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About the event
"The pace of change in our industry continues unabated, with seismic shifts in areas such as the dissemination of research, business models, and the nature of the workplace. And yet, while pressure for change has become the new normal, fundamental change has proved more elusive. We invite you to join us in highlighting the Trust and Transparency issues that underlie many of the challenges we face and exploring what it takes to create more meaningful Transformation in scholarly publishing."
What to expect?
The will be a plenary panel session titled "The Evolving Knowledge Ecosystem", where industry leaders talk about the societal and economic pressures driving our industry today and what they tell us about the future. Roger Schoenfeld (ITHAKA S+R) will moderate a candid discussion that addresses some of the most exciting opportunities and the greatest challenges shaping the present and future of scholarly communication. The session will engage with the ways leading companies are addressing these issues and changes, and what your organization might want to consider as you plan for the future of your programs.
The opening keynote will be held by Elisabeth Bik on the timely subject of "Double Trouble: Inappropriate Image Duplications in Biomedical Publications".
The programme of the conference can be accessed here.
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31 May 2023 - 02 June 2023
Oregon Convention Center & Hyatt Regency Portland | Portland, OR USA
Can't join in Portland? The Virtual Attendance can be accessed here.----