This course provides an extensive training opportunity for the staff from all areas of journals publishing. The course will provide the opportunity to learn the complex models of the scholarly publishing and the unique challenges of running a scholarly journal. Delegates will participate in discussion to develop open access and trade journals and explore some significant difficulties they usually face in journal publishing. These include a shortage of appropriately trained staff, uncertainties about pricing mechanisms, lack of adequate budgetary provision by universities for library purchases, and unrealistic expectations on the part of scholars that electronic information should be inexpensive.
Landscape of journal publishing; different business model of journal publishing; workflows and best practices; author charges; memberships; sponsorship; developing policies for authors, editors, reviewers, and readers; developing ethics policies; rights, permissions and licensing.
The course is designed for the journal publishing manager, publishing editors, publishers interested in developing journals or expanding an existing program.
Early Bird Registration
September 30, 2018
Last date for accommodation Request
January 01, 2019
Registration Deadline (Presenters)
January 07, 2019
Registration Deadline (Listener/Participants)
January 15, 2019
February 13-14, 2019
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