The scientific community thrives on the exchange, communication and dissemination of scientific results, ideas and projects. This takes place at conferences, meetings, symposia and workshops without which the scientific landscape would be inconceivable. Current research is presented at conferences and networks are established; conferences are identity forming for a scientific community.
"More than half of the hosts and organizers see a need for action when setting up virtual platforms, which are regarded as supplements to real events.“
Scarce human, technical or financial resources as well as the lack of sustainable, durable infrastructures are the main problems faced by conference organisers. The TIB Conference Recording Service provides a solution. The new recording service offers conference organizers from science and industry a comprehensive package from recording, live streaming and publishing in the AV-Portal.
„The AV-Portal enables us to preserve ‘for eternity’ conference videos for our community free of charge“
Our recording service includes the following services:
Optionally we offer also:
PublishingThe videos of your conference will be published in the TIB AV-Portal (and on request on other video platforms such as YouTube, Vimeo, etc.).
The publication in the AV-Portal includes:
In addition to conference recordings, we produce flipped conference videos, teasers, announcement videos, event videos and video abstracts for you.
We look forward to providing you with an individual offer. Contact us at Conrec@tib.eu
Advertise your event with individually produced teasers and announcement videos. Like e.g. for the OA Days 2019:
Show how special your event has been. This will also increase your visibility for upcoming events.
More information about the AV-Portal can be found in our video tutorial:
Further Services for Conference Organizers
Would you like to publish the proceedings of your conference under open access licenses? We will be happy to help you. The TIB enables conference organisers to publish proceedings at attractive conditions as open access.