- UP Redux returns as an in-person event with the theme ‘Connecting People and Ideas’
- Conference will tackle pressing issues, including open access, sustainability, metadata, equity, diversity and inclusion, and more
- Keynote speakers include Amina Shah, National Library of Scotland, and Jenny Garrett, OBE, Jenny Garrett Global
We are pleased to announce the program for the 5th ALPSP University Press Redux. It returns as an in-person event this May in partnership with Edinburgh University Press (EUP), as part of EUP’s 75th anniversary celebrations. It will be held at the John McIntyre Conference Centre, The University of Edinburgh, UK.
Redux 2024 includes sessions on a range of pressing issues tied together under the theme of ‘Connecting People and Ideas,’ including panels and talks on open access, sustainability, metadata, collaboration and community, equity, diversity and inclusion, and more.
Redux 2024’s full list of sessions:
- Building Community
- Open Access Pilot Schemes
- Collaborating for EDI: Content, Accessibility, Outreach and Recruitment
- Metadata, Discoverability and Integrity in the Scholarly Record
- Collaboration among University Presses
- What Libraries Need
- Reclaiming Open Access for the University Press Community
- Disability Inclusion in the Workplace
- Academic Trade: How University Presses Can Publish Effectively for the General Reader
- Digital Disruption
- What Authors Want
- European Accessibility Act
- Platforms, Hubs, Digital Resources, AI
- Equitable Open Access
Amina Shah, National Librarian and Chief Executive of the National Library of Scotland, will deliver the conference’s opening keynote: The Role of Libraries in Connecting People and Ideas.
Jenny Garrett, OBE, Coach & Leadership Development Consultant, Jenny Garrett Global, will deliver the conference’s closing keynote: Equality vs Equity.
There will be plenty of opportunities to engage with the speakers and panelists, and for networking with our UP community throughout the conference. We hope all attendees will come away with a strong sense of practical lessons learned and connections made that can be taken into their day-to-day working lives.
Wayne Sime, Chief Executive of ALPSP, commented: “Working in partnership with EUP, we are excited to bring together the university press community, in person, this May. The UP Redux Conference will be a great opportunity for us to have an open conversation covering a range of issues under the theme of connecting people and ideas.”
Nicola Ramsey, Chief Executive of Edinburgh University Press, said: “I am delighted to be working in partnership with ALPSP to deliver what I think will be an exciting, thought-provoking and inspirational conference. Hosting it in Edinburgh in EUP’s 75th anniversary year seems especially apt, and I’m looking forward to the opportunities for learning, sharing and collaboration.”
ALPSP and Edinburgh University Press would like to thank our Redux 2024 sponsors, Publishers’ Licensing Services, Digital Science, Virtusales and The Association of University Presses.
To find out more about our speakers, sponsors and to register, visit the conference website.
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