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[InetBib] PKP Scholarly Publishing 2013 conference, CfP extended
- Date: Tue, 16 Apr 2013 09:30:52 +0200
- From: Katja Mruck <katja.mruck@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [InetBib] PKP Scholarly Publishing 2013 conference, CfP extended
vielleicht ist das Folgende fuer die eine oder den anderen von Interesse?
By popular demand, we have now extended the deadline for proposals to
The deadline for submission of proposals to the PKP Scholarly Publishing
2013 conference, taking place August 19-21 in Mexico City, Mexico, has
been extended to *May 6*. Please consider submitting a presentation
proposal, attending the event, and sharing this message with any
colleagues who you think might be interested in participating.
The conference will provide a unique opportunity for exchange on
innovative work in scholarly publishing, with a focus on the
contributions of open source technologies. We look forward to hosting
editors, publishers, librarians, researchers, developers, content
aggregators, and PKP’s growing user community from around the world.
Participation in the conference will be an exciting chance to share your
knowledge and experience with the larger scholarly publishing community.
Previous International PKP Scholarly Publishing conferences have brought
together a remarkable array of presentations and participants from
around the world. We anticipate an equally valuable experience in 2013.
We especially encourage proposals that address one or more of the
* Reports on institutional, national, and regional open access policies,
initiatives, and projects;
* Sustainability and alternative models for open access publishing;
* Quality, impact, and reach of Open Access publications;
* Open Access and higher education;
* Interoperability and information systems;
* New reading and publishing technologies.
Proposals should be submitted using the submission guidelines and form
available on our website; all proposals will be subject to peer-review
and you will be informed of a decision by May 15th.
The conference will also include technical workshops, as well as the PKP
AGM. A preliminary program is available on the conference website:
We would also like to note that there is an *“early bird” registration*
discount available until May 31, 2013.
More information, including the Call for Papers and Registration form,
is available on the conference website: http://pkp.sfu.ca/pkp2013
We very much hope to see you in Mexico!
PKP 2013 Conference Organizing Team
If you have any questions, please contact the PKP Conference Director,
Juan Pablo Alperin at pkp2013(at)alperin[dot]ca
Listeninformationen unter http://www.inetbib.de.