Date and Details
Date: 2nd November 2021, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm CET
Venue: Virtual, access will be sent out before the event
Organiser: Dr. Robert Casties, Esther Chen and Lindy Divarci (Max Planck Institute for the History of Science), Prof. Dr. Tristan Weddigen (Bibliotheca Hertziana – Max Planck Institute for Art History), Michael Franke and Dr. Yves Vincent Grossmann (both Max Planck Digital Library).
Participants: Open for all employees of the Max Planck Society and associated institutions
Contact: rdm [at] mpdl [dot] mpg [dot] de
Intentions and Objectives
Digital means and open-access policies are changing the landscape of scientific publishing in the humanities and social sciences, too. The workshop wants to explore both major challenges and concrete solutions in a highly dynamic interdisciplinary field of scientific practice. It aims at sharing past experience and visions for future developments. Speakers and participants (especially from the GSHS) from different sectors such as digital humanities, publication management, research data management, libraries, public relations are invited to share their knowledge. At the same time, we will discuss perspectives for further development and possibilities for cooperation within the MPG.
The workshop will focus on exchange. So we would like to ask you what issues in digital publishing are currently on your mind? And what would you or your colleagues like to talk about and share? Such urgent topics of conversation would help us to organize the appropriate talks.
9:00-9:15 Welcome by Esther Chen (MPIWG) and Michael Franke (MPDL)
9:15-10:15 Block 1: Workflows and Tools
Elisa Bastianello and Tristan Weddigen (both Bibliotheca Hertziana): Digital Publishing Infrastructures @ BHMPI
Carsten Borchert and Frederik Eichler (both SciFlow): Collaboration in Publishing Workflows with SciFlow
Wolfgang Meier (TEI Publisher): TEI Publisher – The Standard-based Toolbox for Digital Editions
Christoph Sander (Bibliotheca Hertziana): Text, Images, Marginalia. How Could Multimodal Digital Publishing Look Like?
10:25-11:25 Block 2: Service Portfolio for Digital Publishing @ MPIWG
Esther Chen (MPIWG): Publication Platform Edition Open Access
Lindy Divarci (MPIWG): Negotiating Open Access Contracts for Monographs with Publishers from an Institute Perspective
Urte Brauckmann (MPIWG): Image Rights for Open Access
11:35-12:35 Block 3: Text and Data Publication
Shih-Pei Chen, Sean Wang, Dagmar Schaefer (MPIWG): Digital Concordance: A New Publication Format for Scholarly-curated Datasets in the Humanities
Stefanie Andergassen (MPDL): DOI Service
Andreas Wagner (MPI LHLT): Executable Publications: Electronic Notebooks and (Humanities) Publishing Infrastructures
12:35-1:00 Plenum Discussion
The registration is closed.