Open Access and Repositories in the Arts

14th July 2009

British Academy, 10 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AH

A one-day meeting arranged to bring together librarians, research managers and information professionals from colleges of art, design, music, drama and communications, to explore issues surrounding open access to outputs in these fields. The meeting will be made up of a series of presentations from experts in the field, as well as breakout groups and a final plenary session.


Time Description More info.
09:45 Registration & Refreshments  
10:15 Introduction & Overview – Bill Hubbard, Centre for Research Communications, University of Nottingham  
10:30 The KULTUR Project – Andrew Gray, University of the Arts, London Download
11:05 Tea & Coffee  
11:25 Practice-as-Research in Music Online (PRIMO) – Richard Davis, University of London Computer Centre Download
12:00 Breakout Groups – What can Open Access do for you? What are the advantages, what are the disadvantages? Download
13:00 Lunch & Networking  
14:00 Running a Consortia Repository – Rachel Proudfoot White Rose Repository, University of Leeds Download
14:30 Copyright in the Arts – Charles Oppenheim, Loughborough University Download
15:00 Networking, Tea & Coffee  
15:15 Plenary Discussion and Wrap-Up – Bill Hubbard, Centre for Research Communications, University of Nottingham  
16:15 Close  


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