Open Book Publishers: Chat Drop-in Sessions on Open Access

Hello everyone, happy Wednesday!

Open Book Publishers have been having a lot of success with their open access drop-in sessions and have released some more dates in the coming weeks.

Session 2: This session will be Open Access book publishing: beyond the BPC and will take place on the 25th May. This session will be hosted by the Editor and Outreach coordinator Lucy Barnes. It will be of interest to researchers and research advisors interested in OA publishing and the OA model.

When: Monday 25th May at 5pm (UK time).
How: click here to connect to their Zoom channel.

If you are unable to attend this meeting but would like to know more, please feel free to contact Lucy by email at any time.

Session 3: This session is for anyone interested in their book publishing process: log on and chat with the co-director and commissioning editor Dr Alessandra Tosi, editor Adele Kreager and co-director Dr Rupert Gatti about their work at OBP – what they publish, how they publish, distribution and more!

When: Monday 1st June at 5pm (UK time).
How: click here to connect to their Zoom channel.

If you are unable to attend this meeting but would like to know more, please feel free to contact Alessandra by email at any time.

Session 4: This session is for librarians and researchers interested in their membership scheme. Talk with the co-director Dr Rupert Gatti, Editor and Outreach coordinator Lucy Barnes, and Marketing and Library Relations Officer Laura Rodriguez about their library membership programme: what it offers and what it supports.

When: Monday 8th June at 5pm (UK time).
How: click here to connect to their Zoom channel.

If you are unable to attend this meeting but would like to know more, please feel free to contact Laura by email at any time.

 

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Research Support Officer at the Open University.
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