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Innovative forms of scholarly publishing

Abstract
NISO Discourse Discussion for this session
https://discourse.niso.org/t/innovative-forms-of-scholarly-publishing/83

Digitalization is enabling the creation of all sorts of new and innvoative forms of scholarly publishing. In this
session, experts from three very different publishing organizations will share examples and discuss what they think the future holds.

NISO Plus 2021

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Global

February 22-25, 2021

NISO Plus 2021 was our first virtual conference, held in February of 2021. A global undertaking, NISO Plus 2021 had over 800 participants from 26 countries come together to have a conversation about the state of the information ecosystem. Here you'll find both the presentations and discussions from that event.

Kath Burton

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Portfolio Development - Humanities - Routledge, Taylor & Francis

Can you help us tell a good PIDstory for the humanities?

Scholarly communications, including publication in books and journals, plays an important role in the career progression of scholars whereas making the essence of humanities scholarship clear to a public audience is often not considered as a significant factor in a scholar’s promotion. How can we harness the power of PIDs to capture and connect all of the good stuff that humanities researchers, practitioners, public partners and more do and often goes underserved and under-recognised in current structures and systems?

We're just starting out on our public humanities and publication journey - we're keen to know how we might make that more PIDdy - contact us for more or just to chat! https://www.nhalliance.org/publishing_and_the_publicly_engaged_humanities_working_group

Sara Jo Cohen

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Senior Acquiring Editor - University of Michigan Press

I am Senior Acquiring Editor for American studies, media studies, and music studies at University of Michigan Press.   I interested in open access publishing, digital publishing, and pushing the boundaries of what ""counts"" as scholarship.   I've been at Michigan for two years now and am particularly proud of my work on the first-ever peer-reviewed rap album, A.D. Carson's  i used to love to dream (DOI: 10.3998/mpub.11738372).  

Stephanie Dawson

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CEO - ScienceOpen

Content in context is our goal at ScienceOpen. We provide publishing and metadata services embedded within an interactive discovery environment with a focus on preprints, open peer review, and community curation.