Publishing in Compliance with the OSTP Nelson Memo: Implications for Librarians and Their Researchers

Presented by: F1000 and Library Journal
Event Date: Wednesday, September 13, 2023


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The OSTP Nelson Memo was released in August 2022, delivering guidance for all federal grant-making agencies to revise or develop public access policies to ensure free, immediate, and equitable access to federally funded research. Where are we now over a year later, and how can librarians help researchers prepare for when public access policies are implemented?

In this webinar, James Cleaver (Strategic Partnership Manager, F1000) and Andrew Bostjancic (US Open Research Policy Manager, Taylor & Francis Group) discuss how librarians can support researchers to publish their federally funded research outputs in compliance with the Nelson Memo through open science practices. 

Register now to join the session, where you’ll uncover:

•    What the OSTP Nelson Memo means for institutions 
•    How researchers can prepare now
•    The benefits of diversifying research output
•    Open data best practices
•    Case studies on how openness drives real-world impact




James Cleaver, Strategic Partnership Manager, F1000

Andrew Bostjancic, US Open Research Policy Manager, Taylor & Francis Group


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