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Date of the event: 21.10.2019 - 27.10.2019
Added on: 17.10.2019

The 2019 International Open Access Week: Open for Whom? Equity in Open Knowledge

As the transition to a system for sharing knowledge that is open by default accelerates, the question “open for whom?” is essential—both to consider and to act upon. Whose interests are being prioritized in the actions we take and in the platforms that we support? Whose voices are excluded? Are underrepresented groups included as full partners from the beginning? Are we supporting not only open access but also equitable participation in research communication? These questions will determine the extent to which emerging open systems for research will address inequities in the current system or replicate and reinforce them. (http://www.openaccessweek.org/)

This year’s theme will build on the groundwork laid last year when discussions focused on “Designing Equitable Foundations for Open Knowledge.” The 2018 theme highlighted the importance of making a central commitment to equity as we transition toward new systems for sharing knowledge, and the past twelve months have only seen the pace of that transition increase. Because of this, the Open Access Week Advisory Committee decided it was important to focus on equity again in 2019 - to deepen our conversations about being inclusive by design and to turn those conversations into action.

(http://www.openaccessweek.org/)

Information

Added on:
17 October 2019; 18:02 (Mariola Wilczak)
Edited on:
17 October 2019; 18:37 (Piotr Bordzoł)

See also

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IX Tydzień Otwartej Nauki / Open Access Week 2018

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XI Open Access Week: Taking Action to Build Structural Equity and Inclusion

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Piotr Biłos: Powieści Wiesława Myśliwskiego jako wyzwanie względem powieści jako gatunku / webinarium w ramach projektu Polonistyka otwarta

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