Helping researchers create scholarly content

Martin Fenner
October 20, 2010 0 min read

Two weeks ago I gave a presentation at the STM Annual Conference 2010 ( in Frankfurt (STM is the International Association of Scientific, Technical and Medical Publishers). I told the audience that publishers could do a much better job helping researchers create digital content – both by providing better tools and by reconsidering licenses for content reuse.

A video of my presentation is available here ( The other presentations of the event can be viewed here ( – unfortunately not (yet) the keynote by Stephen Dunn ( from the Guardian (Beyond Publishing: how we open up to our users).

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