Implementing Open Access

Seminar for university rectors, vice rectors and library directors

Thursday, Jan 9th, 2020

How will we cover the costs of publishing in the future? What are the ways to inspire academics to start publishing in open access channels? How can we link publications and datasets to each other?

There are still many unanswered questions about open access of research publications. In this seminar, our goal is to find common solutions and shared views to questions concerning the subject, and increase the knowledge relating to open access and transformative agreements. We also have guest speakers to talk about open access causes on an international level.


National Library of Finland, Auditorium (access through Yliopistonkatu 1, Helsinki)

Presentations (pdf)

How to achieve the goal of 100 % OA publishing – A Swedish perspective
Astrid Söderbergh Widding, Rector of Stockholm University, Chair of the Swedish Bibsam Consortium, Chair of the Swedish Association for Higher Education Institutions

Open access from the funders’ point of view
Riitta Maijala, Vice President for Research, Academy of Finland

Open science policies in Finland
Henriikka Mustajoki, Open Science Coordination in Finland

Open Science: Implementing Plan S in the UK
Paul Ayris, Pro-Vice-Provost, UCL Library Services

Avoimen julkaisemisen vaikutukset yliopistokirjastojen toimintaan
Jarmo Saarti, FUN Suomen yliopistokirjastojen verkosto, Itä-Suomen yliopiston kirjastonjohtaja

FinELibin kustantajaneuvottelut
Arja Tuuliniemi, palvelupäällikkö, FinELib, Kansalliskirjasto

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