Open Access Week 2021
Join us for a series of national and local events during the Open Access Week and learn about open research, open publishing, and data sharing!
National Open Access Week events
Monday 25th - Friday 29th October
As part of this year’s Open Access Week, several Norwegian academic libraries, together with RDA (Research Data Alliance) Norway and ELIXIR Norway, present a series of events with topics related to open publishing, open science and data sharing. All events are digital and are open to anyone interested.
Local events at the University of Oslo
Monday 25th October
11:00-12:30: Shut Up and Write: Documentation (on-site)
Is it difficult to set aside time to write proper documentation for your data collection? We offer a structured information and writing session for you!
13:00-14:30: Shut Up and Write: Data Management Plan (on-site)
Is it difficult to set aside time to write proper Data Management Plan for your research project? We offer a structured information and writing session for you!
Tuesday 26th October
13:00-14:30: Sharing and archiving research data
Are you keen on sharing your research data? Or does your publisher or funder require that your dataset is available? In this course we will introduce you to data sharing and how to do it yourself. The course is a part of a series of research data management courses.
Wednesday 27th October
13:00-14:30: Data discovery and reuse
There are lots of data out there to discover and reuse. In this course we will introduce you to the concept of data discovery and show you the basics on how to work with secondary data. The course is a part of a series of research data management courses.
Thursday 28th October
12:00-13:00: Open Science Lunch: Open your research with ORCID
Join us for our monthly online Open Science Lunch and learn about what ORCID is and how it can help make your research more open. Read more about Open Science Lunch series and upcoming events here.
14:00-15:00: ReproducibiliTea Journal Club. Join us for our bi-weekly, online discussion of articles about open science practices, research reproducibility and meta-research. You can sign up for our mailing list to receive regular updates or get in touch directly if you have any questions.