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[BOAI] PKP 2013 is only one month away!

From: Karen Meijer-Kline <kmeijerk AT sfu.ca>
Date: Wed, 17 Jul 2013 09:53:28 -0700 (PDT)




*Apologies for cross-posting* 



The PKP Scholarly Publishing Conference in Mexico City is only one month away 
(August 19-21)! 

Register online now. 

PKP 2013 features an impressive schedule with an international array of OA 
speakers and advocacy groups. There will be presentations from around the 
world, including: Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, Denmark, 
Germany, Mexico, Norway, Peru, Puerto Rico, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, 
United States, Venezuela, and Zimbabwe. 

Program highlights include: 

Keynotes by John Willinsky (PKP/Stanford University), Ana María Cetto (UNAM), 
Heather Joseph (SPARC), Dominique Babini (CLACSO), and Jean-Claude Guédon 
(Université de Montréal). 

Plenary panels with representatives from: OASPA, DOAJ, SPARC, IBICT (Brazil), 
and others. 

As well as representatives from: SciELO, RedALyC, SSRN, CERN, UNESCO, Springer, 
and many higher education institutions from around the world. 

In addition to the conference program, there will be a morning of 
pre-conference workshops and we will be holding an open session for all 
participants to Meet the PKP Team , on Monday August 19th. The Meet the PKP 
Team event will give a more informal opportunity to get to know some of the 
faces and people behind the Public Knowledge Project. 

A full list of the accepted presentations and a preliminary schedule are 
available online. Here you will also find information about accommodations, the 
venue, etc. For all information, go to http://pkp.sfu.ca/pkp2013 

Hope to see you in Mexico City! 


Best regards, 
The PKP 2013 conference team 



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