Some highlights from the PKP 2019 International Scholarly Publishing Conference
Keywords:PKP Conference, Public Knowledge Project, Open Journal Systems, OJS
This an overview of the PKP 2019 International Scholarly Publishing Conference that took place at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (Spain) on November 20–22, 2019.
Appleby, J. W., Hatherill, J., Kosavic, A., & Meijer-Kline, K. (2018). What's in a Name? Exploring Identity in the Field of Library Journal Publishing. In Journal of Librarianship & Scholarly Communication, 6, 1–25. https://doi.org/10.7710/2162-3309.2209
cOAlition S (2019) Guidance on the Implementation of Plan S. https://www.coalition-s.org/addendum-to-the-coalition-s-guidance-on-the-implementation-of-plan-s/principles-and-implementation/
Crossref/OJS 3.1.2+ Manual. https://docs.pkp.sfu.ca/crossref-ojs-manual/en/
Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science (2018). Denmark’s National Strategy for Open Access. https://ufm.dk/en/research-and-innovation/cooperation-between-research-and-innovation/open-access/Publications/denmarks-national-strategy-for-open-access/denmarks-national-strategy-for-open-access
Educopia Institute (2019). Next Generation Library Publishing. https://educopia.org/next-generation-library-publishing/
Frantsvåg, J. E. & T. E. Strømme (2019). Few Open Access Journals Are Compliant with Plan S. In Publications, Volum 7 (2). https://doi.org/10.3390/publications7020026.
Jobmann, A. (2019). Subscribe to Open - A model for the open access-transformation of journals. https://oa2020-de.org/en/blog/2019/05/27/S2O_OAtransformation_journals/
National Research Council (2003). Sharing Publication-Related Data and Materials: Responsibilities of Authorship in the Life Sciences. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/10613.
ORCID (2019). Better Together: OJS. https://vimeo.com/363060091
PKP Scholarly Publishing Conference 2019. (Conference materials) https://conference.pkp.sfu.ca/index.php/pkp2019/pkp2019
PKP Theming Guide. https://docs.pkp.sfu.ca/pkp-theming-guide/en/
Shen, C. & B. Björk (2015). ‘Predatory’ open access: a longitudinal study of article volumes and market characteristics. In BMC Medicine 13, 230. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12916-015-0469-2
Smecher, A. (2019). Introducing the New OJS-ORCID plugin. https://orcid.org/blog/2019/03/12/introducing-new-ojs-orcid-plugin.
Wise, A. & L. Estelle (2019). “How Libraries Can Support Society Publishers to Accelerate Their Transition to Full and Immediate OA and Plan S”. In Insights 32 (1): 23. http://doi.org/10.1629/uksg.477
Wright, N. & S. Ouch (2019). What Goes into an OJS 3 Journal's Identity? (Workshop materials). https://ojs3-theming.netlify.com/
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