Two novices' impressions from the PKP Sprint in Helsinki, 15th–16th of June 2022
Keywords:Public Knowledge Project, PKP, PKP Sprint, Open Journal Systems, OJS, Open Monograph Press, OMP, academic publishing, open access, open science
The present paper is a brief overview of our impressions of the PKP Sprint in Helsinki, 15th–16th of June 2022. Main focus will be on the groups where we were present. We hope the paper can be of use for those who have not yet attended a PKP sprint, and maybe an encouragement to sign up when there is a chance.
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