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Open Access Publishing


12 February 2019


Langue EN Workshop language is English

Graduate Campus


Dr Micaela Crespo is the Open Access Coordinator for UNIL. She has ten years of research experience at Swiss and international institutions as well as a Project Management certification, and a passion for research dissemination. micaela.crespo@unil.ch.


What is all the fuss about Open Access?
How can I publish my scientific results in Open Access? Do I really have to?
Who should I contact at UNIL if I need help with Open Access?
The SNSF, the EC and the Swiss National Strategy for Open Access now mandate that all publicly funded research results must be published in Open Access mode. Are you ready for the challenge?

Aimed at researchers in all career stages, this workshop will show you:

  • What Open Access is and what it is not.

  • The different Open Access mandates of relevant funding agencies.

  • What the different ways to publish in Open Access are.

  • Your rights and obligations towards Open Access as a UNIL researcher.

  • Examples of Open Access publishing in several disciplines.

  • What is Serval (UNIL's institutional repository) and how to use it.

  • Why you need an ORCID ID, how to get one and link it to UNIL.

  • Resources available to help you publish in Open Access.





This is a hands-on workshop. Attendees are requested to bring a laptop along and one or two recent publications (please bring both the PDF of the final published version as well as the PDF of the Author Accepted Manuscript – or Post-print – that is, the accepted version of the publication after peer-review, but before formatting by the Publisher).

Target audience: PhD candidates and postdocs.



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