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International Conference on Electronic Publishing (ElPub 2019)

Academic publishing and digital bibliodiversity

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Published on Wednesday, April 17, 2019 by Céline Guilleux

Summary

The 23rd edition of the International Conference on Electronic Publishing (ElPub) will celebrate the cultural diversity in all aspects of the transmission and perception of the written, spoken and illustrated word! In 2019, ElPub will expand your horizons and perceptions. Taking as an inspirational starting point the concept of bibliodiversity, the forum will revisit its definition and explore what it means today. Being organised five years after the adoption of the International Declaration of Independent Publishers to Promote and Strengthen Bibliodiversity Together, supported in 2014 by 400 publishers from 45 countries, the conference aims to bring together the enquiring academic, professional and publishing industry minds keen to explore the ever evolving nature of the knowledge transmission within human societies.

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The 23rd edition of the International Conference on Electronic Publishing (ElPub) will celebrate the cultural diversity in all aspects of the transmission and perception of the written, spoken and illustrated word!

In 2019, ElPub will expand your horizons and perceptions. Taking as an inspirational starting point the concept of bibliodiversity, the forum will revisit its definition and explore what it means today. Being organised five years after the adoption of the International Declaration of Independent Publishers to Promote and Strengthen Bibliodiversity Together, supported in 2014 by 400 publishers from 45 countries, the conference aims to bring together the enquiring academic, professional and publishing industry minds keen to explore the ever evolving nature of the knowledge transmission within human societies.

ElPub 2019 will take place from 2 to 4 June 2019 in Marseille, France.

Registration

Registration: https://elpub2019.hypotheses.org/registration

Programme

2 June - Workshops

08:15-9:00  Registration

09:00-13:00  Workshop 1  Invest in Open Infrastructure

Invest in Open Infrastructure's (IOI) is a new groupe whose purpose is to design a new system to provide long-term financial sustainability for nonprofit organizations and projects that provide essential tools and services that institutions and agencies rely on.

This session is mainly to acquire feedback from participants on the different components of the initiative before it gets started: exploring the needs to create more integrated approaches to infrastructure and its funding, exploring possible funding mechanisms, elaborating on what a common framework might look like and how it could serve various communities.

13:00-14:00  Lunch

14:00-18:00 Workshop Open Science Barometer 

Chair: Eric Jeangirard (French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, France)

This workshop will gather several initiatives that aims at monitoring Open Science at a national or sub-national level.

  1. Presentation of the different methodologies; we'll try to underline their common points and differences, in terms of data-sources, perimeter and process.
  2. Focus on the multiple levels of monitoring (in particular geographic level, institution level, discipline level, Open Access type level) and the different challenges associated.
  3. Discussion about the potential interest of data sharing or results sharing between countries.

18:00-19:00  Welcome reception 

3 June - Conference

08:30-9:15  Registration

09:15-10:30  Opening Robert Cartolano

11:00-12:30  Session 1  Best Practices in Bibliodiversity

  • Repositories at Bibliodiversity Stakes: Community Approaches, Chérifa Boukacem Zeghmouri, Christine Berthaud
  • Strengthening bibliodiversity: the current situation in France at national and institutional levels, Jean-François Lutz, Jacques Lafait
  • Bibliodiversity in practice: Developing community-owned, open infrastructure to unleash Open Access publishing, Lucy Barnes, Rupert Gatti
  • Minute madness: short poster presentations

12:30-13:30  Lunch

13:30-15:00  Session 2 & 3

Session 2: Theoretical aspects of bibliodiversity

  • Bibliodiversity's Documentation: A Conceptual Exploration of Documents, Practices, and Information, Marc Kosciejew
  • Is multilingualism seen as added-value in bibliodiversity? A literature review focussed on business and research contexts, Ana Balula, Delfim Leão
  • If, Alongside Libraries, Funders Pulled Their Weight: A Study in Universal Open Access, John Willinsky

Session 3: Digital publishing: workflows, processes, achievements

  • Modeling scholarly publications for sustainable workflows, Klaus Thoden
  • A framework to the digital book design process, Mauricio Elias Dick, Berenice Santos Gonçalves
  • Intermediary services as a concept for an institutional publishing platform, Fabian Cremer, Katrin Neumann

15:30-17:00  Session 4 & 5

  • Session 4: French eInfrastructures contributing to Open Science
  • Session 5: Open Access monographs Eelco Ferweda

19:00-22:00  Conference dinner

4 June - Conference

08:30-9:15  Registration

09:15-10:30  Opening Dominique Boullier

11:00-12:30  session 6 & 7 

Session 6: Library Data: from metrics to visualisation

  • Matilda: building a bibliographic/metric tool for open citations & open science, Didier Torny, Laurent Capelli, Lydie Danjean, Stéphane Pouyllau
  • Information visualisation and library data: a case study of Public Library of Veria, Greece, Panagiotis Gkioulekas, Panayiota Polydoratou
  • The significant difference in impact: a comparative study on metrics for open access monographs, Gabor Schubert, Sofie Wennström, Graham Stone, Jeroen Sondervan

Session 7: Open knowledge

  • Ethical Expansion of Open Knowledge: ACRL's New Research Agenda for Scholarly Communications and the Research Environment, Nancy Maron, Rebecca Kennison, Kara Malenfant, Yasmeen Shorish, Nathan Hall
  • Universities and knowledge sharing: Evaluating progress to openness at the institutional level, Katie Wilson, Cameron Neylon, Lucy Montgomery, Chun-Kai (Karl) Huang
  • Science should be open, right? Pogačnik Aleš

12:30-13:30  Lunch

13:30-15:00  Session 8 & 9

Session 8: Communities, crowd initiatives and digital safety

  • Community proofreading as a tool for community engagement - A quantitative analysis, Sebastian Nordhoff
  • A comparative analysis of high school students' and school librarians' conceptions and practices of Digital Safety, Virgilio Jr Medina, Hind Al-Khulaifi, Ross Todd
  • Peer Community in: a free public system for peer-reviewing and highlighting preprints, Thomas Guillemaud, Denis Bourguet, Benoit Facon

Session 9: New models and case studies

  • A Conceptual Model for Building Publishing Services on Top of a Distributed Network of Repositories, Kathleen Shearer, John Willinsky, Eloy Rodrigues, Tony Ross-Hellauer, Benedikt Fecher, Paolo Manghi, Natalia Manola, Susanna Mornati, Andrea Bollini, Pedro Principe
  • The Adoption of e-Publishing by University Presses in Kenya, Michael Wafula, Joseph Musakali, Joseph Wafula
  • An Infrastructure to Measure and Assess HSS? Platform, Innovation, Tools, Policies, Tanja Niemann, Émilie Paquin The Centre Mersenne, one year of operation Célia Vaudaine, Thierry Bouche, Evelyne Miot
  • Monitoring Open Access at national level: french case study, Eric Jeangirard

15:30-17:00  Panel discussion

Supporting a vibrant market for Open Access publishers: Quality assurance, bibliodiversity and the long tail of academic publishing

17:00-17:30  Closing remarks

Places

  • Palais du Pharo - 58 Boulevard Charles Livon
    Marseille, France (13007)

Date(s)

  • Sunday, June 02, 2019
  • Monday, June 03, 2019
  • Tuesday, June 04, 2019

Keywords

  • bibliodiversity

Contact(s)

  • Chloé Lebon
    courriel : chloe [dot] lebon [at] openedition [dot] org

Reference Urls

Information source

  • Chloé Lebon
    courriel : chloe [dot] lebon [at] openedition [dot] org

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