Designing Equitable Foundations for Open Knowledge: Open Access Week
Join the UCSF Library as we participate in 2018 International Open Access Week! Open access (OA) is the free, immediate, online access to the published results of scholarly research and the right to use, share and re-use those results. This year’s theme is on designing equitable foundations for open knowledge.
Stop by the Information Table in the Medical Sciences Building Lobby at Parnassus on October 22 to learn more about open access and how it impacts you. We have lots of updates to share about OA publishing, open data, and open science, all brought to you by three representatives from UCSF’s newly formed Open Science Group! Plus cookies and swag.
Related LibGuide: Open Access Publishing Fund by Anneliese Taylor
- Monday, October 22, 2018
- 11:30am - 1:00pm
- Mission Bay
Ibraheem Ali is a Biomedical Sciences PhD candidate. His primary interests are to improve scholarly communication mechanisms and biomedical information management. His reaserch specialty is in epigenetics and gene regulation where he studies how mammalian cells respond to growth and stresses like viral infection.
Anneliese is the Head of Scholarly Communication at the Library and works with the UCSF community on topics related to scholarly publishing and its components.