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Session 1: Academic Publishing Reform. What does the future hold?
- The Case for Amending Copyright To Enable Sustainable Universal Open Access
- Scholarly Publishing is broken. How do we fix it?
- The impact of the Russia – Ukraine war on scientific open access publishing and early career researchers
Session 2: Ownership of scholarly infrastructure
- Save the world with innovation? Open scholarship is the key!
- The open academic infrastructure and the scientific journal in Venezuela
- A case study: OpenCitations, an open science infrastructure seeking long-term sustainability
- The Open Book Collective: An Infrastructure for Equity and Diversity
- Towards sustainable open infrastructure: The case of CORE
Session 3: Diamond Open Access
- Diamond OA in Europe: lessons learnt from the Diamas and Craft-OA projects
- A distinctive scholarly publishing model: working together to accelerate diamond open access - an African focus
- The Value and Challenges of Student-Run Journals: Lessons from a Student Editor
- The Power of Community-Driven Publishing for Inclusive, Transparent, and Impactful Scholarly Communication
- OA Without Tears: Platforms and Workflows for Actually Equitable Open Scholarly Communication
Session 4: Implementing the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science
- UNESCO Open Science Recommendation: International Policy Framework for Open Science
- How Open is Open? The African Perspectives
- India's Roadmap Towards Implementing the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science
- Carrot & Stick: Policy as a driver for Open Science
- How do we measure success for Open Science?
Session 5: Research Evaluation
- Research assessment: what's the problem & how might we fix it?
- Research assessment as a lever to improve scientific practices
- Research Assessment at Higher Learning Institutions in Malaysia