Research & Scholarly

  • The Research & Scholarly Publishing Forum

    Access All Areas: Global Trends in Research and Scholarly Publishing

    Date: Wednesday 11 April, 2018

    Time: 9:30 - 13:00

    Location: Olympia Conference Centre, West London

    Early Bird Price: £149 + VAT (Standard Price: £199 + VAT).

    Is this the end of publishing as we know it?

    Research and scholarly publishing faces unprecedented change. Digitisation has turned the concept of territoriality and the supply chain upside down. Different international approaches to funding in higher education and research mandates are not only affecting institutions, but also publishers.

    In partnership with the Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers (ALPSP), the 2018 Research and Scholarly Publishing Forum will tackle the big issues facing academic publishing, including the impact of Open Access and the future of peer review processes. 

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  • The Programme

    At LBF 2018, speakers will share global perspectives and strategic insight into the latest policy, publishing models and technologies in the research and scholarly field. The half day conference also offers attendees networking opportunities with colleagues from an international scholarly publishing community.

    The full 2018 programme will be announced shortly.

    Benefits

    • Understand the challenges and trends facing research communication
    • Receive an overview of global trends and how they are applicable to local markets
    • Listen to debate surrounding complex issues such as Open Access and peer review
    • Network with leaders in scholarly publishing.

    Speakers

    In 2018, we're excited to welcome expert chairs Niamh O'Connor from Portland Press and Anthony Cond from Liverpool University Press.

    Niamh previously worked for the Royal Society of Chemistry where she implemented journal strategies to meet the evolving needs of the global scientific community.

    Anthony is a Director of the Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers and an Associate Editor of the leading industry journal Learned Publishing.

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