07/10/2022 - 9:55am
"Open for Climate Justice" is the theme for this year's International Open Access Week (24-30 October).
This year's theme seeks to encourage connection and collaboration among the climate movement and the international open community. Sharing knowledge is a human right and tackling the climate crisis requires the rapid exchange of knowledge across geographic, economic and disciplinary boundaries.
During the global Open Access Week 2022, UNSW Library will host an online Library Bytes! presentation and Q&A session on how to make your data available via the Dryad digital repository with Dryad's Head of Community Engagement.
Learn more about some of the events happening this week. You can also follow related stories on twitter using the hashtags #OAWeek #OpenForClimateJustice.
Open Access Week events
Library Bytes! Making your data available with Dryad
Do you need to make the underlying data of your paper available for the purpose of peer review or open access publication?
UNSW researchers have free access to Dryad as a means of publishing their data. Join our Open Access Week Library Bytes! event to learn more about making your data available via the Dryad digital repository.
This presentation and Q&A session with Dryad's Head of Community Engagement will focus on how to deposit the underlying data of your paper to Dryad to manage requirements for peer review and publication. Feel free to ask any Library tools and tech related questions you have as our Librarians will be available to help.
The session will run online on:
- Tuesday 25 October 5pm - 6pm
Open Access Australasia OA week program
Open Access Australasia has planned a festival of stimulating panels and topical presentations for OA week 2022 on the topics of open access and climate justice.
For more information on the online events and to register to attend, go to https://oaaustralasia.org/events/open-access-week-2022