Highlights from the Open Publishing Fest

Published by Jo Havemann on

[This post is also published at africarxiv.pubpub.org/pub/1ubyiq3u]

Earlier this week it was a great pleasure to present AfricArXiv at the Open Publishing Fest to discuss with the participants around the question:

Why do we need a preprint repository for Africa?

The calendar is filled with much to learn and discuss about open publishing in academia and beyond: openpublishingfest.org/calendar.html

The news section contains most sessions as archived recordings so you can still watch them online openpublishingfest.org/blog.html

Join us next week on Wednesday as we discuss together with our partners from Open Knowledge Maps & ReFigure


and another one on Friday with Knowledge Futures Group:


Co-designing the future of scholarly communication in Africa: Interview with Johanssen Obanda from AfricArXiv

Cristina Marras from Radio Antidoto meets Johanssen Obanda from AfricArXiv to talk about research, community, local knowledge and traditional wisdom, as a part of the Open Publishing Fest.

About Open Publishing Fest

Open Publishing Fest is a decentralized public event that brings together communities supporting open source software, open content, and open publishing models. | openpublishingfest.org

OPF Archives

Look through the archived recordings of most of the sessions presented at the #openpublishingfest: openpublishingfest.org/archives.html



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