International Open Access Week

  • Überblick

    Montag, 19.10., 10:00 bis 12:00 Uhr, Forum, Saal X0.13

     

    Vortrag von Robert Shields, Senior Editor der Zeitschrift PLoS Biology

     

    - What is PLoS and what is the business model?

    - What should a scientific paper look like when it has been submitted to PLoS?

    - What is the impact of PLoS to the scientific community?

    - What about OA publication of scientific data and are there any plans to publish them together with the original papers in PLoS?

    - Discussion

     

    Robert Shields studied biochemistry in Cambridge, did research at Univ. of Sussex, at UCSF in San Franciso and in the biotech industry. He wrote numerous news & views artciles for Nature, was European editor of Cell for 5 years, than editor of Trends in genetics before he switched to PLoS Biology in 2006. For more bibliographical info go to this webpage:

    www.plos.org/about/people/biology.html

     

    Donnerstag, 22.10., 13:00 bis 15:00 Uhr, Forum, Raum X0.13a

     

    Vorträge zum Thema Open Access am HZI, lectures about Open Access activities at the HZI

    - Axel Plähn: Was ist die Idee hinter Open Access und was tun wir am HZI dafür?

    - Dr. Roland Weller: Das HZI-Open Repository

    - Prof. Dr. Rainer Jonas: Open Access als Beitrag zur internationalen Ausstrahlung der Wissenschaft (Vortrag auch am 19.10. zur deutschen Auftaktveranstaltung an der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek in München gehalten)

     

    Weitere Infos zu bundesweiten Aktivitäten finden Sie hier:

    www.open-access.net


    Datum: 19. - 23.10.2009

    Veranstaltungsort

    HZI Forum

    Gastgeber

    Axel Plähn, Leiter der HZI-Bibliothek