We’re still in the process of putting together the final programme.

  1. Workshops

  2. How Document became an application: new possibilities for scholarly publication
    Blaž Rebernjak, Krešimir Zauder

  3. Open Research Data in the Croatian National Infrastructure DABAR
    Alen Vodopijevec, Draženko Celjak, Ljiljana Jertec Musap, Marijana Glavica

  4. Copyright and Licensing
    Romana Matanovac Vučković

  5. Working with Crossref & Crossref services, old and new
    Rachael Lammey
  6. Talks

  7. Research misconduct in dissertations and scientific publications in Russia
    Andrei Rostovtsev

  8. Fit for purpose! Shaping open access and open science policies for Horizon Europe
    Victoria Tsoukala

  9. Why is a Book?
    Adriaan van der Weel

  10. Helsinki Initiative for Multilingualism in Scholarly Communication
    Sami Syrjämäki

  11. Open for business: how open business models can drive open science forward
    Gwen Franck

Excursion on September 20th
viewpoint Kamenjak at Vransko lake
Biograd na moru
Olive oil and wine tasting

This excursion will show you southern part of Zadar region with included Vransko lake, Biogard and agricultural cooperative. After an hour-long drive, first stop will be Kamenjak viewpoint. At the top of Kamenjak Hill, above the middle of Lake Vrana, a viewpoint was constructed in 2006. Two connected buildings were built and decorated in traditional style, and next to them there are large signboards that tell the story of this region that is older than two millennia, a large plateau with benches for rest and enjoyment, a panoramic telescope and what is most important: a view of the entire lake, at the beginning of the Kornati islands, the Island of Murter, Pirovac, Drage, Pakoštane ... While guide is telling you a story about area, enjoy the view.

From Kamenjak, weʼll continue to Biograd na Moru. The crowning site of the Croatian and Croatian-Hungarian rulers, Biograd is today a capital Riviera at the doors of the Kornati islands. Biograd has it all – from beautiful pebble beaches to its rich historical and cultural heritage. You wonʼt be dissapointed by this charming seaside town which was once occupied by kings of Croatia. The core of this ancient town is located on a small peninsula dotted with its cultural and historical heritage that testifies about its turbulent past.

Afterwards, weʼll head to place called Polača in Ravni kotari. Two locals established the agricultural cooperative with the aim of development rural area and production of top quality products through olive growing (edible olives in different preparation and extra virgin olive oil) and viticulture as well as figs and products made from figs. First will follow traditional lunch with “peka” and later will follow wine (3 types) and olive oil tasting with tour of production area.

Tour will end by returning to Zadar.

Price per person:

  • 8-13: 590,00 kn
  • 14-19: 470,00 kn
  • 20-25: 440,00 kn
  • 26-31: 395,00 kn
  • 32-37: 375,00 kn
  • 38-43: 360,00 kn

For lunch at this agriculture property, minimum number of persons is 10. For less than 10, lunch will be organized in Biograd.

The price includes transfer with bus, guide, entrance fee for Natural Park Vransko Lake, lunch (aperitif, peka with side dish and salad), wine and olive oil tasting, tour of wine and olive oil production area.

Duration: 5-6 hours.