PUBMET 2021 - the 8th Conference on Scholarly Communication in the Context of Open Science

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15 Sep 2021 @ 09:00am - 17 Sep 2021 @ 06:00pm

PUBMET2021, the 8th conference on scholarly publishing in the context of open science, will be held on 15-17 September 2021 online. The conference strives to present and discuss the plurality of approaches to the scholarly communication, scholarly publishing and assessment (metrics). It will present innovative approaches, best practice discussions and take on future challenges.

Themes of the PUBMET2021 conference include the following:

  • post open access transition,
  • creative and innovative approaches to publishing,
  • supporting open communication,
  • redefining research assessment,
  • trust in science,
  • scholarly communication in the COVID-19 era,
  • (in)equalities in scholarly communication.

The organizers aim to maintain lively discussion among experts in various fields involved in scholarly publishing and dissemination of knowledge. The field of scholarly communication, scholarly publishing and research assessment includes all disciplines and variety of skills: researchers from different disciplines, information specialists and librarians, editors, publishers, teachers, students, policy makers, communication specialists, repository managers and university administrators.

This year PUBMET2021 will come as a curated conference with topics and speakers pre-selected by the programme committee (no call for proposals).
PUBMET conference is organized by the University of Zadar, Department of Information Sciences, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Food Technology and Biotechnology, the Ruđer Bošković Institute’s Centre for Scientific Information and the Croatian Association for Scholarly Communication.

We welcome you to join us!

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