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[Journal-notes] International Open Access Conference, Beijing China: Papers Online

Stevan Harnad harnad at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Fri Jul 8 13:38:37 EST 2005


    The PDfs for the 
    International Conference on Policies and Strategies 
    for Open Access to Scientific Information 
    Beijing, China June 22-24, 2005 
http://libraries.csdl.ac.cn/Meeting/MeetingID.asp?action=skin&language=Eng&MeetingID=7&MeetingMenuID=39
    are now online at
http://libraries.csdl.ac.cn/Meeting/MeetingID.asp?action=skin&language=Eng&MeetingID=7&MeetingMenuID=51

[There are some real gems among them -- SH]

Opening Ceremony
Chair: Xiaolin Zhang, Library of Chinese Academy of Sciences

Welcome
Jinghai Li, Vice President of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Academician
	
Opening Remarks
Melissa Hagemann, Open Society Institute (OSI)
Rima Kupryte, Electronic Information for Libraries (eIFL)
	
    Keynote Speech 
    Qiheng Hu, Vice Chair of Chinese Association for Science and
    Technology

Session 1: National & Funding Agency's Strategies and Policies on OA-Part I
Chair: Melissa Hagemann, OSI

    Open Availability of Scientific Information: An Overview of Policy
    and Practice at the U.S. National Academies 
    Paul Uhlir, Director of the Office of International Scientific and
    Technical Information Programs at U.S. National Academies

    Open Access Policy in Finland 
    Sakari Karjalainen, Director of Science Policy Division of Ministry
    of Education, Finland

    Why European universities and funding agencies are committing to
    open access
    Fred Friend, Honorary Director Scholarly Communication University
    College London

Session 2: National & Funding Agency's Strategies and Policies on OA-Part II
Chair: George Strawn, National Science Foundation (USA)

    Open Access - the next steps from a funder's perspective 
    Robert Terry, Senior Policy Adviser of the Wellcome Trust

    The way to Open Access - French strategies to move forward 
    Herbert Gruttemeier, Project Manager, International relations officer
    of INIST-CNRS

    Suggested policy framework for open access in scientific research
    in developing countries
    Xiaolin Zhang, Director of Library of Chinese Academy of Sciences

Session 3: Institutional Strategies and Policies on OA
Chair: Paul Uhlir, the U.S. National Academies

    The Open Access Agenda of the Max Planck Society 
    Georg W. Botz, Max Planck Society

    Open access policy and strategies of Lund University and DOAJ 
    Lars Bjornshauge, Director of Lund University Libraries

    Mandates and Benefits in Open Access Policies 
    Leslie Carr, University of Southampton

Session 4: Scientific Publishing's Strategies and Policies on OA: Part I
Chair: Georg Botz, Max Planck Society

    Open Access publishing - What do authors want 
    Matthew Cockerill, Director of Operations, BioMed Central Ltd

    Implementing a New Model for Scientific Publishing 
    Helen Doyle, Director of Development and Strategic Alliances, Public
    Library of Science

    Enabling Open Access: Publishing Cooperatives 
    Raym Crow, Senior Consultant for the SPARC Consulting Group

Session 5: Scientific Publishing's Strategies and Policies on OA?Part II
Chair: Jan Velterop, Velterop von Leyden Open Access Consultancy

    Open Access Repositories in China: a Case Study on qiji.cn 
    Yanjiang Ji, Beijing Science and Technology University

    How open access journals and institutional repositories can work
    together
    Jean-Claude Guedon, University of Montreal

    Access To Scholarly Literature:  Network Effects and Unintended
    Consequences 
    John Wilbanks, Executive Director of Science Commons

Session 6: Effects of OA on Information Service Agencies
Chair: Jean-Claude Guedon, University of Montreal

    Open Access and the Transformation of Science 
    Jan Velterop, Velterop von Leyden Open Access Consultancy

    Authors' perspectives on open access: effective ways to achieve OA
    Alma P Swan, Director of Key Perspectives Ltd
    
    Chinese Scientists' attitude toward open access 
    Jingli Chu, Head of the Department of Education and Research of
    Libary of CAS

    Citation Analysis of Open Access Journals 
    Allen Yeo, Lead Manager, Global Sales Support,  Asia Pacific,
    Thomson Scientific

Session 7: Digital Divide and Open Access
Chair: Sakari Karjalainen, Science Policy Division of Ministry of Education,
Finland

    Open access and the developing world 
    Subbiah Arunachalam, Swaminathan Research Foundation, India

    Maximizing Research Impact of Scientific Publications from Developing
    Countries through Open Access: Experience from Bioline International
    Leslie Chan, Associate Director of Bioline International

    The SciELO (Scientific Electronic Library on Line) Program. An
    Initiative of Open Access to Scientific Journals in Latin America,
    Caribbean and Iberian countries.
    Rogerio Meneghini, SciELO Scientific Coordinator

Closing Ceremony
Xiaolin Zhang, Director of Library of Chinese Academy of Sciences

Session 8: Invitational Meeting for a draft policy recommendation
Chair: Jingli Chu, Library of Chinese Academy of Sciences

Policy Recommendation Proposals
Xiaolin  Zhang, Library of Chinese Academy of Sciences




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