Open Access and Society: Impact and Engagement – Seminars

March 26, 2014

The Academy, together with the Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers (ALPSP), is pleased to be sponsoring a pair of complementary seminars hosted by Taylor and Francis. These two seminars – one in London and one in Brussels – are looking at Open Access issues, particularly in the european context.

Publishing Academy Day Agenda – for ACSS

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SEMINAR ONE

19th May 2014, Thomas Lord Suite, Lord’s Cricket Ground, St John’s Wood, London

A Taylor & Francis Seminar, in association with ALPSP and the Academy of Social Sciences

Agenda
10.30 Refreshments

11.00 Welcome and Opening Remarks
David Green, Global Publishing Director, Taylor & Francis

11.15 Session: Open Access and Policy
Chair: Mike Brady, Chair, Colwiz

Horizon 2020, scholarly communication and Science 2.0: the EU perspective
Jean-Claude Burgelman, Head of Unit C2, DG Research and Innovation, European Commission
The RCUK mandate: reflections a year on | Mark Thorley, Head of Science Information & Data Management Coordinator, NERC and Chair of the RCUK Research Outputs Network
HEFCE: plans for REF 2020 and beyond | (speaker tbc)
The global scene | Vicky Gardner, Open Access Publisher, Taylor & Francis
• Q&A of all speakers

12.15 Buffet Lunch

13.15 Panel Session: Planning for Impact and Engagement
Chair: David Green, Global Publishing Director, Taylor & Francis

The publisher perspective | Gillian Howcroft, eProducts Director, Taylor & Francis
CHORUS | Ed Pentz, Executive Director, CrossRef (tbc)
The institutional perspective | Speaker (tbc)
The society perspective: panel with representatives | Sally Hardy, Chief Executive of the Regional Studies Association; and Helen Perkins, Director, Society for Research into Higher Education
• Q&A of all speakers

14.45 Session: The Evidence Base
Chair: Jo Cross, Research & Business Intelligence Manager, Taylor & Francis

T&F 2014 OA Author Survey – what are researchers’ perceptions of mandates?
Will Frass, Research Executive, Taylor & Francis
Outcomes from the T&F and ALPSP 2014 survey of societies | Rod Cookson, Editorial Director, Taylor & Francis
Usage half-life and Green OA | Professor Chris Wickham, Chichele Professor of Medieval History, University of Oxford
• Q&A of all speakers

15.45 Closing Remarks and Group Discussion

16.30 Cocktail reception

 

SEMINAR TWO

17 June 2014 | Hotel BLOOM!, Rue Royale 250,1210 Saint-Josse-ten-Noode, Brussels, Belgium

A Taylor & Francis Seminar, in association with ALPSP and the Academy of Social Sciences

Agenda

10.30 Refreshments

11.00 Welcome and Opening Remarks, David Green, Global Publishing Director, Taylor & Francis

11.15 Session: The Evidence Base

Chair: Ian White, Journals Publisher, Taylor & Francis

  • T&F 2014 OA Author Survey – What are researchers’ perceptions of mandates? Will Frass, Research Executive, Taylor & Francis
  • Outcomes from the T&F and ALPSP 2014 survey of societies | Audrey McCulloch, Chief Executive ALPSP
  • Q&A of all speakers

12.00 Session: Open Access and Policy

Chair: David Green, Global Publishing Director, Taylor & Francis

  • Horizon 2020, scholarly communication and Science 2.0: the EU perspective | Jean-Claude Burgelman, Head of Unit C2, DG Research and Innovation, European Commission
  • The Funder Perspective
    • Johannes Fournier, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft  (DFG)
    • Speaker tbc, Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE)
  • The global scene | Vicky Gardner, Open Access Publisher, Taylor & Francis
  • Q&A of all speakers

13.15 Buffet Lunch

14.35 Panel Session: Planning for Impact and Engagement Chair: tbc

  • The publisher perspective | Gillian Howcroft, eProducts Director, Taylor & Francis
  • CHORUS| Ed Pentz, Executive Director, CrossRef
  • The institutional perspective | (speaker tbc)
  • The society perspective | (Andrew Massey, Vice-President, European Group for Public Administration)
  • Q&A of all speakers

15.30 Tea / coffee break

16.00 Closing Remarks and Group Discussion

16.30 Cocktail reception

 

 

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