Danish Open Access Week 2022
Participate in ten free webinars on open access. The Danish Network for Open Access has initiated the first national Open Access Week from 24-28 October.
Info about event
Open Access Week is an annual event held worldwide. The purpose of Open Access Week is to spread knowledge and awareness of open access. Open Access Week is always held in the last week of October and has taken place since 2009. The Danish Network for Open Access – a network with members from all the Danish universities – can now present the first Danish Open Access Week.
Ten webinars – from basics to complicated matters
The Danish Open Access Week consists of ten webinars that intend to demystify and explain what open access means. There will be presentations that explain the basics of open access, and presentations that go into details with more complicated open access matters, such as the nuances of the Plan S initiative.
Among the week's presenters are Johan Rooryck from cOAlition S, who gives a presentation on the coalition and Plan S, and Per Pippin Aspaas from the University of Tromsø, who gives a presentation on the Rights Retention Strategy.
All webinars are free of charge, and everyone can register.