For a while now, the scholarly publishing community has been talking about Open Science and you may have heard about how the “open” concept helps nurture scientific development. But what does Open Science really mean and how is it relevant to you as an author? Also, what are some of the most important discussions around Open Science that you need to be aware of? What can you, as an author, do to make science more “open”? To seek answers to these questions and to learn why developments in Open Science matter to you, join our panel discussion on October 25, 2018, at 10 am EDT.Register for the panel discussion organized by Editage with knowledge partners Kudos, FOSTER, and EIFL to explore various aspects of Open Access—mandates, accessibility, platforms, and new formats.
Clarinda Cerejo -- Editor-in-Chief, Editage Insights; Associate Vice President, Scholarly Communications, Editage