Register now! Open access books event at Springer Nature

Academic Book Week 2018

Explore open access books: an Academic Book Week event for authors and researchers, hosted by Springer Nature

Event details:

Date: Monday 23 April 2018
Location: Springer Nature London Campus, The Stables, 2 Trematon Walk, London, N1 9FN
Time: 1:30pm - 6:30pm
Register: Eventbrite 

Description

Join us at the Springer Nature Academic Book Week event, exploring how open access can help you make the most out of your 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 

The event will close with an evening drinks and networking session.

Confirmed speakers

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Prof. Owen Davies 
History 
University of Hertfordshire

M Mackintosh © Springer Nature
Prof. Maureen Mackintosh
Economics
The Open University
R Pellens © Springer Nature
Dr. Roseli Pellens

Macroecology 
Institut de Systématique, Evolution, Biodiversité, Paris
H Hope small © Springer Nature
Hannah Hope
Open Research Coordinator
Wellcome Trust 

Christina Brian © Springer Nature
Christina Brian
Editorial Director, Politics & International Studies
Palgrave Macmillan

S Partridge © Springer Nature
Stephen Partridge
Editorial Director, Business, Economics & Finance
Palgrave Macmillan
Tim Britton head shot © Springer Nature
Tim Britton
Managing Director
Open Research, Springer Nature
Ros Pyne Macmillan © Springer Nature
Ros Pyne
Head of Policy & Development
Open Research, Springer Nature
M Roelandse © Springer Nature
Martijn Roelandse
Head of Publishing Innovation
Springer Nature

Programme

Download the programme here.

Unable to attend?

If you can’t attend this free event in London, you can still interact with our event online.

·  Watch the event live as it is being streamed on Facebook from 2pm BST

·  Ask our panellists questions through commenting on the Facebook live feed

·  Join in the conversation on Twitter by following @SN_OAbooks and #AcBookWeek

·  The event will be recorded. Please contact the organiser if you'd like to receive a link to the recording after the event.


General information about Academic Book Week.



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