Friday 1 October, 15:00 - 16:00 (British Summer Time) (UTC +1) Find out what time this is in your country
COPE, with a group of current industry members and members of COPE Council, is attempting to develop a lexicon of terms for books publishing, and guidance for publishers and editors of books, many of whom are members of COPE because of their publication of scholarly journals.
The panel will further explore topics which were raised in a recent COPE Forum on the topic.
Tamara Welschot is, since May 2017, Head of Advisory and Assurance, Research Integrity Springer Nature. Tamara looks after resources on research integrity and publication ethics for editors, authors and reviewers and oversees projects on preventing and detecting misconduct. Prior to that Tamara was Director of Research Integrity and Publishing Services with overall responsibility for Springer’s strategy and standards on publication ethics, providing expert advice on ethical issues, and overseeing other activities such as annual year reporting for Journal Editors, abstracting & indexing and digital preservation.
Jennifer Wright leads Cambridge University Press’s Research Integrity and Publication Ethics team, and supports Cambridge’s books, journals, higher education programme, and preprint platform in publication ethics best practice. She is also part of Cambridge’s Scholarly Communications Research & Development team and supports a broad range of activities in open research, impact, capacity development, and other research services. Jennifer was previously a postdoctoral researcher in ecology and climate science, and also holds an MBA from Cranfield University.
Deborah Poff, was previously Executive Vice-President Academic and Provost and Vice-President for Strategic Development at Pacific Coast University for Workplace Health Sciences. Prior to that she was President and Vice-Chancellor of Brandon University in Manitoba. From 1994 to 2004, she was Vice-President Academic and Provost at the University of Northern British Columbia. She is the co-founder and for over 30 years was the Editor of the Journal of Business Ethics. Deborah is COPE past-Chair and Trustee.
The session is free and open to COPE members only.
Seminar sessions will be recorded using Zoom and posted publicly on COPE's YouTube channel and website after the event.
COPE Seminar 2021 programme
The webinar is one of a series of nine sessions for COPE Seminar 2021, taking place over a week.
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