OASPA Online Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing 2020
The OASPA 2020 Conference will take place online during the week of Monday 21 – Friday 25 September 2020.
The 2020 conference will address open access at a time of global challenge, taking on the demands and opportunities for open scholarship in relation to past and future crises in different regions of the globe. OASPA 2020 will also be a forum for collective reflection on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic and our ongoing endeavour to ensure scholarship is open and accessible to all.
The program committee is working hard to deliver an exceptional series of sessions, exploring:
- The latest developments in global open access policy
- Funding and operational models for equitable open access
- Moves toward community-owned, open infrastructure
- Engaging researchers in open scholarship
- Pricing and cost transparency
- Perspectives from small and scholar-led publishers
- The future of open scholarship
Please feel free to discuss the conference on social media using the hashtag #OASPA2020. Enquiries regarding the conference should be directed to email@example.com.
For highlights from last year’s conference in Copenhagen, recordings can be found here.
2020 OASPA Conference Committee
Jennifer Gibson (eLife) – Chair
Xenia van Edig (Copernicus Publications)
Catriona MacCallum (Hindawi)
Emma Wilson (Royal Society of Chemistry)
Juan Pablo Alperin (ScholCommLab/Public Knowledge Project)
Abel Packer (SciELO)
Shuai Yan (Independent Consultant, China)
Charles Watkinson (University of Michigan)
Varieties of Meaning and Content / The third "Context, Cognition and Communication"
The third Context, Cognition and Communication Conference will be hosted by the Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw. The main theme of the conference is "Varieties of Meaning and Content".
PUBMET2020 / The 7th Conference on Scholarly Communication and Publishing in the Context of Open Science
We welcome you to take part in PUBMET2020 conference, which strives to present and discuss the plurality of approaches to the scholarly communication, scholarly publishing and assessment (metrics). It will present innovative approaches, best practice discussions and take on future challenges. (http://pubmet.unizd.hr/pubmet2020/)
Cultures of Dissent in Eastern Europe (1945-1989): Research Approaches in the Digital Humanities
This 7-day seminar in digital humanities research methods is designed to expose a new generation of scholars in Cold War history and culture to methods of analysis and discovery involving computational techniques. Designed and run by NEP4DISSENT (New Exploratory Phase in Research on East European Cultures of Dissent), COST Action 16213, the inspiration for the course is built around the transfer of knowledge from technologists and data scientists to humanists.
XI Open Access Week: Taking Action to Build Structural Equity and Inclusion
Openness can be a powerful tool for building more equitable systems of sharing knowledge. Rebuilding research and scholarship to be open by default presents a unique opportunity to construct a foundation that is fundamentally more equitable. Yet today, structural racism, discrimination, and exclusion are present and persistent in places where openness is a core value. As a global community, it is important to understand that the systems and spaces of the present are often built upon legacies of historic injustice and that addressing these inequities is a necessity.