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Affordable Access & Open Access Publishing


Unfortunately, we have to reschedule today's webinar due to medical reasons. 

We'll update you with the new date as soon as it's confirmed. If you have any questions or concerns, please get in touch. We apologize for any inconvenience. 

More and more content is being published openly, but we're still experiencing issues with accessing paywalled content such as archived material. Similarly, Open Access (OA) publishing can be an unaffordable route for unfunded researchers or researchers whose institutions haven't signed up for any OA agreements. In this webinar, we’ll be discussing current issues and solutions for researchers when it comes to accessing content and paying for OA publication.

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Event date June 09, 2022
Event duration 3-4 p.m. CEST
Event location Online
Event price Free

Publisher Relations & Business Development Manager at ChronosHub
Romy Beard

Romy is specialized in the academic online publishing industry, with a focus on publisher relations. And she’s one of our key experts in Open Access publishing terms. 

Romy Beard

Researcher at Ecosystems Ecologist
Dr. Varun Varma

Dr. Varun Varma

Dr. Varma is an ecosystems ecologist, and has worked at research institutions in both developed and developing countries. His research focuses on how the functioning of ecosystems, and food security are impacted by global change.

Founder & CEO at Knowledge E & Zendy
Kamran Robert Kardan

Kamran Robert Kardan

Kamran Robert Kardan is the Founder and CEO of Knowledge E, a leading academic consulting firm supporting innovation and development within the research and education sector. Kamran is also the Co-Founder and Managing Director of Zendy. Launched in 2019, Zendy is an online platform created to provide individuals with easy and affordable access to scholarly research and literature.

Director, Strategic Partnerships at PLOS
Sara Rouhi

Sara Rouhi

Sara is responsible for developing PLOS' new business growth strategy by identifying and developing new business and partner opportunities focusing on libraries, institutions, societies, other publisher and service providers, and other geographies and sectors currently unexplored by PLOS.


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