A Common Lot and a Lot in Common: Publishers & Researchers Today

A Common Lot and a Lot in Common: Publishers & Researchers Today

11 Mar 2020, 11:30 - 12:30

The Faculty
Language:
English

Researchers and publishers have much in common. Dr. Milka Kostic recently told the Scholarly Kitchen blog that both “want to make a difference – they want to advance human health and wellbeing, the health of our planet, and of our society.” Spurred by the movement toward Open Access and Open Science, scholarly publishers have taken up a range of new approaches to strengthen relationships with researchers. Transformative agreements, for example, prescribe educational programs on open access publishing for scholars. On their own and with third-party vendors, publishers also provide editorial assistance, social media services and career development guidance. Attendees will learn how they too can find common ground with their researcher-contributors.

Contributors

  • Pablo Palmeiro

    Speaker

    Vice President, Publisher and Society Partnerships

    CACTUS

  • Rosalind Pyne

    Speaker

    Director, Open Access Books

    Springer Nature

  • Kathryn Sharples

    Speaker

    Senior Director, Open Access

    Wiley

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