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The OA week that was. A sneaky little look if you happened to miss it!

A sneaky little look at #OAweek2016 if you happened to miss it!
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The Open Access week that was....

It was a jam packed, thought provoking, roller coaster of a week for Open Access advocates in Australia & New Zealand and all around the globe.  Here are a few of our highlights! Yes, we know we didn't include everything...

New Zealand

The launch of Open Access Publisher Tuwhera at Auckland University of Technology

The New Zealand Open Source winners were announced. Our favourite?
The Cacophony Project, for using modern IT tools and applying them to the problem of eradicating rats, stoats and possums from New Zealand.


Release of our first AOASG Fact Sheet on Article Processing Charges & a new graphic on OA journal publishing.

The Conversation's discussion on Research Engagement metrics.

And an OA Koala from QUT OREI, available CC BY!

In the theme of Open in Action, ANU Law Professor  Drahos encouraged the research community to open up research and scholarship, calling for a practical solution for publishing open access.


University of Western Australia's Open Access Toolkit now has a handy guide on Publishing an Open Access journal

Presentation at Victoria University by Lorena Kanellopoulos from ANU Press.  


Our Tweetchat #OAweek


Around the world    

The COAR OA week celebrations webinar slides & recordings

Make the pledge! Checklist from SPARC Commit to putting Open into Action


What's your #OA score?
It’s a simple number: what percentage of your work is free to read online? 

SPARC's Federal agency article sharing policies site 
Community resource for tracking, comparing, and understanding U.S. federal funder article sharing policies. 

New tool to help researchers gain control

Federal research funding OA surge


The Unlocking Research blog at Cambridge.

The Legal Interoperability of Research Data: Principles and Implementation 

The RDA-CODATA Legal Interoperability Interest Group has studied the issues related to the intellectual property of data: the resulting outcome is a set of principles and practical implementation guidelines.

They are offered as guidance to all members of the research community engaged in activities involving the access to and reuse of research data from diverse sources. 

The new-look Open Access button which incorporates the open data logo



Want more OA news?

 For daily email updates the best ways to keep up to date is the Open Access Tracking Project.

We Tweet throughout each day.

The newsletter archive provides snapshots of key issues throughout the year.
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