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Wendy Queen

Director, Project Muse
Wendy Queen is the Director of Project MUSE at Johns Hopkins University Press. She began her career focusing on the intersection of human interaction and technology. With a background in the humanities and a Masters in Information Arts and Technologies, Wendy first joined MUSE in a technical role. Through the years and many positions at MUSE, her leadership and contributions have ensured that MUSE continues to innovate across its platform and business models for the benefit of its partner publishers. Wendy has served on boards and committees for COUNTER, AAP, CrossRef, NISO, AUPresses and ALPSP. She serves on the Scholarly Communications Steering Group at Johns Hopkins University and is a member of the executive leadership at JHU Press.

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Platform Strategies

Platform Strategies 2023: Coopetition: Partnership Models for Independent Businesses

Industry consolidation, infrastructure complexity, the challenges of keeping up with new and ever-changing research policies and publishing models, and technological advancements and innovations, has left smaller and mid-sized organizations looking for options. This panel discussion showcased both established and emerging collaboratives and engaged in a conversation about the challenges faced by these constituencies, the consequences to the scholarly ecosystem if these audiences are lost, and the influence / importance of scale.