building momentum for the past 20 years with far reaching impacts on scholarly communication. A new study finds that 31% of journal articles are currently published OA and those articles attract more than half of article viewership. OA changes where we find and read scholarship, how we evaluate its impact, and how we fund publishing. This presentation will discuss trends and potential futures in OA publishing, with time for discussion and questions.

Feel free to bring lunch. Light refreshments will be served.

Thursday, October 24th
4:30 PM

Hot Topics in IP and Technology: Open Access Publishing

UNH Innovations

UNHI Training Room, 21 Madbury Rd.

4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

For October’s seminar, we've invited Chris Harris and Jen Goodrich from Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) to share their expertise and experience in Open Access (OA) – freely available, digital, online information. Jen is Director of Product Management and Publisher Solutions at CCC and Chris serves as Legal Counsel. CCC provides collective copyright licensing services for corporate and academic users of copyrighted materials.

OA is a newer form of scholarly publishing that is of interest to many in academia, but researchers often struggle with the decision of whether to publish in OA journals versus traditional journals. In this seminar, Chris and Jen will provide a general overview of OA, including the benefits and challenges of publishing in the OA space, and will discuss recent trends. They will also take a deeper dive into the subject to compare OA publishing in humanities and social sciences versus STEM research, and how it might affect funding.

Friday, October 25th
12:00 PM

Getting Started with Zotero

Kathrine C. Aydelott, University of New Hampshire, Durham

Dimond Library 235

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Learn about the free, open-source citation management program Zotero and set it up on your own laptop. Bring your computer!

Open Access for Scholars

Eleta Exline, University of New Hampshire - Main Campus

12:00 PM

Infographic on how to be involved with Open Access as a scholar.