Asia Open Access Meeting 6-7 March 2019 | Dhaka, Bangladesh. Registration is free!

NAME EVENT

Asia Open Access Meeting 2019

DATE

6-7 March 2019

PLACE

Dhaka, Bangladesh

ORGANIZER(S)

Jointly organized by the Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council (BARC) in Dhaka, in collaboration with Confederation of Open Access Repositories (COAR)

VENUE 

Bangladesh Agricultural Research Centre (BARC), Farmgate, Dhaka

AUDIENCE

The meeting is open to those from the academic and open science & open access community in Asia

REGISTRATION

Online Registration |  Registration is free!

If you cannot register using the google registration form, please send mail to: s.das@barc.gov.bd

The Asia Open Access (OA) Meeting:  an opportunity

The Asia OA Meeting provides an opportunity to learn about global trends, share information across Asian countries, and help with local strategies for increasing the adoption of open access & open science in participating countries as well in Bangladesh.

Participants can learn about the latest development related to the Confederation of Open Access Repositories (COAR) next generation repositories initiative and hear about the work being done in other countries in Asia and beyond. 

For more details including the Programme, please, check COAR website

OPEN...: LOOKING FURTHER AHEAD:

Submit an ABSTRACT (before 22 February 2019) at the IGAD RDA 13th pre-meeting: 'AGRICULTURE DATA Interoperability: Opportunities and Lessons Learnt from Sharing and Re-Using Open Data'

EU Datathon 2019 - Launch (on 28 January 2019) of the Open Data competition!

2 March 2019 - international Open Data Day 2019! By making Your Voice heard, You will bring even more life to the upcoming exciting ODD events! 

Get Full-Text content via Research4Life enhanced with new Country-Specific Search in Summon!

AIMS.FAO.ORG is looking forward towards creating awareness of the work done in Open AccessOpen Data, Open Science through dialogue, capacity development, collaboration and diversity, - in this way science can be advanced much faster, addressing the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals).

You are invited to Sign up for AIMS News, follow @AIMS_Community on Twitter... And, thanks again for your interest! 


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