The Visoriai Information Technology Park, the Science Publishing Cluster together with The Association of Lithuanian Serials, Vilnius University, and the Martynas Mažvydas National Library of Lithuania are continuing the event cycle designed for the Lithuanian scientific publishing community and now invite participants to take part in new digital seminars focused on the most advanced breakthroughs in global scholarly publishing. These lectures and seminars will emphasize the need to foster cooperation between scientific institutions (publishing houses) and science and business for developing and applying the most recent scholarly publishing solutions in the public sector.
This event cycle began with the Open Access Scientific Publishing Conference 2019.
Two internet seminars will be held, during which we will take an advanced look at the technologies and law regulations associated with increasing the dissemination of published materials.
We held 1st seminar on September 25, 2020 on The Aspect of Copyrights in Developing Open Access. Recording of the seminar.
The participants of the seminar were welcomed by Prof. habil. Dr. Rūta Petrauskaitė (Vytautas Magnus University).
In part I, which was held in English, was given a presentation on Essential Information You Must Not Miss when Applying to DOAJ. Speakers: Directory of Open Access Journals Managing Editor Sonja Brage, and Operations Manager Dominic Mitchell.
Slides from the presentations:
Essential information you must include when applying to DOAJ – Lithuanian presentation.
Why DOAJ is Good for open access journals?
In part II, which was held in Lithuanian, was given a presentation on Legal Aspects of Open Access. Speaker: Assoc. dr. Marija Stonkienė, Vilnius University, Faculty of Communication.Slides from the presentation: Open access: from the planet Gutenberg to the Thuringian galaxy.
We schedule the second seminar for January 27, 2021 on The use of digital identifiers to strengthen the dissemination of scientific publications.
Expected speakers include Rachael Lammey, interim director of the Crossref community, and Gabriela Mejias, ORCID engagement manager.