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Everyone has heard of open access, but how many of us really understand how it works?

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Please join us for the next Oxford Publishing Society event: Open Access: Who Pays?

Gold open access research now accounts for 20% of the world’s research output, and it’s growing – fast. At the same time, pressure from various stakeholders means publishing models are also evolving. What makes journals ‘compliant’? What about author choice? Where does the money come from, where does it end up, and why? Join us as we discuss the drivers of open access in its wider context of open research, unpick the myriad deals and models made and implemented (or in some cases not) by publishers, and debate some of the movement’s potential limitations, alongside its benefits.

Speakers:

Lucy Oates, Publisher, Open Access, OUP

Miriam Maus, VP, Editorial Management, Wiley

Tasha Mellins-Cohen, Director of Publishing, Microbiology Society

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Thursday 28th March 2019

Drinks from 6.30pm, talks begin at 7.00pm

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Kennedy Room JHB308, John Henry Brookes Building, Oxford Brookes University

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Free to OPuS members/£10 for non-members

Event is sponsored by Westchester Publishing Services https://www.westchesterpublishingservices.com/uk-services/.

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