From October 23 to 29, 2023, we will engage with this year’s theme: “Community over Commercialization”
This year’s International Open Access Week theme, “, aims to spark conversations around the dominant commercial models that fail to prioritize community interests. These commercial models create inequities, such as the creation of a monolingual research system, and barriers to researchers in under-resourced disciplines, as well as those from under-funded institutions.
How can you participate?
Retain your rights as an author!
For this year’s Open Access Week, the library is sharing information on how you, as an author, can retain the rights to your research. about how to negotiate your rights with publishers, or explore the various resources on this subject.
Learn more about uOttawa’s new Institutional Open Science Working Group
The University of Ottawa is pleased to announce the formation of an Open Science Working Group, co-chaired by Martine Lagacé, Associate Vice-President of Research, Promotion and Development, and Talia Chung, University Librarian and Dean of Libraries. Learn more about this .