The spring/summer conference season is about to kick into high gear, and we’re here to help you plan your travel. We’ll be busy at both the Society for Scholarly Publishing and Association of American University Presses conferences in May and June, and we’d love to connect with you to talk about Editoria.
Society for Scholarly Publishing, Boston, MA, May 31st-June 2nd
Erich van Rijn will be participating in several session at this year’s SSP meeting in Boston between May 31st and June 2nd, and is also available for individual appointments to talk about Editoria. Come find us at the following sessions:
Open Source Tools for Scholarly Publishing — This is a pre-meeting session, organized by Kristen Ratan of the Collaborative Knowledge Foundation, during which we’ll be talking about incorporating open source tools into scholarly publishing. We’ll explore how to build them and enhance adoption, and how tools like Editoria can improve scholarly publishing workflows.
Open for Discovery? Open Access Monographs in Scholarly Research Workflows — Erich van Rijn will be moderating a panel on discoverability of open access monographs. The panel will include presentations from Jennifer Kemp of Crossref, Frank Smith of JSTOR, and Wendy Queen of ProjectMUSE.
Preview Session: New and Noteworth Product Presentations — We’ll be doing a five-minute pitch on Editoria alongside a number of other cool new tools during this session. Please come check this session out. From what I’ve seen, there should be a number of great presentations in addition to our own.
If you’d like to set up a time to talk outside of these sessions, please get in touch.
Association of American University Presses, Austin, TX, June 12th-13th
Interest Group Meeting — I’m organizing a breakfast session at this year’s AAUP, which will happen on June 12th. Please use this form to get in touch or tweet me (@erichvanrijn) if you’re interested in attending. I’ll be giving a brief overview of the software, answering your questions, and discussing how we can create a community of Editoria adopters, developers, and partners.
Individual Meetings — If you’d like to schedule an individual meeting to discuss Editoria, please use the following form to request a meeting, and we’ll be in touch. I’d be more than happy to get together with anyone who’s interested in a deeper dive.
We look forward to seeing you this spring!