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Online Databases Training and Live Webcasts 在线培训、研讨会、论坛及活动

Virtual Events

Academic Publishing Webinars

Cambridge University Press will be hosting a series of webinars from May to August 2020 that focuses on academic publishing. Participants will have chances to win an item from Cambridge Academic book list. 

Topics Date  Time Recording
Publishing in International Journals: An Introduction 14 May  3pm - 4pm (GMT +08:00)
Publishing in International Journals: Submission and Peer Review 28 May  3pm - 4pm (GMT +08:00)
How to Peer Review Journal Articles 11 June  3pm - 4pm (GMT +08:00)
Open Access and Open Research 25 June  3pm - 4pm (GMT +08:00)
Identifying Predatory Journals and Conferences 9 July  3pm - 4pm (GMT +08:00)
Publishing Your Monograph with Cambridge 23 July  3pm - 4pm (GMT +08:00)
Submitting Your Manuscript for Production (Journal Articles and Books) 6 August  3pm - 4pm (GMT +08:00)
Developing Your Research Career / Cambridge Elements 20 August  3pm - 4pm (GMT +08:00)


Joe Ng

Acquisitions Editor, Social Sciences,
Cambridge University Press

Open Access Week

Open Access Development in China


This session aims to introduce the current situation of Chinese author's participation in Open Access, it will focus on researcher's cognition, willingness, or concern to use Open Access journals in China, the speaker will also provide the update on R&D 2019 and will share the insights about the way that the new policy of China might impact on OA landscape. 

Date & Time
Fri, Oct 23, 2020 9:00 PM - 9:30 PM CST


The evolution of early research and collaboration in 2020: stakeholder roundtable


This session will focus on 5 case studies to provide insight into the ways that the preprint and early research landscape have developed in 2020. Speakers will discuss their early research strategy, share perspectives from their research communities, provide an update on emerging trends from the cutting edge of the preprint space, & debate what the future might hold. In keeping with the topic, you’ll also have the chance to access the recording, and continue the discussion with speakers on Cambridge Open Engage, our early research space, after the live event.

Moderated by Louise Russell, Tutton Russell Consulting

Date & Time

Tue, Oct 20, 2020 11:00 PM - Wed, Oct 21, 2020 12:00 AM CST

An author’s perspective on preprints, Marijke Breuning
Marijke Breuning, PhD, is a Professor of Political Science at the University of North Texas. She has published numerous refereed journal articles and has previously served as a journal editor. Her most recent co-authored paper can be found on APSA Preprints. 

Expanding the preprint ecosystem, Alex Wade
Alex Wade is Technical Program Manager for Open Science at the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, focused on supporting platforms for rapid sharing of open research outputs, open source scientific software, and scientific knowledge discovery and access.   

Connecting scholars and open humanities scholarship, Anne Donlon
Anne Donlon, PhD is project manager for digital initiatives at the Modern Language Association, where she works on MLA Commons, Humanities Commons, and the Commons Open Repository Exchange (CORE). 

Broadening participation in preprints and open peer review, Jessica Polka
Jessica Polka, PhD serves as Executive Director of ASAPbio, a researcher-driven nonprofit organization working to promote innovation and transparency in life sciences publishing in areas such as preprinting and open peer review.

Making collaboration in early research more open and visible, Brigitte Shull
Brigitte Shull is the Director of Scholarly Communications Research & Development at Cambridge University Press.