[Koalicja-l] [eIFLoa] Fwd: Berlin8 Open Access Conference First Announcement

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Karolinko

to wazna berlinska konferencja, daj krotki komunikat u nas

wczoraj zrobilam strony informacyjne dla Otwartej nauki, kultury -  
Alek rzuc okiem do otwartej nauki, bo tam jest fragment z podrecznika,  
wydaje sie, ze to ty go napisales albo justyna, chce tam podac  
nazwisko autora tego fragmentu, zidentyfikuj mi to

inne teksty pochodza z moich artykulow, ale mozecie je oczywiscie  
modyfikowac, jak wam nie leza, tylko mi nie ruszajcie otwartej nauki,  
my z Alkiem to bedziemy robic, bede nadal nad tym pracowała, dodam tez  
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*Berlin8 Open Access Conference First Announcement*

April 20, 2010



Berlin 8 Open Access Conference (Berlin 8), jointly hosted by Chinese
Academy of Sciences, China, and Max Planck Society, Germany, will be held in
October 25-27, 2010, in Beijing, China.



In today’s world, access to information is a critical factor for the
survival, development, and competition for institutions, communities, and
citizens. Open access to information becomes a major means to ensure the
widest distribution of information and public rights of access to knowledge.
As the newest one of the Berlin Open Access Conferences, Berlin 8 aims
toshare and explore the strategies, policies, implementation
approaches,
supporting mechanisms, and international collaborative efforts, for open
access, by governmental and funding agencies, research and educational
institutions, scholarly communications agencies, libraries, and open access
researchers and practitioners, among others.



As the first Berlin Open Access Conference to be held outside the European
continent, Berlin 8 hopes to attract the newcomers of open access in
emerging and developing countries, as well as veterans of open access from
Europe, North America, and other countries.



*1. Themes*

The main theme of Berlin 8 is:

Berlin Declaration: Implementation Progress, Best Practices, and Future
Challenges.

The following sub-themes are suggested but not limited to:

Trends in international scholarly communications and open access

Strategies and policies of funding agencies

OA strategies, policies, and implementations at R&D institutions

Open Data, Open Educational Resources, and Open Science

Current Research on Open Access, including legal issues, economy, impact,
user participations, and others

Administrative and operational issues in implementing OA

Supporting mechanisms for sustainable OA

OA in developing countries and in the world



*2. Registration*

Berlin 8 welcomes all those interested in open access to participate. You
can register at Berlin 8 Conference website http://www.berlin8.org.



Regular registration fee for international participants would be 300 euros,
and the early-bird registration before August 20 is 240 euros. The
registration fee will cover the conference sessions and a free access to
post-conferences sessions, lunches for Oct. 25-27, the reception, and one
local cultural visit on Oct. 27,2010.



*3. Presentations*

Formal presentations on the themes and other closely related topics are
welcomed. We are inviting speakers from governmental and funding agencies,
research and educational institutions, scholarly communications agencies,
libraries, and open access researchers and practitioners. At the same time,
we welcome proposals for presentations from all interested.



Deadlines:

June 15: Proposals for presentations due.

July 15: Acceptance of presentations due.

August 15: Abstract of presentations due.

September 30: Full presentations (in full-text or in power-point
presentation) due.



The proposals can be sent to Berlin 8 Secretariat at the following

Berlin 8 Secretariat

Room 604

National Science Library, Chinese Academy of Sciences

33 Beisihuan Xilu, Haidian District, Beijing, 100190, China

Email: berlin8 w mail.las.ac.cn. **

Tel: 86-10-82626611-6604, 86-10-82626683

Fax: 86-10-82626600 (please indicate in the cover “for B8 conference”)



*4. Poster session*

Posters will be invited to be displayed during the conference at the
conference venue. A special Call for Posters will be issued soon.



*5. Organization of Berlin 8*

Co-hosts:

       Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), China,

       Max Planck Society (MPS), Germany.

Local organizer:

National Science Library, CAS, Beijing, China

Venue:

National Science Library, CAS, Beijing, China

Honorary Chairs of the Organizing Committee:

Professor Lu Yongxiang, President, CAS

Professor Peter Gruss, President, MPS.

Chair of the Organizing Committee:

Professor Li Jinghai, Vice President of CAS

For more information about Berlin 8 Open Access Conference, please visit
Berlin 8 conference website: http://www.berlin8.org.



*6. Attached: Draft B8 Conference Program*
*
*

Berlin 8 Open Access Conference

Draft Program 1.0 (April 20, 2010)



Berlin 8 Open Access Conference, co-hosted by Chinese Academy of Sciences,
China, and Max Planck Society, Germany, to be held at the National Science
Library, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China.

*Day One***

*October 25, 2010, B8 Conference*

*09:00-09:30*

*Opening Ceremony**:**Welcome speeches by the organizers and others*

*09:30-10:30*

*Keynote Speeches *

*10:30-11:00*

*Tea Break*

*11:00-12:30*

*Session 1: National Open Access Strategies and Policies (1)*

*12:30-14:00*

*Lunch*

*14:00-15:30*

*Session 2: National Open Access Strategies and Policies (2)*

*15:30-16:00*

*Tea break***

*16:00-17:30*

*Session3: *

*Strategies and policies of  funding agencies***

*Session4:*

*OA strategies, policies, and implementations at*

*R&D institutions***

*18:00-20:00*

*Reception*

* *
*
*

*Day Two***

*October 26, 2010, B8 Conference*

*09:00-10:30*

*Session 5:*

*Open Repositories*

*Session 6:*

*Open Access Publishing*

*10:30-11:00*

*Tea Break***

*11:00-12:30*

*Session7: *

*Open Data, Open Educational Resources, and Open Science*

*Session8:*

*Open Access in  Developing Countries and the World*

*12:30-14:00*

*Lunch*

*14:00-15:30*

*Session9:*

*Legal and Economical Issues in OA***

*Session10:*

*Supporting Mechanisms and Services for Sustainable OA*

*15:30-16:00*

*Tea break*

*16:00-17:00*

*Panel Discussion: Future Challenges for Open Access*

*17:00-17:30*

*Invitation to B9 in 2011*

*18:00-20:00*

*Dinner*

* *

* *

*Day Three*

*October 27, 2010, Post-Conference Sessions*

*09:00-10:30*

*Case Study 1: Open Access Journal Operations *

*10:30-11:00*

*Tea Break*

*11:00-12:30*

*Case Study 2: Open Repository Tools and Operations*

*12:30-14:00*

*Lunch*

*14:00-15:30*

*Case Study 3: Open Access Policies by Publishers*

*15:30-16:00*

*Tea Break*

*16:00-17:30*

*Case Study 4: Open Research and Open Access*

*18:00-19:00*

*Dinner*

*Day Three*

*October 27, 2010, Local Cultural Visits (Half day)*




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