Online Conferences, Intellectual Property, and the Changing Shape of Scholarly Communications

A post from Feeding the Elephant: A Forum for Scholarly Communications. This post continues our coverage of the shift to virtual conferences in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

In February, the College Art Association (CAA) held its 109th Annual Conference, bringing together art historians, artists, and designers to share research and discuss issues of professional interest.

Confessions of a Bad Conference Attendee

A post from Feeding the Elephant: A Forum for Scholarly Communications.This is the third and final post in our series on how scholarly societies, publishers, and attendees are coping with the challenges of virtual conferences.

A guest post by Eliot Borenstein, Professor of Russian, New York University

WEAS MINI-Conference OCTOBER 30-31

Please join us for our first ever Washington Early American Seminar MINI-CONFERENCE

Friday, October 30 - Saturday October 31 

 

Join us for one session of the six, or for several, or even for all. Note we have long breaks between each session.  The format will consist of short presentations (no more than 10 minutes each) from the presenters followed by questions from the audience. There are no pre-circulated papers--but please do read the abstracts (link below).  

 

Stepping into 2D: Moving the Publisher Exhibit Online

A post from Feeding the Elephant: A Forum for Scholarly Communications. This is the first of a series on how scholarly societies, publishers, and attendees are coping with the challenges of the virtual conference.


A guest post by Hajni G. Selby, Director of Programming and Conferences, Organization of American Historians

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