In two days on 21 April UCL Qatar will be hosting on Twitter the 24th @ELPUB_Conf which will discuss The Futures(s) of Digital Publishing.
We have a great line up of invited talks across the spectrum of the relationship between the artists’ objects and the digital; open access; open science, and humanities in the digital age.
- Dr Paul Uhlmann (Edith Cowan University, Australia)
Artists’ Books as Material Objects of Resistance in The Digital Age
- Vanessa Proudman (SPARC Europe, The Netherlands)
Open Science and its infrastructure has never been more important
- Dr Alwaleed Alkhaja (Qatar National Library, Qatar)
OA in an oasis (revisited): The Growth of Open Access in the Arab World
- Prof. Kevin Jacques (Indiana University, USA)
Reconstructing “Lost” Early Islamic Texts: the Earliest Versions of Ibn Isḥāq’s Sīrah
Attending the conference is free of charge and the registration is on tiny,cc/elpub20 #openaccess proceedings collecting long, short and practitioner papers are already available here.