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The Aspect of Copyrights in Developing Open Access

The Visoriai Information Technology Park, the Science Publishing Cluster together with The Association of Lithuanian Serials, Vilnius University, and the Martynas Mažvydas National Library of Lithuania are continuing the event cycle designed for the scientific publishing community and now invite participants to take part in new digital seminars focused on the most advanced breakthroughs in global scholarly publishing. These lectures and seminars will emphasize the need to foster cooperation between scientific institutions (publishing houses) and science and business for developing and applying the most recent scholarly publishing solutions in the public sector.

September 25, 2020
Space: Microsoft Teams (registered participants will be provided access to the event)
Registration

Topic: The Aspect of Copyrights in Developing Open Access
Moderated by Doc. Dr. Arūnas Gudinavičius (Vilnius University)

9:45–10:00 Participants join the event channel

10:00–10:10 Greeting the participants
prof. habil. dr. Rūta Petrauskaitė (Vytautas Magnus University)

Part I (held in English)

10:10–10:55 Essential Information You Must Not Miss when Applying to DOAJ

Speakers: Members of the Directory of Open Access Journals team: Managing Editor Sonja Brage, Senior Managing Editor Judith Barnsby, and Operations Manager Dominic Mitchell

Abstract:
– Open access statement
– Licence information
– Who owns the copyright?
– Some reasons why journal applications to DOAJ are rejected.

10:55–11:10 Discussion and questions

11:10–11:15 Break

Part II (held in Lithuanian)

11:15–12:00 Legal Aspects of Open Access

Speaker: Doc. Dr. Marija Stonkienė, expert on information law

Abstract: When we speak of open access, often the most emphasis is put on how access to works of science, literature, or art is rendered free. But is this the true essence of open access? What can users legally do with works (objects of intellectual property) when they have “free access” to them? What is the legal content of open access? What are the legal aspects of publishing practice associated with granting open access? What subjects operate within the complex legal relationships pertaining to open access? Which legal issues are brought to light by granting open access in Lithuania?

12:00–12:15 Discussion and questions