Register Now: BioOne Publisher Forum—October 22
Did you know that BioOne partners with Research4Life to make the BioOne Complete journals available at no cost to more than 80 countries all over the world? The initiative enables the journals of our publisher partners to reach scholars and researchers around the globe, bringing them life-changing research, and increasing awareness of your publication and society.
Research is a global enterprise and benefits from the broadest possible participation. Expanding readership generates enhanced authorship and scholarship—and informs policy-making, which is especially meaningful for the agricultural, environmental, and life sciences journals that comprise BioOne Complete.
Join BioOne and Andrea Powell of Research4Life on October 22 to learn more about this impactful program and what it means for scholars and publishers alike. We will discuss
- • How Research4Life minimizes the knowledge gap between industrialized and developing countries
- • Eligibility criteria to gain access
- • The user experience for scholars and librarians
- • How Research4Life complements the sustainable paid access offerings of BioOne Complete
- • Benefits for BioOne publishers and societies
Andrea Powell, Outreach Director and Publisher Coordinator, Research4Life
Alexandra Frankel, Publisher Relations Associate, BioOne
Who should attend?
Representatives from BioOne societies in Publishing and Editorial, Membership, Leadership, Education, or anyone working towards expanding your society’s impact in developing countries.
There is no cost to attend but registration is required. Registrants who are unable to attend will also receive a link to a recording of this session.
BioOne Publisher Forum:
Supporting Researchers in Developing Countries with Research4Life
Thursday, October 22
11:00 EDT / 15:00 UTC