Programme

Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals: the role of research literature

Publishers for Development meeting, Tuesday 28 June 2016 Venue: Hawkwell House, Oxford.

Facilitator: Teresa Hanley

9.00-9.30:            Registration

 Framing our day

9.30-9.45:            Welcome

9.45-10.10:          Jon Harle, INASP: Research, higher education and the Sustainable Development Goals
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Research for development and access to electronic resources

10.10-10.40:        Philip Antwi-Agyei, KNUST, Ghana: Access to scientific knowledge for sustainable development in Africa and Ghana
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10.40-11.10:        Joshua Okonya, CIP, UgandaResearch on the effects of climate change on crops
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 11.10-11.30:        Break

 11.30-12.00:        Willie Ganda, Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education, Science & Technology      Development, ZimbabweRole of access to electronic resources in achieving Sustainable Development Goals
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12.00-12.30:        Brook Schofield, GÉANTNRENs and the national supply of information
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12.30-13.00:        Sue Murray, AJOL:  Why national publications matter
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 13.00-14.00:        Lunch

 Publisher responses – building understanding of developing country access initiatives

14.00-14.15:        Jane Wright (Taylor & Francis)
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14.15-14.30:        Jess Andrews (Cambridge University Press)
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14.30-15.00:        Anne Powell, INASP Applying the principles: INASP, consortia and publishers
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Discussion

15.00-15.30:        Discussions in groups

15.30-15.45:        Break

 15.45-16.30:        Feedback from discussion groups and open discussion

16.30-16.45:        Closing

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