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[InetBib] CERN Workshop on Innovations in Scholarly Communication (OAI9), Geneva, June 17th-19th 2015

Liebe Kolleginnen und Kollegen,

gerne möchte ich Sie auf den "CERN Workshop on Innovations in Scholarly 
Communication (OAI9)" aufmerksam machen.

Beste Grüße,

Heinz Pampel


The CERN Workshop on Innovations in Scholarly Communication (OAI9)
University of Geneva
June 17th-19th 2015
** Please note NEW date for the Workshop **
This series of Workshops in Geneva has become the major Open Access event in 
Europe in the year in which it is held. For these three days, librarians, IT 
professionals, publishers and researchers come together to network, hear 
presentations from keynote speakers, attend Tutorials on cutting-edge themes, 
and congtribute their ideas through Breakout/Technical sessions and Poster 
displays. The Workshop is designed to provide a focus for the interchange of 
ideas, the building of new partnerships, the annoucement of new developments 
and the celebration of success in innovation in the whole Scholarly 
Communications process.
The Workshops will be held in the University of Geneva at the Institute of 
Graduate Studies and Campus Biotech. Both locations are close to each other and 
easily accessible on the Geneva tram network. The Programme Committee is 
currently drawing up an innovative programme for the meeting. Please reserve 
the dates for OAI9 in your diaries now. Keep an eye on the Workshop website at 
http://indico.cern.ch/e/oai9 , which also lists the Twitter feed and hashtag 
for the meeting.
On behalf of the OAI9 Programme Committee, I look forward to seeing you in the 
University of Geneva to hear news of Current Developments in Scholarly 
Paul Ayris
Chair, OAI9 Organising Committee
Dr Paul Ayris
Director of UCL Library Services & UCL Copyright Officer
Chief Executive, UCL Press
Chair of the LERU Chief Information Officers Community (League of European 
Research Universities)
Adviser to the LIBER Board (Association of European Research Libraries) on EU 
matters and Horizon 2020


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