Research Information in Transition - A series of evening events in 2010
Monday, 13 December 2010 17:30Location: Royal College of Physicians, 11 St Andrews Place, Regent's Park, London NW1 4LE
- 11 October: The future of scholarly publishing – where do we go from here? This event has now taken place; a report from the meeting can be found below. An informative blog from Christina Costa (University of Salford) can also be found here. Click on the links for the event’s two PowerPoint presentations, from Robert Kiley and Martin Richardson.
- 18 November: Research data – policies and behaviours This event has now taken place; a report from the meeting can be found below. Chris Taylor has blogged about the event for us and Carole Goble’s PowerPoint presentation is available here.
- 13 December: Quality assurance – responding to a changing information world This event has now taken place; a report from the meeting can be found below
The Research Information Network welcomes you to this programme of events over the course of autumn to explore the huge changes that are taking place in the way that research information and data are created, managed, used and disseminated; and to consider the implications for all those, in the academic realm and beyond, with an interest in the good health of the UK research base.
All three events are free and open to all involved and interested in these issues. We are expecting a lively debate led by experts in their ﬁeld and hope that we can come to some degree of common understanding of how these changes can be marshalled for the beneﬁt of UK research and what this may mean for the different stakeholders in the foreseeable future.
This series of events will take place at the Royal College of Physicians, in London. Each will run from 17:30 - 20:30, and will consist of a series of short presentations, followed by discussions and opportunities for networking over drinks and canapés. Speakers include:
• Robert Kiley, Head of Digital Services, Wellcome Library
• Phil Sykes, Chair of RLUK and University Librarian, Liverpool University
• Theo Bloom, Chief Editor, PLoS Biology
More information on the three events can be found in the attachment below.