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Janneke Adema is a PhD student in the Department of Media and Communication at Coventry University. She is the author of the OAPEN report Overview of Open Access Models for eBooks in the Humanities and Social Sciences (2010), and co-author of OAPEN – Open Access Publishing in European Networks: Report on Best Practices and Recommendations (2010). She has published in amongst others New Review of Academic Librarianship, Krisis. Journal for Contemporary Philosophy, and LOGOS: The Journal of the World Book Community. Currently she is writing a dissertation on the future of the monograph. Her research practice focuses on issues of openness, remix, authorship and integrity, through which she explores and critically analyses the discourse and power struggle surrounding the scholarly monograph. Her research, which can be seen as both a theoretical and practical intervention into this debate, can be accessed and followed, as it develops, on

Peter Woodbridge is a Digital Media and Culture Lecturer in the Department of Media at Coventry University and Course Director for the Digital Media BA Degree. His research includes instigating a number of innovations in Open Culture within the Creative Arts and Humanities, including leading the development on transmedia projects which have helped to make thousands of hours of Open Educational Resources available freely online. This includes working across a number of platform and application development projects within Higher Education. He has a number of publications and book chapters in the area of digital media and the creative arts. He is also co-founder of the Liquid Theory TV project and an Open Class in Creative Activism. His current research focuses on critical performativity in digital media; addressing digital participation, access and new modes of co-collaboration in the digital sphere.