In this section we will give regular updates about the programme of the upcoming NECS post-conference on Open Media Studies. We will also publish information about related topics here.
When: Saturday 30 June 2018
Where: Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, Hilversum
The developments in open research follow each other at a rapid pace. For the discipline of media studies, developments appear to be a bit faster than for other disciplines in the humanities, as there is already a longer tradition of online sharing, and different media are used for scholarly communication (blogs, videos, audiovisual essays, etc.), besides the traditional peer-reviewed journal article or monograph. With this one-day workshop we aim to explore the concept of ‘open’ in media studies by sharing best practices as well as to investigate what is needed for media scholars to make the entire scholarly communication process (research, analysis, writing, review, publishing, etc.) more transparent.
We will do so by bringing together a group of maximum 25 researchers in media studies in a series of workshops devoted to the themes: 1) research and analysis, 2) writing and publishing, 3) peer review, and 4) public engagement. The day will open with a keynote by prof.dr. Malte Hagener (Philipps-Universität Marburg), one of the co-founding editors of NECSUS and founder of the recently launched project MediaRep, a subject repository for media studies.
The main goals for the day are: creating awareness among the researchers; offer solutions to concrete issues; and explore new open access/science initiatives in relation to media studies. Outcomes of the workshop will be published on the website of NECS, as well as on this page of Open Access in Media Studies.
Registration is free. However, there is a maximum of 25 participants.
For the registration, please follow this link.
*update: 12/032018: the event is fully booked. However, we keep a waiting list. If someone cancels his/her attendance we will send invitations to people on the waiting list.
Organizers: Jeroen Sondervan (Utrecht University), Jeffrey Pooley (Muhlenberg College, US), Jaap Kooijman (University of Amsterdam), Erwin Verbruggen (Institute for Sound and Vision)
The event is sponsored by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO).
- 10: 00 – 10:30: Arrival & registration
- 10: 30 – 10:45: Welcome & Introduction: Open Media Studies. Jeroen Sondervan, publishing consultant, Utrecht University Library (confirmed)
Jeroen has been a commissioning editor for Amsterdam University Press from 2007 until 2016. For over 8 years he has been working on open access journals and monographs, specifically in the fields of film and media studies. He is currently working as open access publishing consultant for Utrecht University. He is a member of the Knowledge Exchange Open Access Group, the Dutch library consortium OA working group, and editor of the national platform openaccess.nl.
- 10:45 – 12:00: Keynote: Prof. dr. Malte Hagener, Phillips Universität, Marburg (confirmed)
Malte is professor in media studies with a focus on history, aesthetics and theory of the film at Philipps-University Marburg. Most important research areas are: film and media history, film theory, media education. He is also one of the co-founding editors of NECSUS and founder of the recently launched project MediaRep, a subject repository for media studies.
A selection of his recent publications: The Emergence of Film Culture: Knowledge Production, Institution Building, and the Fate of the Avant-garde in Europe, 1919-1945, Berghahn, 2017. Film Theory: An Introduction Through the Senses, Routledge, 2010 (2ns edition 2015). Moving Forward, Looking Back: The European Avant-garde and the Invention of Film Culture, 1919-1939, Amsterdam University Press, 2007.
- 11:30-12:00: Q&A and discussion
- 12:00 – 13:00: Lunch and poster sessions
- 13:00 – 14:00: Workshop 1: Research and Analysis
Workshop lead: Janneke Adema, Coventry University (confirmed)
Janneke is a research fellow at the Centre for Postdigital Cultures (Coventry University) and promotes and supports the Radical Open Access Collective.
- 14:00 – 15:00: Workshop 2: Writing and Publishing
Workshop lead: Jeroen Sondervan, Utrecht University (confirmed)
Presentation: Anne Donlon, Humanities Commons, MLA (confirmed)
Anne Donlon is project manager for Humanities Commons and other digital initiatives at the Modern Language Association. Previously, she was a Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) Postdoctoral Fellow at Emory University, a position that was shared between the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives & Rare Book Library and the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship. She has a PhD in English, and is a member of the Journal for Interactive Technology & Pedagogy editorial collective.
Presentation: ScholarlyHub project by Guy Geltner (confirmed)
Guy is professor of medieval history at the University of Amsterdam and an open access and social justice activist. In November 2017 he helped found ScholarlyHub, a grassroots initiative to develop a non-profit communications platform to help learned societies create sustainable alternatives for publishers and commercial academic networks, as well as to provide a safe and inclusive environment for scholars and scholarship using communities of practice outside academia. He’ll talk on what is would take to irrevocably change our world of scholarly communications.
- 15:00 – 15:30: Pause and conversations
- 15:30 – 16:30: Workshop 3: (Open) Peer review
Workshop lead: Bianca Kramer, Utrecht University Library (confirmed)
Bianca is a subject librarian for life sciences and medicine at Utrecht Library, with a strong focus on scholarly communication and Open Science. Through her work on the project ‘101 innovations in scholarly communication‘ (including a worldwide survey of >20,000 researchers) she is investigating trends in innovations and tool usage across the research cycle.
- 16:30 – 17:30: Workshop 4: Public engagement
Workshop lead: TBC
Case: Humanities Commons by Anne Donlon
Case: ScholarlyHub project by Guy Geltner
- 17:30: Wrap up and closing remarks
- 17:45: Drinks and bites
*Credit image header: opensource.com