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[InetBib] Open Call for early-career researchers: Shaping new ways to open the book. A workshop of the HIRMEOS project (2 June 2019, Marseille)
- Date: Thu, 21 Mar 2019 10:05:46 +0000
- From: Elisabeth Ernst via InetBib <inetbib@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [InetBib] Open Call for early-career researchers: Shaping new ways to open the book. A workshop of the HIRMEOS project (2 June 2019, Marseille)
The HIRMEOS project (High Integration of Research Monographs in the European
Open Science infrastructure), a project of the OPERAS research infrastructure
(operas-eu.org) is organizing a workshop at the ELPUB conference in Marseille
on 2 June on the topic of "shaping new ways to open the book".
We would like to invite early-career researchers to discuss their experiences
and needs concerning Open Access monographs and to submit an abstract (500
words) before 15 April 2019 on one of the following topics:
. Topic 1: Not yet available services and tools which could increase the
interest in publishing monographs in Open Access.
. Topic 2: Experiences with funding Open Access publications.
. Topic 3: Relevant aspects in choosing a publisher for the publication of a
. Topic 4: Publication's reputation and certification of scientific quality.
. Topic 5: Role of Open Access metrics and alternative metrics data concerning
monographs in the development of an academic career.
. Topic 6: Different strategies to increase the resonance of a monograph,
expand the audience, create new communities and communicate with them.
Invited speakers will receive a travel grant.
You are kindly invited to spread our call for proposals among your academic
With my best wishes,
Elisabeth Ernst, M.A.
Digital Humanities Officer/Referentin für Digital Humanities Max Weber Stiftung
- Deutsche Geisteswissenschaftliche Institute im Ausland Rheinallee 6, 53173
T +49 228 37786-41 -- F +49 228 37786-19
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