To mark the end of the Journal Observatory project and to launch the project's results, we organized an online community event on April 25, 2023. During the event, we presented our work, including a live demo of the Journal Observatory Browser to show how the tool can support users in efficiently finding answers to questions like: what journals in my field (e.g. sustainability research) provide options for Diamond Open Access publishing? How do the preprinting policies of two journals compare? What journals in my field adhere to Open Peer Review, in the sense of publishing review reports?
The program and recording of the event can be found below.
|15:00||Welcome & introduction|
|15:05||Project presentation: Overview of Journal Observatory prototype and framework|
|15:50||Keynote presentation: Lucy Ofiesh (Director of Finance & Operations at Crossref)
How can the Principles for Open Scholarly Infrastructure inform how we develop sustainable open and interoperable infrastructure?
POSI was developed as a community resource to help guide organizations at various points in their lifecycle. We'll discuss how these principles can support the resilience and sustainability of open infrastructure that serves the scholarly communications ecosystem.
- Johan Rooryck (Executive Director of cOAlition S)
- Catriona MacCallum (Director of Open Science at Hindawi Publishing)
- Gabe Stein (Head of Operations and Product at the Knowledge Futures Group)