May 23, 2022

Video: Presentations at ISSN’s “International Perspective on Open Access in Scholarly Communication” Conference (April 26, 2018)

2018-04-27_08-21-07The ISSN International Center organized conference “International Perspective on “Open Access in Scholarly Communication” took place yesterday in Paris.

Recordings of 11 presentations are now available to view on-demand.

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Sessions/Videos Include:

Opening Address
Gaëlle Béquet
Director, ISSN International Centre

The history of the Open Access and its Meaning
Jeaan-Claude Guédon
Honorary Professor – Univ. Montréal (Canada)
Chair of the Expert Group on the future of scholarly publishing, European Commission, 2017-2018.

The Evolution of Open Access Journal Publishing 2010-2016 -How ROAD data can enhance scientific research concerning open access?
Mikael Laakso
Associate Professor – Hanken School of Economics (Finland)

Open Access Policy Chess: A 4-D game involving academics, institutions, funders and publishers
Elizabeth Gadd
Research Policy Manager. Loughborough University (United Kingdom)

Valuation and Evaluation of Scholarly Journals: Lists, Indexes, Labels and Peer-review Processes /
Didier Torny
Senior Researcher – CNRS, CSI-I3 (France)

Open Access at the Crossroads: which Open Science do we really want? The contradictions between openness policies and research assessment in Europe
Marc Vanholsbeeck
Head – Ministère de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles (Belgium) 

Moderator Comments
Karl Debus-López
Chief, U.S. Programs, Law, and Literature Division, Acquisitions and Bibliographic Access Directorate Library of Congress (U.S.A.) 

Quality Open Access Market, enabling authors to ‘Think, Check, Submit’
Leo Waaijers
Founder of Quality Open Access Market (Netherlands)

HAL Repository and Self-archiving in Academia: Analyzing 10 years of deposit data in life sciences, humanities, and social sciences
Annaïg Mahé Associate Professor in Library Science – URFIST de Paris

The Global Open
Joachim Schöpfel Lecturer in Library and Information Sciences – Université de Lille (France) 

From Open Access to Open Science in the Latin American ecosystem
Ana Maria Cetto Professor in Physics – Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (Mexico)

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