The 2023 online conference will encourage participants to consider how we might all work towards truly equitable and inclusive open scholarship practices as well as address many timely and fundamental topics relating to open scholarly communication. The conference will once again be held online to ensure wide participation and the opportunity to welcome as many participants as possible for collective reflection and discussion.
Proposals should not be promotional in nature. We ask that panels are diverse in terms of ethnicity and gender, and to ensure speakers include members of any communities under discussion.
We particularly welcome submissions from beyond North America and Europe. Please share this call widely within your networks.
Our usual call for lightning talk poster proposals will follow in the coming months. These are short talks showcasing new projects, ideas or initiatives accompanied by a poster.
We look forward to receiving your suggestions!
Sara Bosshart (Royal Society of Chemistry)
Andrea Chiarelli (Research Consulting)
Kazuhiro Hayashi (National Institute of Science and Technology Policy - NISTEP)
Haseeb Md Irfanullah (Independent Consultant)
Alex Mendonça (SciELO)
Catherine Mitchell (California Digital Library)
Tshiamo Motshegwa (African Open Science Platform (AOSP), NRF)
Lucy Oates (Oxford University Press)
Jadranka Stojanovski (University of Zadar and Ruđer Bošković Institute)
Elaine Tham (PLOS)