Programme

Here is a summary of what will be happening during the event:

  • Each paper is presented as a set of 8 – 12 tweets, prepared by the authors and sent to the host in advance.
  • The tweets will be shared from the conference account, @ELPUB_conf.
  • All tweets will be shared by the host in the time which is scheduled in the programme.
  • Make sure to adjust your time zone – the programme Is arranged according to the BST time zone – this is the time zone of London and Dublin.
  • The keynotes are pre-recorded and the links to them will be shared on Twitter.
  • The presenters will be online and available to answer any questions and engage with comments. They can also share more content using their personal Twitter accounts.

Time on 21.04.20

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Author(s), country

Title

Relevant Twitter handlers

Session 1. Global Perspectives on the Past and Future of Publishing and Digital Scholarship

7.25 BST

 

Welcome: Milena Dobreva and Jadranka Stojanovski

 

7.30 BST

 

KEYNOTE: Paul Uhlmann (Australia)

Artists’ Books as Material Objects of Resistance
in The Digital Age

@uhlmann_paul

8.30 BST

 

Katie Wilson, Lucy Montgomery, Cameron Neylon, Richard Hosking, Chun-Kai (Karl) Huang, Anthony Kiuna, Richard Lamptey, Alkim Ozaygen and Susan Veldsman
(Australia, Ghana, Rwanda, South Africa)

Open access and research dissemination in Africa

@wilsk16

8.55 BST

 

Paul Arthur and Lydia Hearn (Australia)

Open Digital Scholarship in the Humanities: A Review of Needs, Barriers and Opportunities

@pwlarthur

9.20 BST

 

Alkim Ozaygen, Lucy Montgomery, Cameron Neylon, Richard Hosking, Chun-Kai Karl Huang and Katie Wilson (Australia)

How Can We Use Social Media Data Related to OA Monographs

@Ozaygena

@wilsk16

9.45 BST

 

COFFEE BREAK:  chat

Session 2. Sustainable Futures

10.00 BST

 

KEYNOTE: Vanessa Proudman (SPARC Europe, UK)
Making open the default: Sustainability of Open Science infrastructures

 

11.00 BST

 

Manfredi La Manna (UK)
How to achieve short-term green open access and long-term radical reform of scholarly communication.  The BitViews Project as a test case.

@manfredi_la

 

11.25 BST

 

Milica Ševkušić, Biljana Kosanović and Pero Šipka (Serbia)
Serbian Citation Index: The sustainability of a business model based on partnership between a non-profit web publisher and journal owner

@lessormore4

11.50 BST

 

Emmanuelle Chevry Pebayle and Hélène Hoblingre (France)

Personal data protection: are the GDPR objectives achieved amongst information and communication students?

@chevry2

12:15 BST

 

COFFEE BREAK: Open Edition and chat

Session 3. Digitisation and Datafication of Collections

12.30 BST

 

Zsuzsanna Varga (UK)

Rethinking the Digital Divide: New Developments in East Central Europe

@zzvarga

 

12.55 BST

 

Ivan Kratchanov (Bulgaria)

Sustainable development of the practices of digitization in National Library “Ivan Vazov” – Plovdiv

@ivankra

 

13.20 BST

 

Marinela Covaci (Romania)

Publishing digital resources

@covaci_mari

13.45 BST

 

Tatiana Anikeeva and Ilya Zaytsev (Russia)

“Manuscripta Islamica Rossica” – a new electronic resource of Arabic, Persian and Turkic manuscripts from the collections of Russian repositories and libraries

@AnikeevaTatiana

14.10 BST

 

COFFEE BREAK: plans for the 25th edition in Croatia

Session 4. Rethinking the Basics

14.30 BST

 

Nebojsa Lujanovic (Croatia)

Whom we should blame for bad e-book? (sociological perspective of evaluation, selection and reception of e-book)

@nlujanovic

 

14.55 BST

 

Zdenko Jecić and Natasa Jermen (Croatia)

Towards a New Concept of Open Access Online Encyclopaedia: A Case Study from Croatia

@ZJecic

@JermenNatasa

15.20 BST

 

Tibor Koltay (Hungary)
Some non-technical issues of self-publishing

@ktiborH

15.45 BST

 

Iva Melinščak Zlodi (Croatia)

Towards a typology of edited books and conference proceedings according to the applied peer-review procedures

@ivamz13

16:10 BST

 

COFFEE BREAK: Digital scholarship in the lockdown time?

Session 5. Networks, Social Media, Semantics

16.30 BST

 

Marina Bantiou and Arsenios Paxinos (Greece)

The Role and Utilization of International Academic Social Networks in Digital Publishing

@MarinaBantiou

 

16.55 BST

 

Maha Alsarraj (Qatar)

The use of Twitter in promoting digital libraries: a case study of QDL

@maha_alsarraj

 

17.20 BST

 

Martina Petrinović (Croatia)

Scholar reaching the audience – a perspective of a civil society sector publisher in the humanities

@MartinaPetrino2

 

17.45 BST

 

Owen Sacco, Georgios Yannakakis (Malta)
Towards Semantic Digital Games for Semantic Digital Libraries

@owensacco

18.10 BST

 

COFFEE BREAK: plans for the 25th edition in Croatia

18:30 BST

 

KEYNOTE: Alwaleed Alkhaja (Qatar) 
OA in an oasis (revisited): The Growth of Open Access in the Arab World

@alwaleeed

19.30 BST

 

COFFEE BREAK: plans for the 25th edition in Croatia

Session 6. The DO’s and DON’Ts of Digital Publishing

20.00 BST

 

Maíra Woloszyn, Berenice Santos Gonçalves and Rosângela Schwarz Rodrigues (Brazil)
Analysis of typography in papers from open access Brazilian scientific journal

@mairawoloszyn

20.25 BST

 

Andreiwid Sheffer Correa and Israel Fernandes (Brazil)

Open science-based framework to reveal open data publishing: an experience from using Common Crawl

@andreiwid

20.50 BST

 

CLOSING KEYNOTE: Kevin Jaques (USA)

Reconstructing “Lost” Early Islamic Texts: the Earliest Versions of Ibn Isḥāq’s Sīrah

@rkjaques

21.50

 

Closing

 

 

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