7. December 2018


14th Berlin Open Access Conference

Talks, for which slides have been used.

Day 1 in chronological order

Session 1: Aligning scholarly strategies to maximize their impact

The urgent need to accelerate the transition to open access

Jeong-Wook Seo (moderator), “Introduction & remarks”
Peter-Seeberger, “The expectations of researchers”
Achmed Bawa, “Democratization of knowledge”
Pastora Martínez Samper, “Impact for our institutions”
Jeffrey MacKie-Mason, “Some economic considerations for the transition”

The real costs of OA journal publishing and the potentials of a fully OA paradigm in scholarly communication

Ulrich Pöschl (moderator), “Introduction & remarks”
Martin Rasmussen, “The real costs of OA publishing & the potentials of a fully OA paradigm in scholarly communication”

Delivering open access on a large-scale to our researchers:
the transformative agreement strategy

Rich Schneider and Ivy Anderson, “Negotiating based on principles: the University of California approach”
Kai Geschuhn, “Mechanisms for transformation”
Ádám Dér, “Impact trajectory of transformative agreements”
Anna Lundén, “Recognizing our leverage, or stepping away from the table is an option”

Transformative agreements and the principles of Plan S

Robert-Jan-Smits, “Plan S: Making Open Access a Reality by 2020”

Setting in motion a wave of irreversible change: what we have achieved so far in the negotiation of transformative agreements

Lidia Borell-Damian (moderator), “Introduction and ‘Big deals survey 2018′”
Wilma van Weezenbeek, “Open access, the Dutch way”
Ralf Schimmer, “Max Planck Society”
Liam Earney, “JISC Collections, UK”

Day 2 in chronological order

Session 3: Transformation Colloquy

John Wiley & Sons, Guido Herrmann, “Publisher colloquy session”
Springer Nature, Daniel Ropers, “To a faster, worldwide transition to Open Access and Open Science”