Publishing trends of the future – consequences for research outputs and measures of impact21.10.2016 @ 13:00 - 15:00 -
21.10.2016 | 13:00-15:00
Hot Spot Professional & Scientific Information, Hall 4.2
Partners: DGI, PAID, P-D-R
Publishing trends of the future – consequences for research outputs and measures of impact
Research outputs and measures of impact have become important tools for any researcher and research institutions to prove their value to potential employers and funders. In this session we take a close look at how research outputs can be mastered in future and what this means in the context of impact factors. Will publishing an article change considerably and are we prepared for these changes? Millennials are often said to impact search in the future – but what are the basics they need to know and is the education system prepared to both learn from them as well as teach them the foundations?
We have invited publishers, rights clearance agents, students and researchers as well technology players to discuss the consequences of the upcoming publishing trends and to reach some common recommendations.
DGI, PAID and P-D-R are supporting this event as a networking platform for students as future employees and colleagues, information managers and information professionals and publishers as potential employers.
The 2 hour session will be broken down into short introduction (10 min), 5 presentations (15 min) followed by a discussion at the end (35 min).
- Publisher perspective:
o Roheena Anand (RSC)
o Cate Livingstone (John Wiley & Sons) (Vortragsfolien)
- Rights perspective – Kate Alzapiedi, RightsDirect
- Academic perspective – Prof. Melanie Siegel, Johannes Graupe (University of Applied Sciences, Darmstadt) (Vortragsfolien)
- Technology perspective – Phill Jones, Digital Sciences (Vortragsfolien)
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