Times are in Central European Time (UTC+01:00).


November 17

10:00-15:00Pre-conference workshop: Introduction to RStephen Eglen, Cambridge University
12:00-13:00Pre-conference workshop: The C in ORCID: from authorship to contributorshipGabriela Mejias, ORCID
Paloma Marín-Arraiza, ORCID
13:15-14:15Pre-conference workshop: How to fill the information gap: Open Access for the social sciences and humanitiesElisabeth Ernst, OPERAS
Marlen Töpfer, OPERAS
15:15-16:15The Open Access MysteryKatrine Sundsbø, University of Essex, UK


November 18

Session chairs:
Mariann Cesilie Løkse, UiT
Prof. Gerit Pfuhl, UiT
09:00-09:15Opening of the ConferenceMariann Cesilie Løkse

Prof. Kenneth Ruud, pro-rector research at UiT The Arctic University of Norway
09:15-10:00Keynote presentation: Two years with cOAlition S: Recent experiences and future challenges for Open Access to publicationsJohn-Arne Røttingen, Research Council of Norway
10:15-10:35Mapping the OA Diamond landscape worldwide. What do we know so far?
Vanessa Proudman, SPARC Europe
10:35-10:55APCs in the Wild: could monitoring and tracking of OA payments help speed up the transition to OA?Mithu Lucraft, Springer Nature
10:55-11:05A new funding model for open-access monographsMartin Eve, Birkbeck, University of London
Frances Pinter
11:05-11:20Time for Q&A
11:20-12:40Lunch and break
12:40-12:50Putting Crossref Metadata into ContextVanessa Fairhurst, CrossRef
12:50-13:00Geospatial Metadata for Discovery in Scholarly PublishingTom Niers, University of Münster, Germany
13:00-13:20Scholarly Research and Publications Over Time: Identifying Trends for an Open Access Journal by Applying Data-Mining MethodsJudith Schoßböck, Danube University Krems, Austria
13:20-13:35Time for Q&A
14:00-14:20The Twin Dilemma: Successfully Operating a Scholar-Led Journal to Enable Discourse and Empower Researcher DevelopmentGareth Johnson, University of Warwick, UK
14:20-14:30The Highlander: The Art of Decolonising Publishing Michael Heneise, UiT The Arctic University of Norway
14:30-14:40Time for Q&A
15:00-15:15Driving Green Open Access Brian Hole, Ubiquity Press, US
15:15-15:45Open Infrastructure Matters: Supporting Scholar-Led and Community-Driven Services to Advance Open AccessEelco Ferwerda, OAPEN
Silvio Peroni
Kevin Stranack, Public Knowledge Project
Iryna Kuchma, SCOSS
15:45Closing of Day 1 and transfer to podcast platform
16:00-17:00Keynote presentation: Transparent evaluation of scholarly communications - LIVE Everything Hertz podcastDan Quintana, University of Oslo
James Heathers


November 19

Session chairs:
Mariann Cesilie Løkse, UiT
Anna Karpova, UiT
09:25-09:30Opening of Day 2
09:30-09:50Open Access: An analysis of European publisher copyright and licensing policies todayIgnasi Labastida i Juan, University of Barcelona/SPARC Europe
09:50-10:00Solving legal puzzles is not easy – supporting creating Data Management Plans in three scientific disciplines: chemistry, economic, and civil engineeringMagdalena Szuflita-Żurawska, Gdańsk University of Technology, Poland
10:00-10:20Improving reproducibility of geospatial conference papers - lessons learned from a first implementation of reproducibility reviewsDaniel Nüst, University of Münster, Germany
10:20-10:35Time for Q&A
11:00-11:45Keynote presentation: Why should we care about FAIR?Natalie Harrower, Digital Repository of Ireland
11:45-13:15Lunch and break
13:15-13:35Towards societal impact through open researchTimon Oefelein, Springer Nature
13:35-13:45Do open journals get cited more in government policy?Euan Adie, Overton
13:45-14:05Research Methods Deserve Credit and Recognition as a Valuable Research OutputEmma Ganley, protocols.io
14:05-14:20Time for Q&A
15:00-15:45Keynote presentation: From Evaluated Outputs to Values-Embedded Practices: The Power of Focusing on Process in Scholarly CommunicationNicky Agate, University of Pennsylvania, US
16:00-16:20Opening the record of science: making scholarly publishing work for science in the digital eraGeoffrey Boulton, University of Edinburgh/International Science Council
16:20-16:30Academic Librarians, Open Access, and The Ethics of CareCara Bradley, University of Regina, Canada
16:30-16:40Time for Q&A
16:40-16:50Closing of the Conference


Twitter Poster Session

Monday November 16 – Thursday November 19 on Twitter.

Development of services in the field of research data management and scholarly communication at the University of ViennaSusanne Blumesberger, University of Vienna
Raman Ganguly, University of Vienna
Diversifying readership through open accessRos Pyne, Springer Nature
OAPEN Open Access Books ToolkitChristina Emery, Springer Nature
Open Polar: a discovery service covering the global output of openly accessible polar research data and publicationsTamer Abu-Alam, UiT The Arctic University of Norway
Publishing with Open journal systems (OJS): the engaged university and library support at the University of StavangerMina Farmanbar, University of Stavanger
Per Kolstrup, University of Stavanger