OTN Community Workflow Sprint
Adam is facilitating this official kick-off of the IMLS-funded multi-year project to create an open textbook platform environment to support authors.
Awards night at the Hilton bar!
This year’s theme for PRW is “Quality in the Process of Peer Review” and we couldn’t be more excited! Our community puts quality at the center of all that we do, and peer review workflow is no exception. Within our community we have four organizations willing to share about what quality in Peer Review means…
Alison attending and presenting Editoria in the session New Horizons in Open Research: Innovation in Open Books
Adam is presenting Editoria.
Alison attending. We’re presenting within a session on open source with industry colleagues from Hypothes.is and Public Knowledge Project.
Editoria will be included in the Products and Services Demonstrations from 5-6p.m. on June 12.
We are organizing and participating in the Open Source Bazaar: Owned by the Community Pre-meeting seminar, along with community members such as eLife, Hindawi, Fulcrum and others; We are participating in a session on journals workflow tools that leverage PubSweet along with eLife, Hindawi and others.
We’re participating in a session on Editoria, the community-owned open source books publishing system alongside partners from California Digital Library, University of Michigan/Fulcrum, Atla Open Press, and UNC Press.
We are presenting in a session on Mergers & Acquisitions within workflow technology space; We organized a session on Shared, open infrastructure in workflow which features community members including eLife and Hindawi.
Come participate in evolutionary discussions on creating and sustaining shared, community-owned infrastructure for scholarly books publishing.
Adam, Alison, Jure attending.
Kristen Ratan will be giving a keynote presentation at Crossref LIVE 18.
Editoria Founders Catherine Mitchell and Erich van Rijn will present Toward Simplified, Digital-first Book Publishing—The Case for Open Source. Community Manager Alison McGonagle-O’Connell will present as part of a JROST breakout session. View the agenda.
Kristen Ratan will be attending with Editoria’s Erich van Rijn and Catherine Mitchell.
Coko co-founder Kristen Ratan will present a keynote, “Learning from the enemy: building a successful open science movement from the rubble of today”. Editoria’s Alison McGonagle-O’Connell will collaboratively lead a workshop session CRediT: Discussing next steps
Alison McGonagle-O’Connell will present plenary session: Revolutionizing workflow with digital first, open source technology.
Adam Hyde will be presenting ‘Coko and Cabbage Trees: Better models for scratching someone else’s itch.’ on September 27.
Editoria Community Manager Alison McGonagle-O’Connell will attend and present at this meeting.
Kristen Ratan will be delivering a keynote presentation at COASP 2018.
Adam Hyde will attend and present at Wikimania 2018.
Carly Strasser gave a joint keynote on open source technology for scholarly communication.
Kristen Ratan presented at a pre-meeting seminar on open source sustainability.
Alison McGonagle-O’Connell contributed a guest post, Challenges and opportunities (but mostly opportunities) for open source infrastructure in library publishing, to the Library Publishing Coalition blog, after presenting at the Library Publishing Forum 2018.
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