NZ & The Pacific Chapter
- 29 Jan 2020
- Member Document Vault
For the last five years the Council of New Zealand University Librarians (CONZUL) has been checking the state of open access to publications by our university researchers. We know that roughly half our publications are available for access but how does that break down? Where are they? How much did it cost? How much more could we be putting in our repositories? What are the implications of the new MBIE open research policy? Hear two of the team behind this work describe what we know – and come along with your questions for them.
DATE: Wednesday, 22 March 2023
TIME: See local times listed below.
- 1PM - 2PM NZDT (NZ)
- 11AM - 12PM AEDT (NSW, VIC, ACT, TAS)
- 10:30AM - 11:30AM ACDT (SA)
- 10AM - 11AM AEST (QLD)
- 8AM - 9AM AWST (WA)
- 8AM - 9AM SGT (SING)
University of Waikato
Jess is the Open Research Manager at the Te Whare Wananga o Waikato, the University of Waikato and leads the Aotearoa Scholarly Communication Community of Practice. She has been involved in the CONZUL Open Access project since 2019.
University of Otago
Richard White is the Manager Copyright & Open Access at the University of Otago. Like Jess he has been involved in the CONZUL OA project since its inception. He is also a member of the Universities NZ Copyright Expert Working Group and facilitates the Aotearoa Scholarly Communication Community of Practice sub-group on Open Educational Resources. He is also a dad and a CC-licensing musician.
Te Pūkenga New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology
Lesley Brook is Research Projects Coordinator at the Otago Polytechnic division of Te Pūkenga New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology. She is the coordinator of the Te Pūkenga Publishing Group which supports open access publication of research across Te Pūkenga, and convenor of the committee with oversight of the Research Bank open access institutional repository.
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