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Open Access Conference 2015:
Learning from Experience

San Jose State University
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library
October 23, 2015

Call For Proposals

In celebration of Open Access Week, San Jose State University will be hosting its biennial one-day conference on October 23, 2015, on all things Open: Open Access, Open Educational Resources, Open Education. For the conference sessions, we are interested in what worked, what didn't work, and why in areas related to:

  • Open access publishing and institutional repositories
  • Sustainability, scalability, and assessment of open access
  • Open educational resources and open access applications in the classroom
  • Massive open online courses (MOOCs) - copyright issues, assessment, challenges
  • Outreach, promotion, and overcoming resistance to open initiatives

We will consider proposals for individual presentations and panels organized around a theme. Presentations are scheduled for either 60 minutes or 30 minutes. In the final program, 30-minute sessions will be paired. We are also offering a lightning round session consisting of 5- to 10-minute presentations showcasing your best ideas and your most educational failures.

Submit your presentation proposal here

Deadline for proposals: July 31, 2015
Notification of accepted proposals expected: August 15, 2015

Please feel free to contact the Program Planning Committee with questions:

Ann Agee, Program Proposal Coordinator, at ann.agee@sjsu.edu and
Christina Mune, Program Planning Chair, at christina.mune@sjsu.edu

Browse the contents of Open Access Conference:

2013 Open Access Un/Conference: Promote, Impact, Access
San Jose State University, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library, San Jose, CA, October 25, 2013