Publishing in compliance with the OSTP Nelson Memo: what we know so far

What the event covered

The OSTP Nelson Memo was released in August 2022 delivering guidance for all federal grant-making agencies to revise or develop public access policies to ensure free, immediate, and equitable access to federally funded research. Where are we now over a year later and how can researchers get ready for when the public access policies are implemented?

This webinar covers how getting to grips with open science practices can help researchers prepare to share their federally funded research outputs.

Topics covered:

  • The key points of the Nelson Memo 

  • How open access publishing works

  • The benefits of diversifying your research output now

  • Open science and open data best

  • Case studies on how openness drives real-world impact

About the speaker

Boyana Konforti joined F1000 in 2022 and is an enthusiastic open science advocate. She fosters collaborative interactions and partnerships with research organizations, government, funders, and universities to make scientific communication more efficient, effective, transparent, and inclusive. Boyana holds a PhD in Biochemistry.

Rebecca Grant is Head of Data & Software Publishing at F1000, where she supports the development of policy, guidance, and publishing workflows to encourage researchers to share open and FAIR research data. She is co-chair of the STM Association’s Research Data Program Humanities Data Subgroup, and the Research Data Alliance Data policy standardization and implementation Interest Group. She is a qualified Open Data trainer certified by the Open Data Institute. 

Andrew Bostjancic is the US Open Research Policy Manager at Taylor & Francis Group, parent company of F1000. He has a decade of experience of advocating and implementing policy changes. He specializes in US federal advocacy serving previously as the Director Policy and Government Affairs for Catholic Charities USA.  He has a Master of Public Policy degree from the George Washington University. In his current role, Andrew analyzes policies from the federal government that pertain to T&F’s business and provides an assessment of the impact of those policies. He meets with lawmakers sharing how they can improve policies to create a better scholarly publishing.

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Online

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publishing your research

The speakers

Boyana Konforti

Director of Strategic Initiatives, F1000

Rebecca Grant

Head of Data & Software Publishing, F1000)

Andrew Bostjancic

US Open Research Policy Manager, Taylor & Francis Group

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