Being open: our responsibilities in the emerging open science movement
05/07/2018 09:00 | Durée 00:47:45

Intervenants : Louise Page , PLOS .   Giannis Tsakonas , Library & Information Centre, University of Patras .  

Opening up access to research was just the beginning of a much larger movement where the free exchange of scientific communication mirrors more closely the collaborative environment of the research community. Looking back at the building blocks, we can chart our collective responsibilities to match the speed and convergence of scientific publishing, the research enterprise, and the globalization of technology. In her keynote, Louise Page will provide a perspective for how publishers and the research library community can collectively address the challenges ahead through partnership and aligned purpose to better serve our communities. Louise Page joined PLOS in 2015 with a focus on innovations and strategies to transform scholarly communication. As Chief Innovation Officer, she is responsible for actualizing PLOS’ strategy in open science to maximize the influence, impact, and dissemination of research globally. With more than 25 years of experience in scholarly publishing, Louise has held leadership positions in editorial, technology, business development, and strategy at Stanford University’s HighWire Press, John Wiley & Sons, and Oxford University Press.