Japan Library Fair and Forum, 2022
15 November, 2022 – Free online meeting
SAVE THE DATE – Registration details to follow
On April 1, 2022, Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) revised its open access policy recommending that publications resulting from the research it funds be made openly available by researchers within 12 months of publication. JST encourages researchers to make their datasets openly available and operates the J-STAGE Data platform. JST’s preprint server Jxiv was launched in March 2022.
CHORUS is a simple and affordable community-led solution for monitoring funded research output, open access content, and datasets. JST is a CHORUS funder participant and together they have regularly hosted Forums in Japan about the scholarly communications ecosystem.
This JST/CHORUS Forum will address for the library community in Japan some global and local developments in open access, datasets, preprints, and the monitoring of research output. The presentations and panelists will be as follows:
We thank the Japan Library Fair and Forum for including this FORUM in their virtual meeting.
Moderator: Hiroya Takeuchi, Professor, Vice President and Director of University Library, Chiba University
Introduction of new JST developments – revisions to the open access policy, update on J-STAGE Data, the launch of Jxiv
Ritsuko Nakajima, Director, Department for Information Infrastructure, Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST)
Monitoring researcher output – Open access and data compliance
Michael Levine-Clarke, Dean of Libraries, University of Denver
Preprints in scholarly communications
Ben Mudrak, Senior Product Manager, ChemRxiv
Monitoring research output
Mikiko Tanifuji, Managing Director, Materials Data Platform Center, Research and Services Division of Materials Data and Integrated System, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)
Policies and Developments at AMED
Yasushi Ogasaka, Director, Department of International Strategy, Japan Agency for Medical Research and Development (AMED)
Presentations will be in English and Japanese. Simultaneous translation provided will be provided by NHK Global Media Services, Inc.
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