Navigating Europe’s Institutional Publishing Landscape – DIAMAS Project Webinar
Join LIBER and the DIAMAS Project on 7 February (10:00 AM CET) for a thought-provoking, 90-minute webinar to unveil the findings of the project’s Institutional Publishing Landscape survey. The event will delve into the intricacies of the organisation, structure, and financing of Institutional Publishing in Europe and examine the results as a building block for future guidelines and policy recommendations.
About the event
Participants will gain valuable insights into the performance of institutional publishing entities in Europe, exploring the scale of their operations and how they measure up on various open science metrics. These findings have empowered the DIAMAS project to embark on a new phase—crafting guidelines, recommendations, and practical tools. Providing such resources is designed not only to strengthen Diamond Open Access Publishing but also to drive the advancement of equitable access to scientific work – a key pillar of LIBER’s 2023-2027 Strategy.
Scheduled to coincide with the release of the full analysis from our Institutional Publishing Landscape Survey, this webinar is your opportunity to digest the findings and learn what this means for the DIAMAS project and the wider scholarly communication system.
Libraries and librarians are key stakeholders in these findings, supporting the creation, dissemination, and preservation of academic knowledge within an institution. Your active participation will contribute to a vibrant discussion on the implications of the DIAMAS project’s research.
Hosted by LIBER and including speakers from the DIAMAS project team that conducted the Institutional Publishing survey, the webinar will include:
- Presentations of key survey findings.
- Insights into the implications for Diamond Publishing.
- Engagement with the team behind the survey in a live Q&A session.
Moderated by LIBER Executive Director, Martine Pronk.
Attendance is open to all, particularly those engaged in the scholarly communication ecosystem and with an interest in institutional publishing methods. Registration is required.REGISTER
Together, let’s pave the way for a more informed and collaborative future in Institutional Publishing. We look forward to your participation! – The DIAMAS Project Team