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This guide provides an overview of the activities happening this year during Open Access Week, as well as resources that you can use to find out more about open access.
Last Updated: Sep 6, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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International Open Access Week 2014

The theme for International Open Access Week 2014 is "Generation Open" highlighting the importance of students and early career researchers as advocates for change in the short-term, through institutional and governmental policy, and as the future of the Academy upon whom the ultimate success of the Open Access movement depends. The theme will also explore how changes in scholarly publishing affect scholars and researchers at different stages of their careers.

Scheduled activities include:

  • Monday, Oct 20, 2014: Mondays' Event
    Interesting stuff happening
  • Tuesday, Oct 21, 2014: Tuesday's Event
    Whatever that may be
  • Wednesday, Oct 22, 2014: Wednesday's Event
    The calendar is still under development
  • Thursday, Oct 23, 2014: Thursday's Event
    Will be more shortly
  • Friday, Oct 24, 2014: Friday's Event
    Should be fun!

OA Haiku

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International Open Access Week

"Open Access Week, a global event now entering its seventh year, is an opportunity for the academic and research community to continue to learn about the potential benefits of Open Access, to share what they’ve learned with colleagues, and to help inspire wider participation in helping to make Open Access a new norm in scholarship and research."

For more information and to learn more about Open Access visit:


OA Hall of Fame at Oregon State

Each year in celebration of International Open Access Week, OSU Libraries honors a new class of inductees into its Open Access Hall of Fame. These awards have been established to acknowledge those who have worked to make OSU scholarship freely available online, whether by depositing their own work to ScholarsArchive@OSU, advancing Open Access of departmental publications, or advocating policies supporting the principles of Open Access. Our awardees have been leaders in starting an important conversation about how scholars make their research available.


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