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ALPSP International Conference - 09 Sep 2009
Residential conference for all involved in scholarly publishing. Topical and wide-ranging programme with excellent networking opportunities.
Nr Oxford, UK
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ALPSP International Conference - 09 Sep 2009
Two day residential conference & Awards Dinner. For everyone involved in scholarly publishing.
Oxfordshire, UK
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EQUATOR Network Workshop and 2nd Annual Lecture - 09 Sep 2009
Satellite events at the Sixth Peer Review Congress, Vancouver Workshop: Key guidelines for reporting health research studies Target audience: editors and peer reviewers of medical research journals 2nd EQUATOR Annual Lecture presented by Dr Richard Horton, Editor-in Chief of The Lancet. Lecture is free, everyone welcome.
Vancouver, Canada
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1st Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing - 14 Sep 2009
The Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association and the DOAJ/Lund University Libraries are pleased to announce the1st Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing, which will be held at the Scandic Star hotel in Lund, Sweden from the 14th to the 16th of September. Participants will have the opportunity to hear from many leading figures within the open access publishing movement, and to participate in workshops that will highlight a number of important issues related to open access publishing. Participants who are members of the Open Access Scholarly Publishing Association are invited to participate in the first Annual General Meeting of OASPA, which will be held in the afternoon on September 16th following the end of the conference.
Lund, Sweden (nearest airport Copenhagen, Denmark)
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EASE triennial conference on Integrity in Science Communication - 16 Sep 2009
16-19 September 2009. The conference will address physical and moral integrity in science communication as well as editorial independence and responsibilities. Plenary and parallel sessions.
Pisa, Italy
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Plagiarism: detection and management - 30 Sep 2009
Detecting and managing plagiarism has always been a problem for authors, readers and publishers. The same technology that enables easy access and use of content also has made it easier to identify cases of plagiarism. Amongst other things this seminar will explore the technologies available for detecting potential cases of plagiarism and their practical application to the publishing.
London, UK
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