20th International Conference
on Electronic Publishing
Positioning and Power in Academic Publishing: Players, Agents and Agendas 7–9 June 2016 in Göttingen, Germany
7 June 2016 – Day 1: Workshops
08:30–10:00 Workshop-Registration
09:30–17:00 Parallel Workshops/Tutorials
Alfred-Hessel-Hall Paulinerkirche GCDH, Conference room 1
09:30–12:40  10:00–12:30  
Open Peer Review: Models, benefits and limitations (OpenAIRE)  Entering the publishing system - Junior Scientist Day (FOSTER) 11:00–12:00 Arrival & Registration
      12:00–17:30
12:30 – 13:30 Lunch Break Workshop "Opening up the collection - reuse and publishing" (LIBER WG, DFG-Project FuPush, DARIAH-EU)
Alfred-Hessel-Hall/Lecture Room Paulinerkirche GCDH, Conference room 2
13:40–16:00 13:30–17:00 13:30–17:00
Open Peer Review: Models, benefits and limitations (OpenAIRE) - Breakout Sessions Entering the publishing system - Junior Scientist Day (FOSTER) OJS 3.0 and OMP 1.2: The latest in open source software for academia-controlled publishing (PKP)
 
Alfred-Hessel-Hall
16:00–17:00      
Open Peer Review: Models, benefits and limitations (OpenAIRE)      
17:30 Göttingen City Tour / Tour of Göttingen Library
19:30 Informal Get-together (self-paid) at Lokalneun
 
8 June 2016 – Day 2: Conference
08:30–09:30 Registration
09:30–10:30 Welcome and Keynote speech (Paulinerkirche) Chair: Birgit Schmidt
09:30–09:45 Welcome by the Vice President of the University of Göttingen: Norbert Lossau
09:45–09:50 Welcoming from General Chair of the Organizing Committee: Birgit Schmidt, University of Göttingen, Germany
09:50–10:30 20 years Elpub: A glimpse into its past, present and future – Leslie Chan, Peter Linde
10:30–11:00 Coffee Break
11:00–11:45 Keynote speech: Tara Andrews, University of Bern – “After the spring: Digital forms of scholarship and the publication ecosystem”
11:45–12:30 Poster Focus chaired by Stamatios Gianoulakis
A glance on presence of Shahid Beheshti University scholars in Research Gate (Amir Reza Asnafi)
Licensing and provision of old and new scientific films under Open Access Licenses – experience of TIB (Elke Brehm)
The ISSN network at the service of the Directory of Open Access scholarly Resources (ROAD): ISSN as a matching key to link ISSN metadata with other databases (Nathalie Cornic)
Jupyter Notebooks - a publishing format for reproducible computational workflows (Thomas Kluyver)
Battling for 'Openness' (Elena Simukovic)
Stepping Up Towards Greater Alignment of Repository Networks (Katharina Müller)
Opening up the collection – reflections of the community on reuse and publishing (Margo Bargheer and Andreas Degkwitz)
Open Source Software in Academic Publishing: VGTU Press case (Roberta Poderyte)
12:30–13:30 Lunch Break
13:30–15:00 Parallel Sessions
 

Paulinerkirche: Disciplinary approaches: A model for all? Session Chair: Peter Linde

  1. SCOAP3/SCOAP3-DH – Gold Open Access in high energy physics (Angelika Kutz Ll.M.)
  2. Genome sharing projects around the world: How you find data for your research (Fiona Nielsen)
  3. Towards new metrics for bioresources use (Laurence Mabile)

Alfred-Hessel-Hall: Maintaining quality over time Session Chair: Niels Stern

  1. FOSTER’s Open Science training tools and best practices (Astrid Orth)
  2. If there are documents you really care about: Print them out! (Bernd Kulawik)
  3. Interactive Public Peer ReviewTM: an innovatitive approach to scientific quality assurance (Xenia Van Edig)
15:00–15:30 Coffee Break
15:30–17:00

Session Chair: Leslie Chan

  1. Open Access, Open Science, Open Society (Valentina Moscon)
  2. Peer Review on the move from closed to open (Anthony Ross-Hellauer, Arvid Deppe)
  3. Identifying and improving dataset references in social sciences full Texts (Behnam Ghavimi)
17:00–17:15 Day One Closing and Information about the evening and Next Day
19:00 Conference dinner at Planea
 
9 June 2016 – Day 3: Conference
08:30–09:00 Registration
09:00–10:45 Keynote speaches (Paulinerkirche) Chair: Fernando Loizides
09:00–10:00 Keynote speech: Jean-Claude Guédon, University of Montréal – "Whither Open Access? Four scenarios and four choices"
10:00–10:45 National Keynote: Prateek Mahalwar, Max Planck Society – "Early career Researchers and Open Access"
10:45–11:15 Coffee Break
11:15–12:45 Parallel Sessions
 

Paulinerkirche: Stakeholders and their positions Session Chair: Margo Bargheer

  1. Time to adopt: Librarians’ new skills and competency profiles (Birgit Schmidt, Iryna Kuchma)
  2. Sustaining the growth of library scholarly publishing (Graham Stone)
  3. Article Processing Charges: a new route to Open Access? (Gerald Beasley)
  4. UCL Press: a new model for open access university presses (Chris Penfold)

Alfred-Hessel-Hall: Data mining and knowledge discovery Session Chair: Pierre Mounier

  1. Insights from over a decade of Electronic Publishing Research (Fernando Loizides)
  2. Stakeholders in academic publishing: Text and data mining perspective and potential (Maria Eskevich)
  3. Referencing of complex software environments as representations of research data (Sven Bingert and Stefan Buddenbohm)
  4. Controlled vocabularies and PHAIDRA International (Imma Subirats Coll)
12:45–13:45 Lunch Break
13:45–15:15 Panel Discussion: Positioning and power in academic publishing: Players, Agents and Agendas
Wolfram Horstmann, SUB-Göttingen; Clifford Lynch, Coalition for Networked Information (CNI); Niels Stern, Nordic Council of Ministers; Andrea Polle, Büsgen-Institut, Georg-August Universität Göttingen; Andreas Degwitz, Humboldt University Berlin, DINI; Mike Mertens, DARIAH-EU; Laura Henderson, Frontiers
15:15–15:45 Closing session, handover and farewell

Programme (PDF)