26 November 2019

Location: TEO (HUS 1), rom 1.425
11:00–16:00 Pre-conference workshopCommittee on Publication Ethics
19:00Social event in town at Prelaten Kro & Scene


27 November 2019

Location: Auditorium 1, Teorifagsbygget
08:30–09:00Registration and coffee
09:00–09:10Opening of the ConferenceWilhelm Widmark
09:10–10:10Keynote presentation
Mission or money? Trends in scholarly publishing since c.1850
Aileen Fyfe, University of St Andrews
10:10–10:40No deal! Sweden cancelled agreement with Elsevier to stand up for Open ScienceCecilia Heyman Widmark, KTH Library Göran Hamrin, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
10:40–11:00Academic excellence through scholarly research and publicationsCalin Gurau, Montpellier Business School
11:00–11:20APCs – How much should they cost?Michael Markie, F1000 Platforms
12:20–12:50The ascent of SOAPbox: A new generation of open access publishing bubbles up in Trinity College DublinNiamh Brennan, Trinity College Library
Shane Collins, Trinity College
12:50–13:10The Global South and the challenge of assessment: Journal Publishing Practices and Standards as a frameworkSamir Hachani, Algiers University
13:10–13:40Applying organized skepticism to preprintsHoward I. Browman, Institute of Marine Research in Norway
13:40–14:10Are we ready for Open Science? On the spirit is willing, the flesh is weakGerit Pfuhl, UiT The Arctic University of Norway
14:10–15:10Poster session and coffee
List of posters
15:10–15:3011,000 researchers gave their views on data sharing, here's what we learnedSamuel Winthrop, Springer Nature
15:30–15:50CODECHECK: An open-science initiative to facilitate sharing of computer programs and results presented in scientific publicationsStephen Eglen, University of Cambridge
15:50–16:10On the wonders of replication: A student perspectiveKristoffer Klevjer, UiT The Arctic University of Norway
16:10–17:10Keynote presentation
Experimenting with Open Research Experiments
Alexander Refsum Jensenius, University of Oslo
17:10–17:15Closing of day 1
18:00Conference dinner at Restaurant Adelie


28 November 2019

Location: Auditorium 1, Teorifagsbygget
09:00–09:05Opening day 2
09:05–10:05Keynote presentation
The value of the scholarly-led, non-profit business model to achieve Open Access and scholarly publishing beyond APC: the AmeliCA's cooperative approach
Arianna Becerril-García, University of the State of Mexico
10:05–10:35The ScholarLed Consortium: OA Monograph Publishing and 'Scaling Small'Lucy Barnes, Open Book Publishers
10:35–11:05Data citation in linguistics publications: A scholar-led, community-based initiativeHelene N. Andreassen, UiT The Arctic University of Norway Andrea Berez-Kroeker, University of Hawaii
11:50–12:10Your funding infrastructure wishes Grant-IDVanessa Fairhurst, Crossref
12:10–12:30Why article-level metadata is important to monitor agreementsAnna Mette Morthorst, Royal Danish Library & Knowledge Exchange
12:30–12:50Academic SEO - increasing the visibility of research outputLisa Schilhan, Graz University Library Christian Kaier, Graz University Library
12:50–13:20Coffee break
13:20–14:20Keynote presentation
Research is born free and everywhere is in chains – how the evolution of open access can contribute to developing a more democratic approach for science
Robert Terry, World Health Organization
14:20–15:50Funders in Europe incentivizing Open Science: A conversation with Vanessa Proudman (SPARC Europe), Kostas Glinos (European Commission), Jon Flæten (The Research Council of Norway), Kenneth Ruud (UiT The Arctic University of Norway) and Robert Terry (World Health Organization).

Panel chair: Niamh Brennan
15:50–16:00Closing remarks