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Thursday, January 28 • 12:30 - 13:00
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How might we identify what gets captured and what remains uncaptured and why is that important to humanities scholars worldwide? How can we make better use of open research infrastructures to focus on all parts of the research and publishing process and ensure these are recognised, linked and discoverable; just as with traditional research products?

Join public humanities scholars and publishers to workshop how to better define the open publication pathway and assign the right PIDs for engaged scholars in the humanities.

Session prep - update 26 Jan
We'll be annotating this during our session - feel free to dig in before Thursday's session! And asking these questions:
  • How might we indicate how publicly engaged scholarship aligns with OR practices?
  • What do publishing structures need to do support public humanities publication aspirations?

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Matthew Buys

Executive Director, DataCite

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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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Matthew Cannon

Head of Open Research, Taylor & Francis Group
Hi everyone. I'm the Head of Open Research for Taylor & Francis journals based in the UK. I am really interested in increasing reproducibility and transparency of research. PIDs are a really important way of increasing transparency through linking of all kinds of research stakeholders... Read More →
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Daniel Fisher

HUC-JIR/Cincinnati and National Humanties Alliance

Thursday January 28, 2021 12:30 - 13:00 UTC
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