The Open Education Global Conference is where the world meets to discuss how opening education helps us achieve universal access, equity, innovation and opportunity in education. The OE Global conference is the most internationally diverse conference devoted exclusively to open education, attracting researchers, practitioners, policy makers, educators and students from more than 35 countries to discuss and explore how Open Education advances educational practices around the world.
Plan S Rights Retention Strategy Webinar
Starting in January 2021, cOAlition S Organisations are changing their grant conditions to mandate Open Access for all publications reporting original research supported in whole or in part by their funding. cOAlition S Organisations offer three routes that allow their funded researchers to be compliant with this policy. Authors can publish in fully Open Access journals and platforms, they can self-archive a version of their paper, or they can publish in journals that are under a Transformative Arrangement.
Improving Research Collaboration and Transparency: Using the Open Science Framework to Enhance Your Research Projects
Kevin Read, a health sciences librarian at the University of Saskatchewan, discusses the Open Science Framework, a research tool that supports collaboration, data management, and transparency throughout the research lifecycle.
OPERAS is the Research Infrastructure supporting open scholarly communication in the social sciences and humanities in the European Research Area. The 2nd OPERAS Annual Conference “Opening up Social Sciences and Humanities in Europe: from Promises to Reality” will outline the current situation of scholarly communication in the social sciences and humanities (SSH) in Europe and how it can adopt widely openness as a normal practice.
Learn how to search for and ethically use open educational resources in your course materials. This introductory workshop covers copyright, licensing, sourcing, and selection of OERs. Join us for this interactive session Friday, October 23, 2020, between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.
The Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) is hosting a webinar, Building Structural Equity and Inclusion in Scholarly Communications:
York University Libraries is offering a panel event to discuss and encourage "broader participation in conversations and actions around emerging scholarly communication issues and will center Indigenous approaches to open scholarship and research."
Cornell University Library is hosting:
Rapid Response: How arXiv and other open access resources are adapting to research community needs during the pandemic
The Australasian Open Access Strategy Group (AOASG) is hosting a series of free, online events during Open Access Week covering a variety of topics. Here are a few of the titles that might be of particular interest:
Learn how to search for and ethically use open educational resources in your course materials. Facilitated by Kari Weaver, instructional design librarian, and Kathryn Blair, copyright specialist at the Centre for Extended Learning, this introductory workshop covers copyright, licensing, sourcing, and selection of OERs.
This talk is presented by Professor James Skidmore, who describes the session as follows:
Instructors are increasingly including open educational resources in their teaching material. Copyright, licensing, sourcing, and selection of OERs will be discussed Tuesday, March 3, 2020 between 10am and 12pm in LIB 323.