ELPUB programme now available and thank you to our Partners!

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We are pleased to share that the ELPUB2018 Conference Programme is now available for viewing on our website! We are using Sched for the Conference Program, and if you sign up, you can create your own profile, add sessions that you are interested in, and network with other attendees.

We’d also like to acknowledge our ELPUB Conference Partners and share with you some information about them. We are grateful to have the support and leadership of the organizations included below who are making #ELPUB2018 possible. Thank you for your contributions to the conference and importantly, towards our Travel Scholarship Fund!

This month, we have been featuring our Travel Scholarship recipients on our blog. We are looking forward to such a diverse programme, and if you haven’t yet – there is still time to register!

We welcome your feedback, comments and questions, so don’t hesitate to get in touch by emailing elpub2018@utsc.utoronto.ca.

Have a great week!
The ELPUB Team

Thank you to our ELPUB 2018 Partners!

We appreciate the generous support and leadership of the following organizations who are making ELPUB 2018 possible:

Conference Partners

The Public Library of Science (PLOS) was founded in 2001 as a nonprofit organization to accelerate progress in science and medicine by leading a transformation in research communication. 

Read more in our Q&A Interview!

OpenEdition brings together four platforms dedicated to electronic resources in the humanities and social sciences. 

Read more in our Q&A Interview!

Community Partners

SPARC is a global coalition committed to making Open the default for research and education. Read more in our Q&A Interview!

The Arts, Culture & Media Department at UTSC is home to nine distinct artistic and scholarly disciplines.

The Centre for Critical Development Studies at UTSC is the home of our excellent International Development Studies (IDS) programs.

Scholarship Partners

FACETS is Canada’s first and only multidisciplinary open access science journal. To further the advancement of science, FACETS publishes high-quality research from the diverse global community of researchers and disseminates their work to a far-reaching audience. FACETS is published by Canadian Science Publishing.

The University of Toronto Libraries supports learning, teaching and research at 44 libraries at three campuses. 

Supporting Partners


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