Schedule for the 16th Munin Conference on Scholarly Publishing held online November 16-18, 2021. The conference is free to attend, please register using this form by November 11.

All times are provided in CET, use this converter to check times in your local timezone.

Speaker names in the program link to speaker pages which include a bio, talk abstract, and link to presentations and videos when they become available.

November 16

12:20–12:30Introduction and conference opening
12:30–14:40Keynote panel on research and researcher assessment
Finn-Eirik Johansen, University of Oslo, Norway
“Making room for everyone’s talent”, Kim Huijpen, VSNU, Netherlands
“Recommendation and implementation of good practice in researcher evaluation in Finland”, Janne Pölönen, Federation of Finnish Learned Societies, Finland
Short break
“DORA in practice”, Kenneth Ruud, UiT The Arctic University of Norway
Panel discussion
“Exploring the reach and impact of Gold and Green OA articles in hybrid journals”, Jess Monaghan, Springer Nature, UK
“How should we share research data? Recommendations from the Norwegian committee on sharing and reuse of research data”, Magnus Aronsen, University of Oslo, Norway

November 17

“Making Open Access Book Funding Work Fairly: The Emergence of Library Membership Funding Models for OA Monographs”, Martin Eve, University of London, UK
“Multilingualism in Scholarly Communication: Main findings and future challenges”, Delfim Leão, University of Coimbra, Portugal
“B!SON – a tool to make OA journal selection easier”, Anita Eppelin, German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB), Germany
“Open Source Academic Publishing Suite (OS-APS): Simple, media-neutral OA-publishing with automatic typesetting”, Markus Putnings (Friedrich–Alexander University Erlangen–Nürnberg, Germany) and Carsten Borchert (SciFlow, Germany)
“Publishing accessible content on OJS and beyond”, Mariya Maistrovskaya, University of Toronto, Canada
15:10–16:40Keynote panel on innovations in scholarly communication
“Exploring Experimental Publishing: Mappings, Pilots, and Guidelines”, Janneke Adema, Coventry University, UK
Damian Pattinson, eLife, UK
“Innovations in Accessible Scholarly Communication”, Stephanie Rosen, University of Michigan, USA
Panel discussion

November 18

12:30–13:00Keynote presentation
Johan Rooryck, Leiden University, Netherlands
“Open Access journals published by Norwegian institutions – status and prospects”, Henrik Karlstrøm, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway and Per Pippin Aspaas, UiT The Arctic University of Norway
“Publishers as Partners”, Martin Donnelly, Royal Society of Chemistry, UK
“Enabling smaller independent publishers to participate in Open Access transformative arrangements”, Lorraine Estelle, Information Power, UK
“Analog Resources and Digital Limitations: Navigating Old Norse Academia as an Early-Career Scholar”, Lyonel Perabo,Tromsø Museum, Norway
“Open Polar – a global open access portal to research on the polar regions”, Leif Longva, UiT The Arctic University of Norway
“Living the POSI Life: In Conversation with Crossref’s Vanessa Fairhurst and Ed Pentz, Crossref, UK