R2R programme announced

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The programme for the 2023 hybrid Researcher to Reader Conference has now been announced, and is given in full on the conference website.

The programme will include our usual mix of panel discussions, presentations with Q&A, workshops and debating. There will also be generous breaks for conversation, with optional lightning talks.

Topics on the programme include:

  • Inclusivity and Diversity
  • The Value of OA Agreements
  • Open Science Innovation
  • The Future of OA Funding
  • Data-Driven Decision-Making
  • Higher Education Metrics
  • Improving Sustainability
  • OA Requirements for Books
  • Research Integrity Tools
  • Preservation of Scholarship

...and more

Speakers, panellists and debaters include:

  • Prof Ben Davis (Rosalind Franklin Institute)
  • Dr Richard Gallagher (Annual Reviews)
  • Sybille Geisenheyner (ACS)
  • Christopher Kenneally (CCC)
  • Dr Robert Kiley (CoalitionS)
  • Jayne Marks (Maverick)
  • Stephen Marks (University of Toronto)
  • Valerie McCutcheon (Glasgow University)
  • Tasha Mellins-Cohen (COUNTER)
  • Robyn Price (Imperial College)
  • Ros Pyne (Bloomsbury)
  • Dr Malvika Sharan (Alan Turing Institute)
  • Dr Florence Theberge (Emerald Publishing)
  • Mat Willmott (California Digital Library)
  • Alicia Wise (CLOCKSS)
  • Jo Wixon (Wiley)
  • Laura Wong (Jisc)
  • Dr Karin Wulf (Brown University)

…and more

The full conference programme, with session and speaker details, is on the R2R website.

Please register via the website now, to take advantage of the November ‘early-bird’ rates. There is no need to wait until the last minute – you don’t need to choose in advance between attending physically or online, and it’s totally risk-free, as you can cancel for a full refund anytime until the end of January.