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Request your free Open Access Week posters

@mire is back on board as an advocate sponsor for SPARC's International Open Access Week. During the week of October 22nd, institutions from all across the globe put an emphasis on free access to research outputs. Some institutions put together large conferences, other organizations apply more grassroots advocacy efforts and guerilla marketing. In order to support the community in spreading the word last year, we sent out free "Ask me about Open…


Added by Bram Luyten on September 18, 2012 at 11:39am — 9 Comments

FNRS Open Access Management and Policy Conference Writeup

Brussels, 28th of September: The FNRS has done an excellent job bringing together international speakers for an overdue day on Open Access Policy in Belgium. Unfortunately, the percentage of Flemish (dutch speaking) attendees was low, so hopefully this blog contributes in the dissemination of the top notch content. In case you want immediate access to the content in detail, following links are useful:…


Added by Bram Luyten on October 18, 2011 at 12:27pm — No Comments

@mire presents: Request your free Open Access week doorhangers (SOLD OUT)

Currently, all available doorhangers have been requested and are prepared for shipment.


Open Access Week is approaching! I am proud to announce that @mire has committed to an official sponsorship of this initiative. As part of our involvement, we have produced Open Access Week doorhangers that we intend to send out to institutions…


Added by Bram Luyten on September 26, 2011 at 8:00am — 3 Comments

The 7th CERN Workshop on Innovations in Scholarly Communication (OAI7) Summary

This report is a general report of the OAI7 conference. Please see a previous report for DSpace specific information, presented at the OAI7 DSpace Pre-Conference day.

All of the link to author names, will take you to the OAI7 programme…


Added by Bram Luyten on July 6, 2011 at 4:36am — No Comments

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