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[BOAI] 3 forthcoming talks on open access through self-archiving (April-May)

From: Stevan Harnad <harnad AT>
Date: Wed, 26 Mar 2003 18:07:29 +0000 (GMT)

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             Re: [BOAI] 3 forthcoming talks on open access through self-archiving (April-May) from peter.j.murray AT

Here are three forthcoming talks on open access through self-archiving
(plus a related workshop):

Symposium on Scholarly Publishing and Archiving on the Web
University of Albany 7 April 2003.
"Maximizing Research Impact Through Institutional Self-Archiving" 

Council of Science Editors (CSE) Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh PA 4 May 2003.
"Author/Institution Self-Archiving and the Future of Peer-Reviewed 

International Association of Scientific, Technical and Medical
(STM) Publishers "Universal Access: By Evolution or Revolution?" 
Amsterdam, 15-16 May 2003.
"Open Access by Peaceful Evolution"  

International School of Advanced Studies (SISSA) (with partial
support of the European Union) 
Workshop on "Peer Review in the Age of Open Archives" 
Trieste (Italy) 24-25 May 2003.

Stevan Harnad

NOTE: A complete archive of the ongoing discussion of providing open
access to the peer-reviewed research literature online is available at
the American Scientist September Forum (98 & 99 & 00 & 01 & 

Discussion can be posted to: september98-forum AT 

See also the Budapest Open Access Initiative:

the BOAI Forum:

the Free Online Scholarship Movement:

the SPARC position paper on institutional repositories:

the OAI site:

and the free OAI institutional archiving software site:

Re: [BOAI] 3 forthcoming talks on open access through self-archiving (April-May)

From: Peter Murray <peter.j.murray AT>
Date: Thu, 27 Mar 2003 10:01:32 +0000

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A related event on Open Access with particular interest to UK health=20
community may be the following (although it doesn't seem to be on=20

a Forum on Open Access in Medical Research Publishing at the British=20
Library in London on Monday April 14th 2003.

Co-hosted by the NHS, the British Library and BioMed Central, this event=20
will provide an afternoon of talks and open discussion on developments and=
issues in new models of scholarly publishing. If you are involved in=20
medical research, and are in a position to publish your findings, you will=
need to know about these new developments, as they will directly affect the=
visibility and citability of your work. In addition, the NHS has recently=20
become a member of BioMed Central, which is of direct benefit to=20
researchers =97 come and find out why!

Dr Peter Murray

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