OAPEN Seminar, June 10, 2010, Amsterdam


Lloyd Meeting Room
Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy
Oostelijke Handelskade 34, Amsterdam


Saskia C.J. de Vries (Publisher and Director at Amsterdam University Press)

Sijbolt Noorda (Head of the Association of Universities in the Netherlands (VSNU)

OAPEN: Current Status of the Project
Chair: Eelco Ferwerda (Publisher Digital Products at Amsterdam University Press)
Saskia C.J. de Vries (Publisher and Director at Amsterdam University Press)

Publication and Business Model of OAPEN

The OAPEN Library
Caspar Treijtel (Team Leader Digital Production Center at the University Library of the University of Amsterdam):

OA Books and Funding Opportunities
Chair: Gerhard Lauer (Prof and Center for Digital Humanities at the University of Göttingen)

Introductory Remarks
Gerhard Lauer

Changing Attitudes towards OA. The Example of the Scholarly Publishing Office of the University of Michigan’s Library Shana Kimball (Co-Director at the University of Michigan Library’s Scholarly Publishing Office (SPO)

OA Books and Funding of Publications: Example of the Austrian Research Foundation Doris Haslinger (Support for Scientific Publications and for Science Communications at the Austrian Research Foundation (FWF)

OAPEN’s pilot for Open Books Eelco Ferwerda (Publisher Digital Products at Amsterdam University Press):

OA Publishing: Stakeholders’ Perspectives
Chair: Kurt de Belder (Leiden University Library)

OAPEN as part of the European research infrastructure? Ariana Ciula (Science Officer at the Humanities Unit of the European Science Foundation (ESF)

Recommendations from the Danish Open Access Committee Bo Öhrström (Director at Denmark’s Electronic Research Library)

OA Publishing: Stakeholders’ Perspectives continued

Books in Open Access: Publishers’ Experiences Margo Bargheer (Göttingen University Press and Department for Electronic Publications at the Göttingen State)

Igitur and Open Access & Plans of Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association (OASPA) Saskia Franken (Manager Igitur, Utrecht Publishing & Archiving Services, Member of Board of OASPA, The Hague)

The Transition towards Open Access Research Jos Engelen (Chairman of The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research -  NWO )