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Open Access and scholarly societies
Tuesday, October 21st, 8-9am PDT/11am-12pm EDT/4-5pm BST

Open Access creates new opportunities and challenges for societies – it helps them achieve their mission to disseminate knowledge but at the same time can impact their financial sustainability. This webinar will showcase how some societies are addressing this challenge and creating Open Access opportunities in their publishing programme.
Speakers:
• Deni Auclair, VP & lead Analyst, Outsell Inc.: Developments in Open Access today and beyond.
• Rachel Burley, VP & Director of Open Access, Wiley: Open Access opportunities and options for societies.
• Philip Wright, Chief Executive, The Physiological Society: Case Study – launching a new Open Access journal.
• Esmeralda Buchanan, Journals Director, American Cancer Society: Case Study – working with an Open Access cascade journal.

Click here to register.
And, join the conversation on twitter using the hashtag #OAandsocs and by following @wileysocieties