Conferência da Associação de Editores Acadêmicos em Acesso Aberto será em setembro


Representando a comunidade de editores acadêmicos e organizações relacionadas, a Associação de Editores Acadêmicos em Acesso Aberto (Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association – OASPA) trabalha para apoiar a transição para um mundo em que o acesso aberto se torne o modelo predominante de publicação para publicações acadêmicas.

A Associação está comprometida com a missão de desenvolver e disseminar soluções de publicação que promovam o acesso aberto, preservem a integridade da academia e promovam as melhores práticas. O objetivo é garantir um mercado de acesso aberto diversificado, vibrante e saudável que oferece suporte a uma ampla variedade de soluções inovadoras e modelos de negócios.

Todos os os membros passam por um rigoroso procedimento de revisão inicial e devem, então, continuar a exemplificar altos padrões para permanecerem parte da OASPA. Ter esse processo de avaliação central garante que representem apenas organizações que compartilham a dedicação em manter as melhores práticas de publicação OA globalmente.

De 21 a 24 de setembro de 2020 será realizada a OASPA Conference 2020 (online) com o tema Open Access at a Time of Global Challenge. programa preliminar já está disponível.

Informações sobre conferências anteriores da OASPA podem ser encontradas nos seguintes links:

== Confira a Programação 2020 ==

Monday 21 Sept. 2020 – Multilingualism Pre-Conference Satellite Workshop – a separate event.

Tuesday 22 – Thursday 24 September 2020


  • Claire Redhead, Executive Director, OASPA
  • Jennifer Gibson, Head of Open Research Communication, eLife / Chair of the OASPA 2020 Program Committee

Opening Discussion: 
Open access at a time of global challenge: How has the world changed?

  • Juliette Mutheu, African Academy of Sciences, Kenya
  • Erin O’Shea, President of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, USA
  • Cesar Victora, Federal University of Pelotas, Brazil

Moderator: Catriona MacCallum, Hindawi, UK


  • Anurag Acharya, Co-founder of Google Scholar, USA

Introduced by Abel Packer, SciELO, Brazil

  • Professor Wei Yang, Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and former Director of the National Natural Science Foundation of China

Introduced by Shuai Yan, Independent Consultant, China


Open infrastructure: What forms of community-owned and open-source systems are important and why? 

  • Kaitlin Thaney Invest in Open Infrastructure, USA
  • Dasapta Erwin Irawan Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB), Indonesia
  • Devika Madalli Indian Statistical Institute/Research Data Alliance,  India
  • Arley Soto Biteca, Colombia

Chair: Juan Pablo Alperin, ScholCommLab/Public Knowledge Project, Canada

Funding and business mechanisms for equitable open access

  • Vivian Berghahn Berghahn Books, UK
  • Sharla Lair LYRASIS, USA
  • Samuel A. Moore Coventry University, UK
  • Alexia Hudson-Ward Oberlin College and Conservatory, USA

Chair: Charles Watkinson,  University of Michigan, USA

Pricing and cost transparency: Is it time to unbundle the “end to end” publication process?

  • Johan Rooryck Plan S and Leiden University, The Netherlands
  • Kathleen Shearer COAR, Canada
  • Lucy Barnes Open Book Publishers / University of Cambridge, UK
  • Jasmin Lange Brill, The Netherlands

Chair: Emma Wilson, Royal Society of Chemistry, UK 

Small and scholar-led publishers: What lessons can they teach us?

  • Ritsuko Nakajima, Japan Science and Technology Agency, Japan
  • Elisabeth Adriana Dudziak, USP Journal Portal, Brazil
  • Pierre Mounier, OPERAS, France 
  • Salmina Mokgehle, Agricultural Research Council (ARC), South Africa

Chair: Salmina Mokgehle, Agricultural Research Council (ARC), South Africa

Researchers, open science and open access behaviours – what changed in 2020?

  • Thirumalachari Ramasami Former Indian Science and Technology Secretary, India
  • James Wilsdon RORI, UK
  • Pan Yang Chinese Medical Association’s Publishing House, China
  • Hélène Draux Digital Science, UK

Chair: Catriona MacCallum, Hindawi, UK

The future of open research communication: Where are we headed and how could we prepare?

  • Alex Mendonça  SciELO, Brazil
  • Elena Giglia University of Turin, Italy
  • Kristen Ratan Stratos (Strategies for Open Science), USA

Chair: Xenia van Edig, Technische Informationsbibliothek, TIB


Poster Lightning Talks 

Chair: Jennifer Gibson, eLife, UK

  • Open Science—for and with communities, and beyond open access
    Budd Hall, University of Victoria, Canada and Leslie Chan, University of Toronto, Canada
  • Helsinki Initiative on Multilingualism in Scholarly Communication
    Janne Pölönen, Federation of Finnish Learned Societies, Finland
  • Has the COVID-19 pandemic changed the way we publish research?
    Sarah Greaves, Hindawi, UK
  • Transitioning journals to open access via stakeholder-governed infrastructures
    Jeroen Sondervan, Utrecht University, The Netherlands and Sofie Wennström, National Library of Sweden
  • Research data and the academic reward system
    Erica Morissette, ScholCommLab and University of Ottawa / Meaningful Data Counts, Canada
  • The impact of COVID-19 on data sharing and the future of FAIR
    Alan Hyndman, Figshare, UK
  • The Microbiology Society on Transformative agreements
    Tasha Mellins-Cohen, The Microbiology Society, UK
  • Make Data Count: why publishers need to be citing data
    Rachael Lammey, Crossref, UK
  • Review Commons: a journal-independent peer review platform
    Sara Monaco, EMBO and ASAPBio, USA
  • Sustainable Open Access: Scholar-led, Non-APC and (Biblio-)diverse
    Marcel Wrzesinski, Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (HIIG), Germany
  • Global grant IDs in Europe PMC
    Christine Ferguson, EMBL-EBI, UK
  • OAPEN Open Access Books Toolkit
    Christina Emery, Springer Nature, UK
  • Linking Publications to Institutions Using Open ROR IDs
    Maria Gould The Research Organization Registry (ROR), USA
  • As-you-go instead of after-the-fact: Free, open, and modular research communication
    Chris Hartgerink, Liberate Science, Germany
  • preLights – a community platform for preprint highlights
    Mate Palfy, The Company of Biologists, UK
  • Creative Commons NC Licenses – Open or Not so Open Access?
    Vincent W.J. van Gerven Oei, punctum books
  • Interactive dashboard of the OA Journal Landscape
    Maurits van der Graaf, Pleiade Management and Consultancy, The Netherlands
  • CoVis – a new tool to discover reliable COVID-19 research
    Peter Kraker, Open Knowledge Maps, Austria
  • Towards Open Physics
    Daniel Keirs, IOP Publishing, UK
  • Introducing the Initiative for Open Abstracts
    Speaker TBC, Initiative for Open Abstracts (I4OA)

Closing Remarks

Jennifer Gibson, eLife, UK / Chair of OASPA 2020 Conference Committee

2020 OASPA Conference Committee

Jennifer Gibson (eLife) – Chair
Xenia van Edig (Technische Informationsbibliothek, TIB)
Catriona MacCallum (Hindawi)
Emma Wilson (Royal Society of Chemistry)
Juan Pablo Alperin (ScholCommLab/Public Knowledge Project)
Abel Packer (SciELO)
Shuai Yan  (Independent Consultant, China)
Charles Watkinson (University of Michigan)

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