Winning Horizon 2020 with Open Science
On Monday 22 October, from 1 p.m. to 2 pm., a webinar on open science and H2020 projects, ‘Winning Horizon 2020 with Open Science’, will be given by Ivo Grigorov (FOSTER and the Technical University of Denmark).
The webinar aims to help researchers include aspects of open science in their proposals for H2020 projects.
MDPI and the Future of Open Access
On Tuesday 23 October, from 12 noon to 1.30 p.m., a workshop entitled ‘MDPI and the Future of Open Access’ will be taught by Antonio Peteira from the Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI). Attendees will enjoy an additional discount if they publish articles in their journals.
The workshop will be held in Spanish in the Capella lecture hall at the ETSEIB (South Campus). You must register beforehand.
Research Café at the EPSEVG and EPSEB libraries
Come to the next Research Cafés at the libraries. The meetings foster networking, give visibility to doctoral candidates’ research and bring you closer to the world of open science in an informal way.
- At the EPSEVG library on Tuesday 23 October at 11.00 p.m.
- At the EPSEB library on Wednesday 24 October at 15.30 p.m.
We look forward to seeing you there!
UPCommons one of the best repositories in the world
UPCommons, the institutional repository of the UPC, is ranked 14th in the ranking of institutional repositories in open access worldwide and the first in Spain in terms of presence in Google Scholar.
The data correspond to the 3rd edition (October 2018) of the Transparent Ranking: Institutional Repositories by Google Scholar.
Datasets in UPCommons
Why publish open access datasets and why in UPCommons?
Professor David Parcerisa of the Manresa School of Engineering tells us about his experience of publishing datasets in UPCommons in a video.
Open access and open science in social networks
Keep your eye on social networks during the International Open Access Week!
The ETSAB and EEBE libraries and the BRGF will talk about open science on Twitter and Instagram.
Every day from 22 to 26 October, at 12 noon, you've got a date with via @moocmicro. It’s a micro-MOOC on Twitter with tweets on everything you need to know about open access.
The schedules are:
- 10.00 a.m. MicroMOOC in Catalan with the hashtag #OAMOOC
- 12.00 p.m. MicroMOOC in English with the hashtag #OAMOOC18
Open science explained in...
...a tweet, a post, a preprint, a film, a MOOC and a book.
An infographic that provides access to resources that will help you to get to know open science.
What are CC licences and how do they affect me?
We present an infographic that will tell you which Creative Commons (CC) licences you can use when you publish an academic work in open access.
It also responds to students’ queries on signing the authorisation to publish their bachelor’s theses in UPCommons.
Exhibitions of open access journals at the EPSEB and the FNB
The EPSEB and FNB libraries have prepared exhibitions of journals in which you can publish in open access.
In the FNB’s entrance hall, you will find an exhibition of a selection of nautical journals that you can access using QR codes.
At the EPSEB, the exhibition is of open access journals on building construction. It highlights the journals in which the School’s teaching and research staff have published.
Shall we play an open access game?
Do you know everything there is to know about open access?
Find out by playing the Open Access Jeopardy Game, an online game by the Open Access Team at California State University, Fullerton.
Will you get the highest score?