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NASIG will be an online conference, June 9-11. It will be free, but registration will be required. Registration closes 5 June. Please see our Code of Conduct.

Times listed below are Eastern Daylight Time (GMT-4). The sessions listed at 5 PM on 11 June will be prerecorded and will be available when the conference begins. Please tweet about this session using the hashtag #NASIG2020.


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Thursday, June 11 • 5:00pm - 5:45pm
Read & Publish – What It Takes to Implement a Seamless Model?

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“Read & Publish” agreements continue to gain global attention. What’s rarely discussed when these new access and article processing models are introduced is the paperwork, back-end technology and overall management required to implement the new program that works for all involved. This panel, comprised of a librarian, publisher, and researcher, will focus on the complexities of developing, implementing and using the infrastructures of different Read & Publish models and the challenges of developing a seamless experience for everyone.
From article submission to publication to final reporting, the panel will discuss the “hidden” impact that new workflows will have on stakeholders in scholarly communications. Time will be allotted for Q&A and attendee participation is encouraged.

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avatar for Adam Chesler

Adam Chesler

Director, Global Sales, AIP Publishing
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Sara Rotjan

Assistant Marketing Director, AIP Publishing
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Andre Anders

Director, Leibniz Institute of Surface Engineering (IOM) Editor in Chief of Journal of Applied Physics Professor of Applied Physics, Leipzig University, Leipzig University
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Keith Webster

Dean of Libraries and Director of Emerging and Integrative Media Initiatives, Carnegie Mellon University
Keith Webster was appointed Dean of University Libraries at Carnegie Mellon in July 2013 and to the additional role of Director of Emerging and Integrative Media Initiatives two years later. He is a Professor in the University’s Heinz College of Information Systems and Policy. Keith... Read More →


Thursday June 11, 2020 5:00pm - 5:45pm EDT
Prerecorded