[IRTalk] Impact of Open Access Monographs (ASSAf Webinar - Open Access Week)
Ina at assaf.org.za
Wed Oct 16 07:45:40 SAST 2019
25 October 2019, 09:00-10:00 SAST
Webinar: Getting the Best out of Data for Open Access Monograph Presses
This webinar will discuss the importance of ensuring that open access scholarly books are visible and easily discoverable on the net and outline steps that can be taken by publishers to maximise visibility. The presenter will also briefly explore the challenges of collecting data about how, where and why open access books are used and provide examples of community-led efforts to support publishers in making the most of data associated with digital books.
Presenter: Mr Alkim Ozaygen, Research Associate: School of Media, Creative Arts and Social Inquiry, Faculty of Humanities, Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia
Register: https://forms.gle/gDD1hMBmVWmJWNxT6 (free)
Venue: Virtual (information to be shared on registration)
Enquiries: mmaphuthi at assaf.org.za<mailto:mmaphuthi at assaf.org.za> or desre at assaf.org.za<mailto:desre at assaf.org.za>
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