Panel 6 | Books

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Panel 6 | Books

Panel 6 | Books

Chair: Eelco Ferwerda (OAPEN).

Panel 6 | Books

Lecture length: 01:16:26
Uploaded: 11/05/2018

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Eelco Ferwerda, OAPEN. See slides here. 

Helen Snaith is a Senior Policy Advisor at Research England, one of the nine councils within UK Research and Innovation. She is currently developing open access policy for books and book chapters for UKRI-funded projects, and for outputs returned to the national Research Excellence Framework (REF) exercise after next (due to take place in 2027/28). She sits on the UKRI OA Working Group and the UK HE Funding Bodies REF OA working group. Helen also provides the secretariat support for the UUK OA monographs working group.

Jeroen Sondervan is Project Leader Open Access as part of the Open Science Programme at Utrecht University. He has over 12 years of experience working in scholarly publishing. He has been a commissioning editor for Amsterdam University Press from 2007 until 2016. For over 10 years he has been working on open access journals and books, specifically in the fields of film and media studies. He is a member of the Knowledge Exchange Open Access Group, the Dutch library consortium OA working group, and editor of the Dutch platform openaccess.nl. On a voluntary base he works on Open Access in Media Studies and the recently launched preprint server MediArXiv.

Tobias Philipp is Scientific Officer at the Swiss National Science Foundation. He is coordinating the implementation of the SNSF’s open access policy and involved in other tasks concerning SNSF’s strategy. In this function he represents the SNSF in Science Europe’s Working Group on Open Access. He received his PhD in Sociology, looking into the social networks of science and questions of interdisciplinarity.