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Navigating Uncertainty; Targeting Sustainability
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Wednesday, November 16 • 8:30am - 9:50am
144: How do we make open access sustainable for scientific publishing? / 144: Comment rendre le libre accès durable pour l’édition scientifique?

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How do we make open access sustainable for scientific publishing?
Comment rendre le libre accès durable pour l’édition scientifique?

Panel Organized by: Canadian Science Publishing

With the demand for an all-in transition to open access imminent, publishers are at an inflection point. The sustainability of new and untested publishing models poses uncertainties for publishers and may raise unintentional financial burdens to researchers, reinforcing systemic inequalities and global inequities. How does Canada make open access a sustainable way forward for discovery and dissemination of scholarly communications? This panel is a solutions-focused and audience-driven discussion to propose realistic next steps for Canada’s science stakeholders to develop and test frameworks that support a sustainable shift to open access.

À un moment où l’exigence d’une transition complète vers le libre accès est imminente, les éditeurs se trouvent à un tournant. La viabilité de nouveaux modèles d’édition non testés pose des incertitudes pour les éditeurs et peut faire peser un fardeau financier involontaire sur les chercheurs, renforçant ainsi les inégalités systémiques et mondiales. Comment le Canada peut-il faire du libre accès une solution durable pour le repérage et la diffusion des communications savantes? Ce panel est une discussion axée sur les solutions et alimentée par l’auditoire afin de proposer des mesures réalistes pour que les intervenants scientifiques du Canada élaborent et testent des cadres qui appuient un passage durable au libre accès.

Moderators
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Michael Donaldson

Director, Strategic Initiatives, Canadian Science Publishing, Ottawa
Dr. Michael Donaldson is the Director, Strategic Initiatives of Canadian Science Publishing (CSP) a not-for-profit scholarly publisher of 22 hybrid and open access science journals, based in Ottawa. The transition to open access is a key priority for CSP and Michael is involved with... Read More →

Speakers
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Dr. Stefanie Haustein

Associate Professor, School of Information Studies, University of Ottawa | Co-director, Scholarly Communications Lab
Dr. Stefanie Haustein is an associate professor at the School of Information Studies (ÉSIS) at the University of Ottawa. Stefanie co-directs the Scholarly Communications Lab (ScholCommLab), an interdisciplinary team of researchers based in Ottawa and Vancouver. Her research focuses... Read More →
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Adrian T. Stanley

General Manager - JMIR Publications
Adrian Stanley is the General Manager for JMIR Publications, one of the first true pure open access publishers and disruptive open science innovator, who publish over 30 leading digital health related titles. Prior to this he was Manager Director, Publishers at Digital Science, and... Read More →
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Clare Appavoo

Executive Director, Canadian Research Knowledge Network (CRKN), Canadian Research Knowledge Network (CRKN)
Since December 2012, Clare Appavoo has been the Executive Director of the Canadian Research Knowledge Network (CRKN) which advances interconnected, sustainable access to the world's research and to Canada's documentary heritage content. As an innovative leader, Clare ensures that... Read More →
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Sapna Mahajan

Director of Genomics in Society, Genome Canada
Sapna Mahajan is the Director of Genomics in Society at Genome Canada, providing strategic leadership to help bring genomics solutions to key societal and economic challenges. Sapna has more than 15 years of national and international experience in the health field, including her... Read More →


Wednesday November 16, 2022 8:30am - 9:50am EST
Westin Ottawa Hotel - Ontario