The 6th conference on scholarly publishing in the context of open science.
We welcome you to take part in a conference that strives to present and discuss the plurality of approaches to the scholarly publishing and assessment (metrics) and new trends in the scholarly publishing area. The PUBMET2019 conference will present innovative approaches, best practice discussions and take on future challenges. The organizers aim to maintain lively discussion among experts in various fields involved in scholarly publishing and dissemination of knowledge. The field of scholarly publishing and metrics includes all disciplines and variety of skills: researchers from different research areas, information specialists and librarians, editors, publishers, educators and students, policy makers and managers contribute to this field of investigation.
The lectures will cover broad topics on Open Science, including Open Access, open data, open repositories, and open peer review, publication and editorial practices, copyright and licensing issues, plagiarism and other ethical considerations, advances in digital scholarly publishing, and scholarly metrics and assessment.
On the pre-conference day 18 September 2019 several workshops will offer opportunity for participants to acquire additional knowledge on Creative Commons licences, Plan S initiative, new publishing models and academic writing.
A great opportunity to meet your colleagues, researchers, editors and publishers to discuss new trends, products, and to join some great initiatives.
Ask the Expert
There will be plenty opportunities for formal and informal discussions and to raise questions on the topics vital for your work and profession.
- Adriaan van der WeelLeiden University
- Gwen FranckEIFL, Lithuania
- Andrei RostovtsevDissernet, Russia
- Rachael LammeyCrossref
- Romana Matanovac VučkovićUniversity of Zagreb
- Thed van LeeuwenLeiden University
- Sami SyrjämäkiUniversity of Helsinki
- Victoria TsoukalaEuropean Commission
We’re still in the process of putting together the final programme.
How Document became an application: new possibilities for scholarly publication
Blaž Rebernjak, Krešimir Zauder
Open Research Data in the Croatian National Infrastructure DABAR
Alen Vodopijevec, Draženko Celjak, Ljiljana Jertec Musap, Marijana Glavica
Copyright and Licensing
Romana Matanovac Vučković
Working with Crossref & Crossref services, old and new
Fit for purpose! Shaping open access and open science policies for Horizon Europe
Research misconduct in dissertations and scientific publications in Russia
Helsinki Initiative for Multilingualism in Scholarly Communication
Why is a Book?
Adriaan van der Weel
Open for business: how open business models can drive open science forward