Open Access Days 2015 in Zurich

The annual conference of the German-speaking open access community is to be held at the University of Zurich on 7 and 8 September.

The programme for Open Access Days 2015 (external link) has been published and the conference is open for registration: sign up before 15 July!

ETH-Bibliothek will be giving the following talks at the Open Access Days:

Monday, 7 September, 16.15, session 1: (Linked) Open Data and Cultural Heritage
Nicole Graf (Image Archive): from the image agency to an open data supplier: realignment of the licensing model of ETH-Bibliothek's Image Archive.

Tuesday, 8 September, 10.45 , session 5: Data Repositories and Open Access
Matthias Töwe (Digital Curation): research data and open access: organisation is… part and parcel of it.  
Barbara Hirschmann (E-Publishing): development of standards and best practices in the field of research data publication. A glance at DataCite's work.

Tuesday, 8 September,14.00, session 10: News for Librarians
Nadja Böller (Consortium of Swiss Academic Libraries): "Access to everything for everyone – forever." How the "Nationallizenzen" project supports the Swiss open-access movement.

Further information on the information platform open-access.net (external link)

26.06.2015