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Open Access-uka 2022/Open Access week 2022

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    24. -30. oktober markeres den internasjonale Open Access-uka. Flere norske fagbibliotek samarbeider om en rekke webinarer med fokus på åpen vitenskap, publisering og forskningsdata. Alle webinarer er digitale og åpne for alle interesserte.
    Lurer du på hvordan det går med Plan S og visjonen om full åpen tilgang til forskningspublikasjoner? Har du spørsmål om hvem som skal betale for åpen publisering? Er du interessert i å høre om data stewards og hvilken rolle de har i å tilrettelegge datahåndtering? Og hva med klimaforskningen, er den egentlig tilgjengelig for allmennheten?
    Se fullt program på Openscience.no.
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    The International Open Access Week takes place from 24 – 30 October. As part of this year’s OA Week, several Norwegian academic libraries present a number of events with topics related to open publishing, open science and research data management. All webinars are digital and open to anyone interested.
    Are you wondering about the status of Plan S and the vision of full and immediate open access to scientific publications? Do you have questions regarding who will pay the bill for open access publishing? Are you interested in knowing more about data stewards and how they contribute to good data management? And what about climate research, is it really accessible for the public?
    See the full programme on Openscience.no.

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