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This presentation was part of an event organised by Hindawi held at Cambridge Union Society on 23rd June 2016.
14:00-14:15 Keynote #1 Publisher Perspective (Paul Peters, President, OASPA; CEO, Hindawi)
Brief overview of Open Access from a publisher’s perspective. What were the drivers for the conversion to open access, how have they changed, and what are the major open access discussions shaping the future for publishers. What are the broader infrastructural challenges faced by the industry as a whole and how are these being addressed?
14:20-15:10 Panel Discussion #1 Open Access Models
Moderator: Paul Peters
Open Access is evolving into many forms, this panel will look at some of the different models that have developed in this space. It will consider the merits and potential challenges that they present for publishers, institutions and funding bodies.
Sara Grimme, Publishing & Product Director - Heliyon
Matt Day, Head of Open and Data - Cambridge University Press
Lara Speicher, Publishing Manager - UCL Press
15:10-15:25 Keynote #2 Institutional Perspective – (Dr Danny Kingsley)
The challenges of Open Access. What are the obstacles, annoyances and hazards for institutions in making their research output openly accessible? How has the landscape changed over the years, from a “nice to have” option put forward by more activist members of the research community, to an imperative supported by major funder. What steps need to be taken to ensure that, going forward, individual researchers are able to meet accessibility criteria and don’t fall foul of these new guidelines?
15:30 – 15:50 Coffee Break
15:50-16:30 Panel Discussion #2 Publishing Solutions
Moderator: (Dr. Danny Kingsley, University of Cambridge)
How are various stakeholders tackling the challenges outlined above by Dr Kingsley? With a vast number of new funder and institutional requirements increasing the burden on institutions and researchers what can be done to help?
Matt Green, Head of Institutional Membership - Hindawi
Catriona MacCallum - Acting Director of Advocacy at Public Library of Science PLOS
Carolyn Alderson - Deputy Director Jisc Collections
16:30-17:10 Panel Discussion #3 Technology Innovation
Moderator: (Liz Allen, F1000)
How can technology help researchers collaborate effectively online; provide a view on usage and sharing far beyond traditional measures and create an interlinked infrastructure? This panel will look at ways in which technology can support the creation, distribution and discussion around scholarly content.
Ali Smith, Web Developer - Overleaf
Euan Adie, Founder - Altmetric
Geoffrey Bilder - Director Of Strategic Initiatives – CrossRef
17:10-17:20 Closing Remarks