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OpenAIRE Workshop - Impact and Measurement of Open Access

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OpenAIRE has organised a long line of international workshops on topics surrounding Open Access and Open Science. For more information on these events, please visit https://www.openaire.eu/workshops/

The next workshop in the series will be on the topic of measuring Open Access and its impact. It will be organised by OpenAIRE in collaboration with CRIStin, and hosted by HiOA in Oslo - Norway on Tuesday the 14th of February 2017.

The work on international standardisation of statistics and indicators for measuring Open Access is still in its early stages of development. The same goes for mapping and measuring the impact of Open Access on both the research community and society at large. Aiming to make a contribution towards determining the current state of affairs, the OpenAIRE workshop "Impact and Measurement of Open Access" hope to provide both meaningful insights and a valuable meeting place.

Among the invited speakers are Crossref, the European Research Council (ERC), Knowledge Exchange and many others. One aim of the workshop is to bring together a wide variety of stakeholder groups. E.g. research performing institutions, funders, publishers, research administrators, infrastructure providers, etc.

The workshop will be filmed and streamed. You can follow the workshop live here:




The workshop is free of charge and open to all. However, all participants need to register: https://nettskjema.uio.no/answer/openaire-feb-2017-event.html

The Impact and Measurement of Open Access - 14th February 2017

Time Session Title Speakers
09.00-09.30 Registration and Welcome coffee
Workshop Opening - Welcome
Curt Rice - Rector of HiOA (Oslo and Akershus University College)
Introduction to the OpenAIRE2020 Workshop: The ImpacΤ and Measuring of Open Access
Natalia Manola
Session 1 - Measuring Open Access
Knowledge Exchange Consensus on monitoring OA: Recommendations from the Copenhagen workshop
Michael Svendsen - Knowledge Exchange
10.25-10.45 coffee, Cake and Conversation
Danish Open Access Indicator - Monitoring Open Access in a national context
Karen Sofie Hytteballe Ibanez
Using Crossref metadata to track Open Access (and more)
Rachael Lammey - Crossref
Session 2 - The Impact of Open Access
Open Access and Open Data at ERCEA: preliminary figures
Antonio Perianes - ERC (European research council)
12.15-13.15 Lunch
The impact of Open Access on article downloads in High-Energy Physics
Salvatore Mele - SCOAP3
13.45-14.45 Lightning Talks: Input and status reports from different countries and regions
Portugal - Monitoring a national funder OA mandate - the Portuguese case: challenges and working solutions

 Eloy Rodrigues

Hungary - OA mandate of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences: how effective is it?
 Andras Holl
Croatia - Impact of Open Access on research in Croatia: small incentives, big achievements
 Jadranka Stojanovski
Norway - Strategy and implementation of open access at HIOA
 Lars Egeland
UK - Article processing charges and subscriptions: Monitoring open access costs in the UK
 Katie Shamash
14.45-15.15 coffee, Cake and Conversation
The academic and non-academic impact of Open Access
Carlos Galan-Diaz - Bibliometric
Panel Discussion - Measuring the impact of Open Access
Moderator: Katrine Weisteen Bjerde - Director of Research Services - CERES (previously known as CRIStin).
16.50-17.00 Wrap Up and Summary

This will be a one day workshop on Tuesday the 14th of February 2017, estimated from 0900 CET to 1700 CET.

Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences (HiOA)
Pilestredet 46
0130 Oslo

Accommodation info

We have arranged a conference discount on some hotels close to the venue. They cover a wide range of hotels, from budget options and upwards. Most of them require booking 2-4 weeks in advance, minimum. Please use the provided email address and code to make sure you get the conference discount.


Thon Hotel Slottsparken

Hotel website
Address: Wergelandsveien 5, 0166 Oslo, Norway
- Single room € 120 (NOK 1083,-)
- Double room € 142 (NOK 1283,-)
- Prices include breakfast and WIFI
- Booking must be done via:
www.thonhotels.no/slottsparken using code 24547540 or PLUKKHIOA17

Scandic Holberg

Hotel website
Address: Holbergs plass 1, 0166 Oslo, Norway
- Room € 165 (NOK 1490,-)
- Price includes breakfast and WIFI
- Booking must be done via:http://www.scandichotels.no/holberg Using code 46091516 eller HOE1402_001

Thon Hotel Gyldenløve

Hotel website
Address: Bogstadveien 20, 0355 Oslo, Norway

- Room € 116 (NOK 1 042,-)
- Price includes breakfast and WIFI
- Booking must be done via: www.thonhotels.no/gyldenlove using code 24551761

Smarthotel Oslo

Hotel website
Address: St.Olavsgate 26, 0166 Oslo, Norway
- Single room € 86 (NOK 775,-)
- Double room € 97 (NOK 875,-)
- Prices include breakfast and WIFI
- Booking must be done via: www.smarthotel.no using code OpenAIRE Conferance

Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel

Hotel website
Address: Holbergsgate 30, 0166 Oslo, Norway
- Single room € 188 (NOK 1695,-)
- Double room € 210 (NOK 1895,-)
- Prices include breakfast and WIFI
- Booking must be done via: Hotel website using code OPEN17



Travel info

The venue is centrally located in downtown Oslo. It is easily accessible by buss, tram and within 10 minute walking distance of Oslo’s main street (Karl Johans gate).

From Oslo Airport:

Option 1 - Take the Airport Express train to Oslo Central Station (Oslo S), it departs every 10 minutes. Take the tram to Frydenlund. Tram 17 or 18, towards Rikshospitalet, departs every 5 minutes and the trip takes about 10 minutes (https://goo.gl/maps/t9uQSabcPWF2).

Option 2 - Take the Airport Express train to Nasjonaltheateret station. It departs every 10 minutes, except for 20 past the hour. From Nasjonaltheateret it is an 11 minute walk to the venue (https://goo.gl/maps/CYu1TCEzARz).

Here is a downloadable PDF with travel information.

Contact Us

For your questions concerning the workshop, please contact: Jens H. Aasheim



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