Ensuring the quality of open access publications is a challenge, and the best way(s) to do it is a perennial topic of discussion among librarians, publishers, and scholars. These discussions have taken on a new urgency with the demise of Beall’s list of predatory open access publishers. LPC community members publish OA scholarship, educate faculty and students on navigating the OA publishing landscape, and support organizations that provide guidance to and infrastructure for OA publications. We have a unique perspective on the issue of OA quality, and this roundtable will give us an opportunity to share our thoughts with each other and with other leaders in this space. Please join Melanie Schlosser (LPC), Micah Vandegrift (co-moderator), Claire Redhead (OASPA), and Judith Barnsby (DOAJ) for a discussion about ensuring OA quality and the implications for our work going forward.
Roundtable, February 2017: OA Publication Quality
Date: February 23, 12:00-12:45 EST Topic: OA Publication Quality (with OASPA and DOAJ) Moderated by: Micah Vandegrift (Florida State University) Guests: Claire Redhead (OASPA), Judith Barnsby (DOAJ)