Open Access Staff Weeks give library staff the opportunity to take a look behind the scenes at other institutions. Participants have the opportunity to learn about best practices in the implementation of OA - for example, in the design of publication funds or the realilsation of OA in different organisational units. The event format offers a unique opportunity to exchange knowledge and experience and aims to strengthen collaboration between institutions.

A total of four Open Access Staff Weeks took place at various institutions within the open-access.network project. Further Open Access Staff Weeks are being planned. If you have any questions about this format, please send an email to open-access.network(at)uni-konstanz.de

Past Events

Open Access Staff Week Konstanz

From 16 to 18 November 2022, the Communication, Information, Media Centre (KIM) of the University of Konstanz gave an insight into its current Open Access activities. The Open Access Staff Week took place over three days on campus in Konstanz and was limited to 10 people.


Open Access Staff Week Dresden

From 29 to 31 August 2022, the Saxon State Library - Dresden State and University Library (SLUB) and the Dresden University of Applied Sciences (HTW) provided an insight into their current Open Access activities. The Open Access Staff Week took place over three days on site in Dresden.


Open Access Staff Week for Universities (of Applied Sciences/Applied Sciences and Arts)

From 06 to 08 December 2021, Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences, Hanover University of Applied Sciences and Arts and Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau provided an insight into their current Open Access activities. The Open Access Staff Week took place online on three mornings. The event language was German.


Open Access Staff Week at the SUB Göttingen

From 16 to 18 March 2021, the Göttingen State and University Library (SUB Göttingen) provided an insight into its diverse Open Access activities. The Staff Week took place online.

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