Webinar: International and national copyright policy action for OA
Monday, 8 March 2021, 14-16 CET.
A joint webinar between SPARC Europe and EIFL
Open Science policymakers, Research Funding Organizations and Research Performing Organizations managers, librarians, repository managers and academic institutional copyright experts.
We will organise a separate event for publishers.
|14.00||Introduction, Vanessa Proudman, SPARC Europe|
|14.05|| Perceptions from the audience. Current policy challenges. Mentimetre. Facilitator: Iryna Kuchma|
|Rights retention policy experiences from the field|
|International research funders|
|14.15||The Rights Retention Strategy: cOAlition S and beyond, Johan Rooryck and Sally Rumsey, cOAlition S|
|14.25||Open Science and copyright in Horizon Europe, Alea Lopez de San Roman, European Commission|
|14.35||Questions for funders|
|14.45||“Authors/Institutions are encouraged to retain copyright …” Ireland’s National Open Research Forum and the copyright retention challenge. Niamh Brennan, Trinity College Dublin & Susan Reilly, University College Dublin|
|14.55||Using the Dutch Copyright Act to speed up open access: lessons learned from the ‘You Share, We Take Care’ project. Arjan Schalken, UKBsis|
|15.05||A national institutional approach: Academic Rights Retention: maintaining choice and restraining costs. Chris Banks, Imperial College London|
|15.15||Questions for national policymakers|
|15.25||Unlocking scientific information in the public interest. Brigitte Vezina, Director of Policy, Creative Commons|
|15.35||Panel discussion: Where does policy need to align?|