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NISO Plus 2021 is going to be a global virtual event, happening literally around the world February 22-25, 2021. Building on the wonderful response to NISO Plus 2020, we’re bringing the same quality of content and conversation to this born-digital event, with dozens of amazing speakers and keynotes from across the globe. Scheduled to maximize attendance from as many timezones as possible, there will be things for you to see and do around the clock if you wish...or, pick and choose to make the experience perfect for your interests.

Tuesday, February 23 • 11:00am - 12:15pm
Innovative forms of scholarly publishing

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Digitalization is enabling the creation of all sorts of new and innvoative forms of scholarly publishing. In this
session, experts from three very different publishing organizations will share examples and discuss what they think the future holds.

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Robert Boissy

Director of Account Development, Springer Nature
I have had various roles in scholarly publishing since 2003, and fifteen years as a subscription agent before that. I have library degrees from the University at Albany and Syracuse University. I like to talk about cooperative marketing projects between libraries and publishers, NISO... Read More →

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Kath Burton

Portfolio Development Director (Humanities), Routledge, Taylor & Francis
I have held a number of scholarly communication roles from managing editor to director, squarely situated within the humanities and social sciences over the past 15 years at Routledge, Taylor & Francis. I am co-convener of the Publishing and Publicly Engaged Humanities group. I am... Read More →
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Stephanie Dawson

CEO, ScienceOpen
Content in context is our goal at ScienceOpen. We provide publishing and metadata services embedded within an interactive discovery environment with a focus on preprints, open peer review, and community curation.
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Sara Jo Cohen

Senior Acquiring Editor, University of Michigan Press
I am Senior Acquiring Editor for American studies, media studies, and music studies at University of Michigan Press.   I interested in open access publishing, digital publishing, and pushing the boundaries of what "counts" as scholarship.   I've been at Michigan for two years now... Read More →

Tuesday February 23, 2021 11:00am - 12:15pm EST
Room 3
  Global Perspectives
  • Host Organization NISO