Save the Date: EEGA Open Access Coaching for Researchers in cooperation with GWZO Leipzig

Please save the date for an EEGA Open Access Coaching for researchers in cooperation with the Leibniz Institute for the History and Culture of Eastern Europe (GWZO) Leipzig.

The Event is a Coaching especially for young Researchers on Postdoc Level and Group Leaders and will be held in German and English. The Coaching deals with opportunities as well as challenges when publishing in Open Access. It discusses recent developments in German Academia and requirements of third-party funding institutions. Furthermore the Coaching will exemplify publication strategies and options.

The guest speakers will be Karolin Schmahl among others. Karolin Schmahl currently works at the University library, University of Leipzig. She is the contact person of the Open Science Office. Karolin does research in History of Art, Cultural History and History of Science. Their most recent publication is ‚Bibliotheken 2020 : Anforderungen an ein progressives Vermittlungskonzept von Informationskompetenz.‘.

Date: 12 March 2019, 10-3pm
Venue: GWZO Leipzig
Guest speakers: Karolin Schmahl (UB Leipzig), representative AK „Open Access“ (tbc)

Please register here

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