Open Access Australasia Webinar, May 24, 2022, 11:00 AM (Brisbane time)

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Summary:

Speakers from the COPIM Project (Community-led Open Publication Infrastructures for Monographs) will present on the challenges facing libraries seeking to support Open Access (OA) for books. The first presentation will highlight the growing number of OA monograph initiatives, including COPIM’s own Opening the Future programme, and will place these in the context of the wider landscape and OA mandates/policies (eg: Plan S). A second presentation will discuss collaborative approaches for libraries and publishers and will showcase other elements of COPIM’s own work in this space, including Open Book Collective, and Thoth: all OA monograph partnerships between libraries, publishers and infrastructure providers. There will be plenty of time for Q&A after each one presentation. Speakers: - Professor Martin Paul Eve, Professor of Literature, Technology and Publishing at Birkbeck, University of London, a COPIM project co-lead and co-founder of the Open Library of the Humanities. - Dr Joe Deville, Lancaster University, a COPIM project co-lead and co-founder of Mattering Press.

Link:

https://unsw.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYsf-Gsqz4tGdzHkffp6avsafZ_QkZIZ8Gn

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Tags:

oa.thoth oa.opening_the_future oa.openbookcollective oa.new oa.events oa.copim oa.openbookcollective oa.australia oa.events oa.australasia

Date tagged:

05/04/2022, 06:45

Date published:

05/04/2022, 07:26