orw 2023

Open Research Week 2023: Are We Doing This or Not? The Future of Open is Today

3:00pm - 4:00pm / Monday 6th March 2023
Type: Webinar / Category: Research / Series: Open Research Week
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Keynote Speaker: Professor Georgina Endfield, Associate Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research Environment and Postgraduate Research, University of Liverpool, will be introducing our keynote speaker.

Are We Doing This or Not? The Future of Open is Today:
Ashley Farley – Programme Officer, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Ashley will discuss how the scholarly community can move from postulating the future to living in it. It will take bold action, but the outcome will be worth it! Is this the tipping point for change that we’ve been waiting for? Join this interactive discussion to find out. 

Ashley Farley is the Programme officer of Knowledge and Research Services at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. She leads the Foundation’s Open Access Policy and the work of Gates Open Research.

Open Research Week is a series of events organised by Edge Hill University, the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University, which aims to discuss new, developing and current practice in all things Open Research.

All events are free and you can register for each event individually. Each event will be recorded, so if you are unable to attend, please sign up and these recordings will be sent out in due course