IFLA SOCRS virtual event
The recording for the session is now available on YouTube at https://youtu.be/mG2fhsJZbzs.
Increasingly, the governments and private organizations which fund research are mandating that the research outputs they support are made available as open access content. These efforts are impacting both established and growing efforts to share research widely.
This panel discussion will feature four presentations that address how large-scale developments in open access, particularly in regard to those emphasizing the article processing charge (APC) model, are impacting or influencing other programs which enhance access to scholarly content under different models. A Question and Answer session will follow.
The events speakers will discuss the Open Library of Humanities, research database integration of open access content in Iran, an overview of the open access mandates and policies of Latin American countries, and the Research4Life program.
Filiberto Felipe Martínez Arellano
National Library of Mexico
Juan Miguel Palma Peña
National Autonomous University of Mexico
Hamideh Memari Hanji
ISSN NC of Iran, National Library and Archives of Iran
Marino Institute of Education
World Health Organization
International Association of STM Publishers
Audience: Scholarly communication librarians; Reference/research services librarians; Collections librarians; Scholarly publishers & vendors; Authors & researchers
Organisers: Andrea Wirth (firstname.lastname@example.org), Meg Mering, Felipe Martinez-Arellano, Theron Westervelt
Sponsored by: IFLA Serials and Other Continuing Resources Section