Open Access Week

October 19 - 25, 2020 | Everywhere

Danielle Padula
  • Female
  • Chicago, IL
  • United States
  • Yes--definitely!
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Initiating More Actionable Discussions About DEI in Scholarly Publishing: OA Week Series

In honor of this year's OA Week theme, Scholastica reached out to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion advocates across the scholarly communication landscape to ask their perspectives on how the…Continue

Started Oct 20

Week of OA Resources from Scholastica

In celebration of OA Week, Scholastica is hosting a Week of free OA Resources. Check it out on our…Continue

Started Oct 26, 2017

Beautiful Website Templates Designed for Scholarly Journals Are On the Way

Scholastica is looking for beta users for new OA journal website templates we're rolling…Continue

Started Oct 27, 2016

Seeking beta users for Scholastica OA journal website templates

Scholastica is looking for beta users for new OA journal website templates we're rolling…Continue

Started Oct 27, 2016

 

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Initiating More Actionable Discussions About DEI in Scholarly Publishing: OA Week Series

In honor of this year's OA Week theme, Scholastica reached out to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion advocates across the scholarly communication landscape to ask their perspectives on how the community can facilitate greater action around DEI in OA publishing. In a 2-part blog series advocates respond to the question:Considering the many facets of DEI in OA publishing, what…See More
Oct 20
Danielle Padula posted a blog post

Initiating More Actionable Discussions About DEI in Scholarly Publishing

As the Open Access movement enters a period of acceleration, spurred by a combination of funder mandates, institutional initiatives, and, in recent months, the COVID-19 pandemic, the scholarly community appears to be on the tipping point of a truly open research future. And, in many ways, that vision is being realized with publishers …See More
Oct 20
Danielle Padula posted a blog post

7 Steps Towards Greater Equity in OA Publishing: Join Scholastica in highlighting key OA initiatives

OA Week is a time for stakeholders in scholarly communication to come together to discuss the present and future state of research access, as well as to initiate and facilitate activities promoting open scholarship. This year’s theme “Open for Whom? Equity in Open Knowledge” explores the importance of not only making research freely available, but also of the ways in…See More
Oct 22, 2019

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Yes--definitely!
First name
Danielle
Last name
Padula
Organization/institution name
Scholastica
Type of institution
Other
What's your position?
Other
What's the level of OA awareness where you are?
High
What are your goals for OA Week?
I am excited to participate in OA Week! My goals are: to attend OA Week events in my area and follow the live streaming events, articles, and discussions posted throughout the week. Myself and the Scholastica team will be working to help spread the word about these awesome initiatives!
How did you hear of the OA Week site?
word of mouth

Danielle Padula's Blog

Initiating More Actionable Discussions About DEI in Scholarly Publishing

As the Open Access movement enters a period of acceleration, spurred by a combination of funder mandates, institutional initiatives, and, in recent months, the COVID-19 pandemic, the scholarly community appears to be on the tipping point of a truly open research future. And, in many ways, that vision is being realized…

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Posted on October 20, 2020 at 11:02am

7 Steps Towards Greater Equity in OA Publishing: Join Scholastica in highlighting key OA initiatives

OA Week is a time for stakeholders in scholarly communication to come together to discuss the present and future state of research access, as well as to initiate and facilitate activities promoting open scholarship. This year’s theme “Open for Whom? Equity in Open Knowledge” explores the importance of not…

Continue

Posted on October 22, 2019 at 11:20am

#AcademicLedOA: Questions for an equitable open access publishing future

In the current academic journal publishing system, a handful of corporate publishers control over 50% of the scholarly literature. Corporate publishers have outsized influence over how scholarship is produced and…

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Posted on October 22, 2018 at 1:40pm

Week of Free OA Resources from Scholastica

Amid the daily hubbub, we don’t always get the opportunity to have deep discussions about all of the information swirling around concerning the present and future state of OA. OA Week is a time to come together to do so, and this year’s theme,…

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Posted on October 27, 2017 at 9:01am

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