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Open Access Week 2021

In the frame of the international event Open Access Week 2021 (October 25-31), the EPFL Library invites you to join daily events on site and online to celebrate Open Access.


Monday, Oct. 25 | 12PM-1PM
Stand on EPFL campus (replaced by a Zoom Q&A if COVID regulations strengthened)
Stop by the Library’s booth at the Méridienne to talk about Open Access
Join the Library’s Publishing Support team to kick off Open Access Week and its program of events and ask all your questions about Open Access and publications.

Tuesday, Oct. 26 | 12PM-1PM
Zoom Q&A |
Online demo of the tool Open Access Compliance Check Tool
Join this online event to discover the new Open Access Compliance Check Tool (OACCT) that will guide you in deciding where and how to publish your research in agreement with funders’ and institutional Open Access policies. We’re making the road to compliance easier for you.

Wednesday, Oct. 27 | 12PM-1PM
Stand on EPFL campus (replaced by a Zoom Q&A if COVID regulations strengthened)
Stop by the Library’s booth on the Esplanade to learn how to choose an open license
You are not sure what licenses are better for publishing your article, code or dataset? How to assign them? What they really allow? Come at the Esplanade to talk open licenses with the Library. 

Thursday, Oct. 28 | 12PM-1PM
Zoom Q&A |
Join to learn and discuss about OER
Have you ever heard about Open Educational Resources (OER)? Join this online event to learn more and consider how it could apply for your future teaching and training activities.

Friday, Oct. 29 | 12PM-1PM
Zoom Q&A |
Online demo of ORCID and the EPFL integration
What is an ORCID id? Why would you need one and how can you use it efficiently? These and other questions will be answered during this online demo by the Publish Support team.


Zoom link :


Do not hesitate to contact the Library Publish Support team at
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From: 25 Oct, 2021
12:00 - 13:00
To: 29 Oct, 2021
12:00 - 13:00
Organizer: EPFL Library
Languages: Français / anglais
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