Publishing open access in 2024


Jan 11, 2024 09:00 PM in Beijing, Shanghai Switch Time Zone
Dr. Clark Holdsworth

Senior Manager, Communications & Partnerships (LetPub)

Dr. Holdsworth oversees communications projects and partnerships at LetPub. LetPub has thousands of interactions with authors and journals annually. Dr. Holdsworth and the Learning Nexus Team filter these experiences into an intuitive and effective educational experience for authors and journal editors.

To start 2024, we’re giving a modern rundown of the current state of open access publishing. This is an update to our popular webinars on open access, with all the pertinent updates globally from 2023. Dr. Clark Holdsworth will provide a free lecture on this topic at 8 AM EST (9 PM GMT+8) Thursday January 11!

During our session, Publishing open access in 2024, we'll consider the manner in which open access is implemented, emerging trends, and the various platforms for you to participate in open science while meeting university and career expectations.

This interactive forum is made possible via the following features:

• An extensive Q&A session where you can have all your specific problems addressed, in detail
• A chat function to interact directly with our presenter!
• An upvote feature so that the most popular concerns are addressed early on

For added value, the entire session will be recorded and made available on-demand for later viewing!

A certificate of completion will be provided after the session.

Join this webinar at 8 AM EST Thursday, January 11.
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