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2020-11-02 | virtual event
The workshops and panels at the conference will address the following issues:
- What are researchers' needs and visions regarding research infrastructures, services and policies?
- What role can Open Infrastructures play in supporting the shift towards openness and in offering the services and tools the community really needs?
- What are the challenges preventing social sciences and humanities researchers from adopting openness as default scholarly communication practice?
- What is needed for Open Science policies and frameworks such as Plan S and EOSC to be adopted by social sciences and humanities communities?
- What’s the future for books, and what about sustainable business models in publishing?
The 2nd OPERAS Annual Conference “Opening up Social Sciences and Humanities in Europe: from Promises to Reality” will outline the current situation of scholarly communication in the social sciences and humanities (SSH) in Europe and how it can adopt widely openness as a normal practice.
The conference will address the following issues:
- What are the challenges preventing SSH researchers to adopt openness as a normal scholarly communication practice?
- How OPERAS community can help?
- How open science policies and frameworks such as Plan S and EOSC could be adopted by SSH communities?
- How to increase the impact of SSH research on societies?