Schedule for the 16th Munin Conference on Scholarly Publishing held online November 16-18, 2021.

All times are provided in CET, click on the times of the sessions to go to a converter which you can use to see the beginning time of the session 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 which include subtitles.

Conference chairs: Gerit Pfuhl and Mariann Løkse.

November 16

12:20–12:30Introduction and conference opening by Camilla Brekke, pro-rector research and development at UiT
12:30–14:40Keynote panel on research and researcher assessment
12:30–12:50"NOR-CAM - A framework for assessment of academic careers in the Open Science Era", Finn-Eirik Johansen, University of Oslo, Norway
12:50–13:10“Making room for everyone’s talent”, Kim Huijpen, VSNU, Netherlands
13:10–13:30“Recommendation and implementation of good practice in researcher evaluation in Finland”, Janne Pölönen, Federation of Finnish Learned Societies, Finland
13:50–14:10“DORA in practice”, Kenneth Ruud, UiT The Arctic University of Norway
14:10–14:40Panel discussion
15:00–15:20“Exploring the reach and impact of Gold and Green OA articles in hybrid journals”, Jess Monaghan, Springer Nature, UK
15:20–15:40“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

12:30–12:50“Making Open Access Book Funding Work Fairly: The Emergence of Library Membership Funding Models for OA Monographs”, Martin Eve, University of London, UK
12:50–13:10“Multilingualism in Scholarly Communication: Main findings and future challenges”, Delfim Leão, University of Coimbra, Portugal
13:40–14:00“B!SON – a tool to make OA journal selection easier”, Anita Eppelin, German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB), Germany
14:00–14:20“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)
14:20–14:30Short break
14:30–14:50Presentation: “Publishing accessible content on OJS and beyond”, Mariya Maistrovskaya, University of Toronto, Canada
15:10–16:40Keynote panel on innovations in scholarly communication
15:10–15:30“Exploring Experimental Publishing: Mappings, Pilots, and Guidelines”, Janneke Adema, Coventry University, UK
15:30–15:50"Unleashing the potential of preprints: A new publishing model for a digital age", Damian Pattinson, eLife, UK
15:50–16:10“Innovations in Accessible Scholarly Communication”, Stephanie Rosen, University of Michigan, USA
16:10–16:40Panel discussion

November 18

12:30–13:00Keynote presentation: Johan Rooryck, Leiden University, Netherlands
13:00–13:20Presentation: “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

13:40–14:00“Publishers as Partners”, Martin Donnelly, Royal Society of Chemistry, UK
14:00–14:20“Enabling smaller independent publishers to participate in Open Access transformative arrangements”, Lorraine Estelle, Information Power, UK
14:40–15:00“Analog Resources and Digital Limitations: Navigating Old Norse Academia as an Early-Career Scholar”, Lyonel Perabo,Tromsø Museum, Norway
15:00–15:20“Open Polar – a global open access portal to research on the polar regions”, Leif Longva, UiT The Arctic University of Norway
15:20–15:40“Living the POSI Life: In Conversation with Crossref’s Vanessa Fairhurst and Ed Pentz, Crossref, UK