Plan S under the spotlight at LBF’s Research & Scholarly Publishing Forum

Plan S under the spotlight at LBF’s Research & Scholarly Publishing Forum

The London Book Fair 2019’s Research and Scholarly Publishing Forum (13 March 2019) will tackle the key issues and trends facing academic publishing, including the impact of ‘Plan S’ on publishing business models, and the latest on OA monographs.

The conference will be chaired by Rachel Bruce from UKRI, and Information Power’s Alicia Wise. Keynote speaker David Sweeney is Executive Director of Research England, as well as the Co-Chair of the Plan S Implementation Committee.

Speakers discussing these crucial issues will include James Rivington, British Academy, Matthijs van Otegem, LIBER, Michael Healy, Copyright Clearance Center, and Alison Tweed, Chief Executive, Book Aid International.

Other topics include Stakeholder Perspectives and UUK Work on OA Monographs with speakers from British Academy, Taylor & Francis, University of Manchester, Portland Press and University of London.

Research and Scholarly Publishing Forum is supported by ALPSP (the Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers) and The Publishers Association, with programme created by Alicia Wise, Information Power.

The full programme is available here.

The Research & Scholarly Publishing Forum
Date: Wednesday 13 March
Time: 09:00 – 13:30
Location: Olympia Conference Centre, West London
Price: £149 + VAT (Early Bird price ends Friday)

This includes a FREE Visitor Ticket to The London Book Fair 12-14 March

Research and Scholarly Publishing Forum is sponsored by Copyright Clearance Centre and Ixxus.

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