DATE

October 22 2018

TIME

10:00-11:00am

LOCATION

Kuykendall 106 Events Room

SERIES

Open Access Week

Sponsored by:

Office of Faculty Development &
Academic Support

Center for Teaching Excellence

Open Access Week • Fall 2018


Open Access Week is an international event providing the global academic and research community the opportunity to learn about and share experiences with Open Access (OA) with the aim of helping to make OA a new norm in scholarship and research.

EVENT 1 - Monday

Stewarding Open Knowledge: Sustaining Open Access in Hawai‘i

Programs at UH Mānoa and beyond are building equitable foundations for developing, reviewing, and disseminating Hawai‘i’s knowledge. Where are they now? How have they arrived here? And what work remains?

Presented by:
Joel Cosseboom,
UH Press

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DATE

October 23 2018

TIME

10:00-11:00am

LOCATION

Kuykendall 106 Events Room

SERIES

Open Access Week

Sponsored by:

Office of Faculty Development &
Academic Support

Center for Teaching Excellence

EVENT 2 - Tuesday

Creative Commons Licenses and UHM Open Access Policy

Since 2012, UH Mānoa is one of over 700 research institutes and universities with an Open Access Policy. What is it, and what does it mean to you? What’s in an open copyright license? A breakdown of Creative Commons licenses for broader dissemination of research.

Presented by:
Billy Meinke,
Outreach College
Brian Huffman,
William S. Richardson School of Law

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DATE

October 24 2018

TIME

10:00-11:00am

LOCATION

Kuykendall 106 Events Room

SERIES

Open Access Week

Sponsored by:

Office of Faculty Development &
Academic Support

Center for Teaching Excellence

EVENT 3 - Wednesday

Open Access at UH: A Panel Discussion

What motivates authors to publish Open Access? Hear from scholars at the University of Hawai‘i who have, and learn about what Open Access can do for you.

Moderated by:
Billy Meinke,
Outreach College

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DATE

October 25, 2018

TIME

10:00-11:00am

LOCATION

Kuykendall 106 Events Room

SERIES

Open Access Week

Sponsored by:

Office of Faculty Development &
Academic Support

Center for Teaching Excellence

EVENT 4 - Thursday

Alternative Means to Scholarly Impact—An Introduction to Altmetrics, Data Management, and Wikipedia Editing

In this session, we’ll explore alternative means to measuring and making an impact with your work. Journal articles trending on social media, reuse and sharing of data, improving Wikipedia articles, these are just some of the new ways scholars are impacting their fields.

Presented by:
Melissa Kahili-Heede,
John A. Burns School of Medicine

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DATE

October 26 2018

TIME

10:00-11:00am

LOCATION

Kuykendall 106 Events Room

SERIES

Open Access Week

Sponsored by:

Office of Faculty Development &
Academic Support

Center for Teaching Excellence

EVENT 5 - Friday

Food Insecurity at the University of Hawai‘i System

Many studies have shown that college student populations experience high food insecurity prevalence, and college campuses across the country have begun efforts to address student food insecurity and their other basic needs. This presentation will highlight the process and preliminary results for the 2018 University of Hawai‘i System Student Food Insecurity Study.

Presented by:
Elise Dela Cruz-Talbert and Albie Miles,
Sustainable Community Food Systems, UHWO

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