Catalogue de formations transversales pour les chercheurs

103 Catalogue des formations transversales 2023-2024 Acquired skills Participants will learn how to manage their scientific output in an active and thoughtful way, with the aim of becoming an Open Access player and being able to disseminate or publish their scientific output in Open Access. THE BASICS OF OPEN ACCESS Speaker Paul THIRION [ULiège Library] orbi@ULiè Target audience Scientific, academic and administrative staff, doctoral students Practical information o Lecture reference : UDOC0112-1 o Duration : 2 hours o Location : Online o Language : English o Number of participants : 20 Goals By the end of this course, participants will have grasped the key concepts relating to Open Access. They will understand the ins and outs of Open Access, its advantages and how it works, as well as some useful tools for applying the concepts presented. Description This course covers the following topics: o Presentation of the ULiège mandate, the Open Science decree of the WalloniaBrussels Federation and the amendment to Belgian copyright relating to Open Access o Presentation of Open Access and related concepts: definition, origin of the movement, green and golden paths, advantages, etc. o Publication cycle: difference between traditional and Open Access publishing methods o Economic, philosophical and technical reasons for Open Access o Advantages and benefits of Open Access