Great presentations so far, everyone!
Here are links to some presentations:
Adedoyin Adenuga Functions of Scholarly Journals
Florian Ehrensperger Reading the Electronic Book
Part One: Potential Benefits of Libraries Embracing the Role of Publishers, Project Euclid, and MPublishing
Part Two: Bodleian Library Publishing, Open Access Journal Publishing Resource Index, Future of Library Publishing
Leah Hopton Open Monograph Press
Mayu Ishida & QinQin Zhangs Research Data Management for Academic Libraries
Andre Iwanchuk Open access and engineering
Danielle LaFrance Precarious Labour: Authorship, Authenticity, and Digital Reproduction
Schulyer Lindberg The Effectiveness of Open Access Institutional Mandates
Dana Logalbo-Baij Digitization of Historical Materials
Erol Olcay Financial barriers and solutions
We have a request for links to the other presentations – which I would like to second! I hope many of the presenters to date will give some serious thought to submitting proposals for conference presentations! If this is of interest, of course please make your presentation available through your OJS journal, and also consider sending me a link – or the presentation to upload – to share through this blog.
Online presentation option: anyone else wishing to pursue this option, please let me know for planning purposes. One option for technology is the free tool Screenr which Ashley used (note you’ll need a microphone for the sound). Another possibility for a powerpoint is to use the notes portion of your powerpoint for text. Then print your powerpoint as a PDF, as notes pages – this gives you a PDF with the powerpoint slide at the top and text notes at the bottom.