The 8th Annual Publishing Conference will be held virtually. While the world changes around us, publishing doesn’t stop – and there is always something more to discover. For 8 years, the conference has evolved into a highly focused summit for publishing technologists, product specialists and senior publishing stakeholders.During these two days, you will unlock presentations to get the most actual insights on the current digital publishing challenges. And you will discover the excellent speakers with a vast knowledge of the publishing world. Grab your spot now!
The 2020 International Open Access Week – Taking action to build structural equity
The 2020 International Open Access Week will be held, on October 19-25, 2020, to encourage organisers to host discussions and take action around 2020’s theme whenever is most suitable during the year and to adapt the theme and activities to their local context. International Open Access Week is an important opportunity to catalyse new conversations, create connections across and between communities that can facilitate the co-design, and advance progress to build more equitable foundations for opening knowledge.
The conference will be held in October 6-8, 2020, through online. The conference as a satellite session will involve discussions on open science and publishing in a pandemic; minding the gap: advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion within academic publishing; and COVID-19: publishing in a pandemic. Session topics currently being discussed are: diversity and inclusion; impact of COVID-19 on the workplace; Research4Life and the sustainable development goals; and open science, research data, STM tech trends.
Event Date: October 6-8, 2020 and October 13, 2020
The iPRES 2020, 17th International Conference on Digital Preservation
The iPRES 2020, 17th International Conference on Digital Preservation, will be held in September 21-24, 2020, Beijing, China. The International Conference on Digital Preservation, or iPres Conference, is the premier conference series on digital preservation. Since 2004 there have been annual iPRES conferences around the globe to share their recent research, development projects, implementations, practical experiences, and to enhance collaborations within the field and across the related domains.
The webinar, on how to succeed with content marketing, will show how to succeed in content marketing and communication campaigns to increase brand awareness, develop author services, increase usage and submissions levels. All the tools needed to empower a wider audience to understand the latest research will be provided. The webinar will help create evidence-based digital stories that attract wider audiences to research and innovation.
Online at 07:30 PM - 8.15 PM IST (September 9), 08:30 PM - 9.15 PM IST (November 18, 2020)
Event Date: September 9, 2020 and November 18, 2020
The Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (ACM SIGKDD) will hold its flagship annual conference, KDD 2020, virtually from August 23-27. The KDD conference series, started in 1989, is the world’s oldest and largest data mining conference, and is the venue where concepts such as big data, data science, predictive analytics and crowdsourcing were first introduced. Continuing this tradition, KDD 2020 will showcase leading-edge research papers in data science, data mining, knowledge discovery, large-scale data analytics and big data.
Society for Scholarly Publishing’s (SSP) 2020 host city of Boston inspired the concept of “revolution” in this year’s theme, and to explore a broad range of interpretations of this concept as they apply to the community. How will we as scholarly communication professionals reimagine ourselves to respond to the changes happening across the industry? Subjects such as equity and inclusion, ethics, artificial intelligence, and open access mandates provide both opportunities and challenges for the community as a whole. How do we ensure the inclusion of different perspectives and experiences as we forge a future path? In the past decades, great shifts in revenue models, technology, and market changes have forced revolutions in our industry. Next spring in Boston, we will challenge ourselves to drive the change that we think is necessary to ensure that scholarly communication continues to thrive.
As the world's largest conference dedicated to Digital Asset Management, DAM New York is a unique environment to exchange knowledge, share experiences and build long-lasting professional networks. Join 100+ speakers across 70+ sessions covering Metadata, Integration, AI, Automation, Creative Operations, Corporate Archives, Video Workflow, Rights Management, Semantics, Governance and more. Over the past 18 years at this event, they have seen, discussed and explored everything DAM – all from the user’s perspective. Always striving to cover the latest thinking and new developments in the field, they announced a wide range of brand new content for DAM NY 2020.
The scholarly publishing industry is on the forefront to provide the research community with the best digital media and workflow tools to advance research and discovery. With these advances in new technology, the industry is also faced with new business challenges. STM’s two-day conference addresses the newest technology trends and the new challenges impacting the industry.
Building on the success of the former NFAIS annual conference, NISO Plus is a place where everyone in the information community — publishers, vendors, librarians, archivists, product managers, metadata specialists, electronic resource managers, and others — can come together to solve existing problems, and kickstart the conversations we need to have in order to prevent future problems from occurring.