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R2R conference – call for papers

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Organisers of the Researcher to Reader Conference, the forum for discussion of the creation and dissemination of international scholarly content, have issued a call for papers for next year's event.

Proposals could include topics, presentations, panels and workshops for the event, and nominations for speakers, panellists and facilitators. Speakers, panellists and facilitators are offered a complimentary place at the conference, which will be held on 20 and 21 February. Responses are requested by 10 September.

Proposals should include the following information:

  • What is being proposed (topic / presentation / lightning talk / panel / workshop / speaker / panellist / facilitator);
  • Name and contact details for the proposer;
  • Name and contact details for the speaker / panellist / facilitator (if different);
  • Experience or credentials for the speaker / panellist / facilitator;
  • The title or subject; and
  • A description or abstract (about 100-300 words).

The organisers are particularly seeking participation from librarians, researchers, editors and funders, and from people based outside the UK.

Send suggestions, proposals or any other communications to the conference chairman, Mark Carden, at info@R2RConf.com preferably by 10 September 2016, although later submissions may be considered.

More details on potential themes, and on the conference in general, are available at  https://r2rconf.com/call-for-papers/