[open-science] Looking for Open Access Speakers
peter.suber at gmail.com
Fri Jan 24 18:33:10 UTC 2014
The Open Access Directory (OAD) has long maintained an OA speakers bureau.
Some potential speakers might not know about it and therefore might not
have signed up. But wouldn't it be better to enlarge OAD list than start a
OAD is a wiki. To prevent spam, contributions are limited to registered
users, but registration is free and easy.
On Fri, Jan 24, 2014 at 10:53 AM, Michelle Brook <michelle.brook at okfn.org>wrote:
> Hey all,
> I'm creating a list of people who are happy to talk about Open Access at
> events. This will act both as an internal resource for us (the Open
> Knowledge Foundation receive a lot of requests for speakers) and an
> external/online resource for people who are looking to put on events and
> don't know who to approach.
> The Open Knowledge Foundation will be catalysing more events about Open
> Access in the UK over the next few months, and hopefully we can do the same
> around the world. Having a list of people we can approach to talk is a
> great start to doing this!
> A short blog post and link to the form can be found here:
> Please pass it on among your networks - and do sign up yourself. It
> commits you to nothing right now :-)
> Best wishes,
> *Michelle Brook *
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