Springer Nature is holding a multidisciplinary event on Monday 23 April in London during Academic Book Week, exploring how open access books can help authors make the most out of their research. The event is open to all researchers and authors of scholarly works.
The half-day event will cover:
– Why should academics publish an open access book?
– How can authors track the impact of their book?
– What is the future of open access book funding?
– Author case studies showcasing OA book authors’ experiences.
Confirmed speakers include:
– Prof. Owen Davies, History Department, University of Hertfordshire
– Dr. Roseli Pellens, Macroecology, Institut de Systématique, Evolution, Biodiversité, Paris
– Hannah Hope, Open Research Co-ordinator, Wellcome Trust.
*Update – further speakers have been confirmed*
- Prof. Maureen Mackintosh, Economics, The Open University
- Tim Britton, Managing Director Open Research, Springer Nature
- Ros Pyne, Head of Policy & Development Open Research, Springer Nature
- Martijn Roelandse, Head of Publishing Innovation, Springer Nature
Registration is now open: