LOS ANGELES, Oct. 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- International Open Access Week - a global event in conjunction with this year's Open Access Week Advisory Committee, entering in its 9th international year. The event is going to be celebrated from October 24 to 30, 2016.The announced theme for this year is "Open in Action."
International Open Access Week is an opportunity for the academic and research community to learn about the potential benefits of Open Access and to share the information with their colleagues. Therefore, "Open Access Week" celebration will help to inspire huge participation in order to make Open Access a new norm in the research and scholarship.
"Open Access" has the power to transform the research and scientific information dissemination with the free, immediate, online access of the results along with the right to use and re-use the published results as needed. Numerous Research funding agencies, academic institutions, researchers and scientists, teachers, students, and general public are supporting the movement of Open Access which is gaining additional momentum every year.
This Open Access Week provides an opportunity for every members of the community to take action in keeping this momentum moving forward. So Get Enrolled. Taking part in Open Access Week can be a simple way to become a part of the future societal benefits.
OMICS International has been a follower of Open Access system since its inception. The lead taken by OMICS International in this regard has been a great success and we would like to ensure the continuation of the same.
With the following present Open Access week theme of "Open in Action" we request our distinguished Editors, Authors and reviewers to participate in this campaign and share their knowledge and experience with us. We request all the associated eminent personalities send us their suggestions, comments at https://www.omicsonline.org/contact.php
About OMICS International
OMICS Group with its 2000+ employees has been supported by 50000+ well-qualified scientists as editorial board members who serve on voluntary basis to disseminate healthcare and scientific information open access, and year on year this support is increasing progressively with which OMICS Group is able to grow from 10 peer reviewed journals in 2009 to 700 peer reviewed journals by 2016, and readers base increased to 30 million.