Are you still confused about how to add PubMed Central ID (PMCID) numbers to your manuscripts? Do you wonder how open access journals rank against paid subscription journals in impact factor measures? Would you like to know how you can find contract addenda that will allow you to retain intellectual property rights to your published manuscripts? As part of Open Access Week, October 18-24, 2010, Galter librarians will present a series of classes on the latest issues and developments in open access. All classes will take place in the Learning Resources Center, first floor, Galter Health Sciences Library.
- Authors’ Rights in Publication: Tuesday, October 19, 12pm - 1pm
- Open Access: Your Questions Answered: Wednesday, October 20, 12pm - 1pm
- NIH Public Access Policy and Publication Management with MyNCBI: Thursday, October 21, 12pm - 1pm
Go to our Classes schedule for more information and to register.
The aim of Open Access Week is to help spread the word and broaden awareness of open access around the world. As well as the library’s classes, you can also learn more about open access with the library’s Open Access Resources Guide. The guide contains background information and timelines for open access as well as interesting facts and links to resources. A full list of resources is also available on our Open Access Resources GalterList. Contact Pam Shaw, Biosciences and Bioinformatics Librarian at Galter Library, with your questions, comments, and recommendations about open access and open access resources.
Open Access. It's Your Research. Set it Free.