International Open Access Week is an opportunity to take action in making openness the default for research—to raise the visibility of scholarship, accelerate research.
The RDMWG is dedicated to fostering equitable systems of open research and scholarship that serve the needs of our diverse community.
Open Access Week is a time to celebrate achievements in open access and learn more by hearing from practitioners and experts. While open access generally refers to publications, Open Scholarship is about making all research outputs, including data, more visible, and about sharing knowledge more widely.
Thank you for joining (virtually) Harvard Library Open Access Week 2020! You can now access the presentations and materials from week's sessions on the Open Science Framework Project Site.
Harvard University OA Week Events
The Long 19th Amendment Project Portal: Intentional, Intersectional and Inclusive
Discover archival collections, datasets and teaching materials on the history of gender and voting rights. Featuring:
- Rachel Guberman, Digital Humanist, The Long 19th Amendment, Schlesinger Library
Monday, October 19, 12:00 PM
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Open Methods: How to receive credit, encourage reproducibility and acknowledge your peers
Open, collaborative methods sharing for reproducible science, all while getting credit for your work. Featuring:
- Connor Jacobson, Research Assistant, HiTS, Laboratory of Systems Pharmacology, HMS
- Madison Tyler, Research Associate, HiTS, Laboratory of Systems Pharmacology, HMS
- Lenny Teytelman, protocols.io CEO
Impacts of Openness: Exploring Pressing Questions about Access to Knowledge
Conversational panel with Harvard community experts working to remove barriers to research, teaching and learning. Featuring:
- Natascha Chtena, Editor-in-Chief, Misinformation Review
- Kelly Fitzpatrick, Research Associate, Harvard Law Library Innovation Lab, H2O
- Xihong Lin, Professor of Biostatistics, SPH, and Professor of Statistics, FAS, COVID-19 Research
- Mitch Nakaue, Scholarly Communication Librarian, Houghton Library, Harvard Library Bulletin
Wednesday, October 21, 12:00 PM
Webinar recording will be available
Opening Your Scholarship: Why should I DASH and Dataverse?
Learn practices and platforms to achieve your open access goals! Highlights on Harvard DASH and Dataverse. Featuring:
- Sonia Barbosa, Manager of Data Curation, Harvard Dataverse, Manager of the Murray Research Archive
- Colin Lukens, Senior Repository Manager, Harvard Library Office for Scholarly Communication
- Katie Mika, Data Services Librarian, Harvard Library Research Data Management Program
Open Access Q&A Drop-In Session with Harvard Librarians
Open drop in session for Harvard constituents on open access, open data, copyright and more. Join for conversation and fun!
Friday, October 23, 1:00 PM