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Researcher to Reader 2020 – call for papers

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Mark Carden

The annual international scholarly communications conference, Researcher to Reader, will take place in London on 24 and 25 February 2020. The conference is attended by 150 to 200 delegates from all parts of the scholarly communications lifecycle including; funders, researchers, research managers, publishers, distributors, technologists, and librarians.

The advisory board, led by Mark Carden (pictured) is inviting proposals for workshops, presentations, panels, and debates. The company is also seeking experienced facilitators to help lead workshops. They are particularly aiming to attract proposals from librarians, researchers, editors, and funders, from people based outside the UK, and from under-represented demographics. Proposers are invited to provide an abstract (50-100 words) and a fuller description (100-250 words) by Friday 23rd of August 2019. 

At the conference website www.r2rconf.com, there is further information on the planned themes and session formats, as well as a proposal form.