The Master of Professional Studies in publishing program at the George Washington University will be holding its 10th GW Ethics in Publishing Conference, April 23, 2020, at the National Churchill Library and Center in GW’s Gelman Library in Washington, D.C.
The theme of this year’s conference is “Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility,” with panel presentations and “PechaKucha”-style short talks on topics such as equity, inclusion, accessibility, sustainability, peer review, metrics and other issues of ethics in publishing.
GW’s publishing program is hosting the event with three co-sponsors, the Association of University Presses (AUPresses), the Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) and the Association of American Publishers.
“We invite publishers, librarians, students and researchers from all stages of their career to join us for the free event,” said John W. Warren, Director and Associate Professor, Master of Professional Studies in Publishing, and co-organizer of the event.
“The publishing master’s program at GW has always had ethics as a strong component, and ethical issues in publishing are more important than ever. This is the tenth Ethics in Publishing Conference that the GW publishing program has held; the previous conference was in 2016.”
“Sharing best-practices, tools, and action steps on issues of equity, inclusion, and accessibility are critical to publishers, whether in trade, scholarly, academic, or other publishing sectors,” said Puja Telikicherla, Licensing & Subsidiary Rights Manager, American Psychiatric Association Publishing, and adjunct professor in GW’s publishing program, who is co-organizing the event.
“We are excited to relaunch the GW Ethics in Publishing Conference, addressing these topics with a robust lineup of diverse speakers.”
10th GW Ethics in Publishing Conference
Thursday, April 23, 2020
9:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
George Washington University
National Churchill Library and Center Main Room (101)
Gelman Library, First Level
2130 H Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20052
Don't miss the "Equity and Diversity Toolkit," the lunchtime plenary on "Developing an App: Indigenous Guide to D.C.,"and the the closing plenary "The Recommended List: Ten Notes I’ve Learned from Diversity & Inclusion Efforts So Far."
Browse the full schedule.
Please RSVP to attend the free event (Lunch will be provided).