UKSG Managing Open Access: London

20 May 2014 10:00
Europe/London

Managing OA: pain points and workflows

Event summary

Are you working with Open Access on a daily basis?  Would you benefit from an event that allows you to share some of your practices and ‘pain points’ and learn from others in a range of institutions?  Would you like to hear from publishers and intermediaries, to know where they are with OA, and listen to a range of short case studies?

Why you should attend

This practical one-day seminar is designed to facilitate sharing of information and is aimed at those working with OA on a day-to-day basis in institutions.  Various stakeholders including publishers, librarians and intermediaries will provide their perspectives on the OA model and its impact on processes and workflows.  Current projects and future developments will also be covered.  There will be plenty of time to share experiences and to listen to case studies from a variety of institutions. 

Fee 

UKSG members:  £180.00 + £36.00 VAT [20%] (total £216.00)
Non-members:  £230.00 + £46.00 VAT [20%] (total £276.00)

The fee includes refreshments, lunch and the drinks reception.

Venue

The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (Library)
1 Carlton House Terrace
London
SW1Y 5DB

Tel.: 020 7451 7300 (Reception)

Programme

10.00  Registration and coffee

10.30  Welcome and introduction by the Chair/UKSG representative
Jane Harvell, Head of Academic Services and Special Collections, University of Sussex

10.35  Scene setting: libraries 
Martin Wolf, Research Support Lead, University of Liverpool
 
10.55  Scene setting: publishers 
David Ross, Executive Publisher, Open Access, SAGE Publications     

11.15  Break

11.30  Intermediaries: a brief overview of current service offerings in OA 
Ann Lawson, Senior Director, Publisher Relations, EBSCO Information Services

11.50  Jisc OA Monitor 
Jo Lambert, Jisc Monitor Project Manager, Jisc

12.10  Open Access Workflows for Academic Librarians (OAWAL) 
Graham Stone, Information Resources Manager, University of Huddersfield

12.30  Questions for the morning speakers

12.45  Lunch

Working with Open Access:

13.30  Case Study 1 
Janet Aucock, Head of Cataloguing and Repository Services, University Library,
University of St Andrews

13.45  Case Study 2 
Susan Ashworth, Deputy Director, University of Glasgow Library

14.00  Case Study 3
Helen Ellis, Regional Sales Manager, IOP Publishing 

14.15  Workshop

14.45  Break   

15.00  Feedback and ideas

16.00  Summary, final questions and closing remarks

16.15  Close of seminar

How to book

Booking for this seminar has now closed.

Cancellations

By Monday 12 May 2014 - full refund
From Tuesday 13 May 2014 - no refund

NB:  UKSG reserves the right to alter or vary the programme due to events or circumstances beyond its reasonable control without being obliged to refund monies.

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