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Monday November 25th

1000 - 1100   Registration

1100 - 1115   Conference opening: Kenneth Ruud, Prorector of Research, UiT The Arctic University of Tromsø

1115 - 1215   Keynote Jean-François Dechamp, European Commission, Open Access Policy Officer: Horizon 2020 (EU): An Open Access Funder Mandate

1215 - 1315   Lunch

1315 - 1330  Alexandros Nafpliotis, Scholarly Electronic Publishing Coordinator at National Hellenic Research Foundation, Greece: Open Access Policy guidelines by the MedOANet Project: Facilitating Open Access Policy Development in Mediterranean Europe

1330 - 1400    Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group, Victoria Babbit, Publisher-Scandinavia : Taylor & Francis Open Access Survey: Exploring Authors Views of Taylor & Francis and Routledge Authors

1400 - 1415   Jadranka Stojanovski, assistant professor, University of Zadar, Croatia: Visibility and (Alt)Metrics of the Croatian Open Access (OA) Journals

1415 - 1445  Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry, Brian O'Connor, Journal Sales Executive - UK & Northern Europe: The RSC’s view on Open Access, and How as a Society Publisher we are Supporting the Funder-led Evolution to Gold Open Access with a Gold for Gold Initiative

1445 - 1505   Break with coffee

1505 - 1605   Keynote David Prosser, director of Research Libraries UK: What's 'Open' about Open Access? The Vital Role of Copyright and Licenses

1605 - 1635   Lars Bjørnshauge, Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ): New Criteria and the Rationale for the Criteria and Organizational Changes for DOAJ

1635 - 1650   Closing day 1

1900 - late    Conference dinner at Ølhallen

Tuesday November 26th

0900 - 1000   Keynote Eelco Ferwerda, director of the OAPEN Foundation: Open Access in Humanities and Social Sciences

1000 - 1030   Yrsa Neuman, Åbo Akademi University, Finland: Two Open Access-Experiments in HSS: Journal and Monograph Publishing

1030 - 1045   Break with coffee

1045 - 1115   Johannes W. Løvhaug and Rune Rambæk Schjølberg, Research Council of Norway: Theory and Practice in OA-Policies

1115 - 1130   Alexandros Nafpliotis, Scholarly Electronic Publishing Coordinator at National Hellenic Research Foundation, Greece: Enabling Change in Scholarly Publishing in HSS in Greece: The Case-Study of ePublishing at EKT

1130 - 1150   Poster presentations in plenary

1150 - 1310   Lunch and poster session

1310 - 1340   Jan Erik Frantsvåg, UiT The Arctic University of Norway: Oh No – Not Yet Another Small, Stand-Alone Humanities Journal!

1340 - 1410  Publisher: Versita, Agata Morka, Product Manager Books: “Book is a book is a book is a book”? Open Access Monographs and the Changing Nature of Contemporary Scholarly Publishing

1410 - 1425   Break with coffee

1425 - 1455   Publisher: Igitur Publishing, Inge Werner, Utrecht University Library: How to Support Journal Transitions in HSS: A New Model for Utrecht University Library

1455 - 1525   Niels Stern, Head of Publishing, Nordic Council of Ministers: The Making of a Mandate: A Regional Approach to Open Access.

1525 - 1540   Conference closing


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