Forum on the Future of Scientific Publishing

If I had not had a prior commitment at Hopkins, I would have driven up to Stanford to attend this workshop.  I was bummed I had to miss it.  The good news is they saved all the slide presentations and video taped the event.  You can view the sessions for free.  Below are details on it.

Joe Wible, Hopkins Marine Station

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July 16, 2013
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Future of Scientific Publishing
The Forum on the Future of Scientific Publishing was held on June 27, 2013, at the Li Ka Shing Center on the Stanford University campus. The Forum allowed major stakeholders to present their perspectives on impending federal policy changes regarding open access to scientific research.The event included speakers from scientific society publishers, commercial publishers, university libraries, university researchers, open access advocates, industry, and government agencies.

Slide presentations and video from the event are now available online on our web site.

The Forum was held in response to the recent memo from the White House’s Office of Science and Technology Policy regarding access to federally-funded scientific research. More background information and an article about the event are available on our web site.

This event was sponsored by:
Stanford University Dean of Research Office,
Stanford University Libraries, Stanford University School of Engineering, American Physical Society, Stanford Photonics Research Center
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Amy Hodge
Science Data Librarian
amyhodge@stanford.edu | 650.556.5194
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