APE 2022
The Future of the Permanent Record
The First
Event in the New Year!

Academic Publishing in Europe Nr. 17 on 11-13 January 2022. Please note: three day online conference

Full Program
APE 2022 Online Conference
11-13 January 2022

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The Future of the Permanent Record

2022. Was this the real beginning of the new 21st Century? Global challenges changing lives on a scale never seen before – a global pandemic, overwhelming evidence of climate change and biodiversity loss, and cyber warfare influencing global leadership against a scenario in which evidence and experts are increasingly dismissed in favor of tribes with their own truths. Research is increasingly having to step up to meet global challenges and we must have robust responses to reclaim trust in both scholarly publishing and the expertise of researchers as we map the path to the future.
Covid-19 stress-tested scholarly communications and publishers rallied to make Covid-19-related information freely accessible. There is both room for improvement and inspiration for change. A changing world has led to new solutions and new players – but are they robust and tested for long-term trust?

Pre-prints proved a rapid way to communicate potentially crucial findings in a crisis but is the world ready to understand the implications of reading un-tested research? Peer review, the bastion of trusted science, is under scrutiny from those within and outside research and there are calls for more transparency and openness in science.

What happens next for dissemination of research findings? 2022 is the start of a very new and very different period in history and we come together with purpose and a collaborative spirit.

The Program has been developed by a high level Program Committee with the usual actuality and originality.

Since its inception in 2006, APE has become 'the' annual meeting place for all stakeholders in scholarly communications and scientific publishing.
APE Conferences are carefully curated and well known for offering a broad perspective, varying from the basics of academic publishing, reputation, reliable quality, reproducibility, the role of peer review, sustainability, funding, information infrastructure, open data and open science and projects to discover.