2022 - Oxford Festival of Open Scholarship

What in the world is going on with open access and open research? Come along and hear from an array of exciting national and international speakers – and find out!

The inaugural Oxford Festival of Open Scholarship (OxFOS) is a reimagining of Oxford Open Access Week. Organised by the Bodleian Libraries, for Oxford staff and students, OxFOS will cover a range of topical issues, including:

The very latest updates on funder policy including Wellcome, ERC/EC, and UKRI
The tricky problem of open monographs
Sustainable publishing infrastructures
Defending the rights of authors

OxFOS is online and takes place over two weeks: 8-9th week, Hilary Term (7-18th March). Sessions range between half hour talks and two-hour workshops. This is an opportunity to explore and debate issues, and jointly look for solutions.
Type: Conference
Series organiser: Bodleian Libraries (University of Oxford)
Timing: Monday 7th until Thursday 17th March
Web Address: https://openaccess.ox.ac.uk/oxfos-22/


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Editor: Sarah Humphreys