Organised by Research Information magazine in partnership with Info International

Organised by Research Information magazine in partnership with Info International
Organised by Research Information magazine in partnership with Info International

The online 2020 conference will build on the success of last year’s event by providing librarians and information professionals with deeper knowledge and understanding of communication strategies for open research.

In an increasingly open world – encompassing open research, open science and open data – the biggest challenges are around educating researchers about the changes they have to make to their working practices.

We’ll also be reflecting on the research landscape in a post-Covid world – the changes we’ve had to make this year, the medium-term outlook, and long-lasting – if not permanent – ways in which the scholarly publishing cycle will have to adjust in future years.

At CISPC 2020, we will be bringing together speakers from around the world that have developed effective scholarly communication strategies within their own institutions, and who will share their experiences and expertise with fellow scholarly communication professionals.

We will also be enabling delegates a place to share and learn from each other in a safe enviroment by providing several online rooms and a platform to connect.

CISPC will once again provide an environment for librarians and information professionals to learn from and engage with their peers about how to overcome challenges in the scholarly publishing cycle.

Conference themes

    • Best practice changes post-Covid

    Streamlining the process of open submissions

    Best practice in submitting, storing and accessing open and FAIR data

    Implementing software/browser tools to aid open research processes

    • Effective communication of approaches to open research

Who should attend?

Librarians/information professionals wanting to improve researcher support and communication in the open research era

Researchers/academics wanting to understand the benefits and challenges of delivering open research

Publishers who want to develop platforms and submission channels that support the open research agenda

Vendors/service providers of tools that serve open research

Any of the above that wants to know what the research landscape will look like in a post-Covid world

Programme

DAY 1
SESSION 1 The Open Research Landscape
10.00-11.00 1 to 1 meetings
Meet our sponsors to learn how they can help your institution’s open research challenges. All delegates will receive invitations to book one-to-one meetings with sponsors.
11.00-11.20 The UK landscape
Rachel Bruce, UKRI
11.20-11.40 FAIR data throughout the research lifecycle
Martin Jagerhorn – FAIR Funder Alliance (FFA)
11.40-11.50 Sponsor Lightning Talk: ISSN
11.50-12.10 Communication strategies for open data sets
Michelle Urberg, Associate Affiliate, Maverick Publishing
12.10-12.30 Accelerating the transition to open research
Liz Bal, Jisc
12.30-13.00 Meet the speakers
Separate virtual rooms will be availabe featuring each of the speakers (subject to availability) from the morning session. Drop in to any one to ask follow-up questions. Q&A sessions available on demand after the event.
12.30-15.00 1 to 1 meetings
Meet our sponsors to learn how they can help your institution’s open research challenges. All delegates will receive invitations to book one-to-one meetings with sponsors.
SESSION 2 Workshop: Librarian strategies in a Covid world
15.00-15.05 Workshop introduction
An introduction to the workshop format
15.05-15.40 Workshop: Librarian strategies in a Covid world
Delegates split into smaller groups, each with their own virtual room, to discuss changes in practices enforced by Covid. What has worked? What will become embedded in the future? What will return once Covid-measures are lifted?
15.40-15.50 Sponsor Lightning Talk:
15.50-16.30 Workshop feedback
Moderators from the workshop will share highlights from their groups
16.30-17.30 1 to 1 meetings
Meet our sponsors to learn how they can help your institution’s open research challenges. All delegates will receive invitations to book one-to-one meetings with sponsors.
DAY 2
SESSION 3 Technology focus
10:00-11:00 1 to 1 meetings
Meet our sponsors to learn how they can help your institution’s open research challenges. All delegates will receive invitations to book one-to-one meetings with sponsors.
11.00-11.20 Harnessing AI to take research to non-academic audiences
Steve Carlton and Scott Taylor from the University of Manchester Library; Phil Gooch, Scholarly
11.20-11.40 Accelerating Discovery of Open Research with AI – Evidence from Nordic University Libraries
11.40-11.50 Sponsor Lightning Talk
11.50-12.10 Introducing the TU Delft OPEN publishing platform
Alenka Princic and Frederique Belliard, Technical University of Delft
12.10-12.30 Technology frameworks and standards for FAIR and open data: lessons from crystallography
Ian Bruno, head of strategic partnerships, CCDC
12.30-13.00 Meet the speakers
12.30-15.00 1 to 1 meetings
SESSION 4
15.00-15.20 How to Pass a Campus Open Access Policy in Less than a Year
Danielle S. Apfelbaum, Scholarly Communication Librarian, Farmingdale State College, NY
15.20-15.40 Expand library services through technology advances
Barbie Keiser
15.40-15.50 Sponsor Lightning Talk
15.50-16.30 Panel Discussion
16.30-17.00 Meet the speakers
16.30-17.30 1 to 1 meetings

Delegate Rates

Academics/Librarians £60
Vendors/Publishers £200

Sponsorship

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CISPC 2020 Speakers

Alenka PrincicHead of Research Support at Delft University of Technology Library
Alenka PrincicHead of Research Support at Delft University of Technology Library
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Anita Schjøll BredeCEO & Co-founder, Iris.ai
Anita Schjøll BredeCEO & Co-founder, Iris.ai
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Barbie KeiserPresident at Barbie E. Keiser, Inc.
Barbie KeiserPresident at Barbie E. Keiser, Inc.
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Danielle S. ApfelbaumScholarly Communication Librarian , Farmingdale State College
Danielle S. ApfelbaumScholarly Communication Librarian , Farmingdale State College
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Frédérique BelliardPublishing Officer at Delft University of Technology - Library
Frédérique BelliardPublishing Officer at Delft University of Technology - Library
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Ian BrunoHead of Strategic Partnerships, The Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre
Ian BrunoHead of Strategic Partnerships, The Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre
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Liz BalDirector of Open Research Services, Jisc
Liz BalDirector of Open Research Services, Jisc
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Phil GoochCEO, Scholarcy

Phil Gooch is the founder of Scholarcy, an early-stage startup developing knowledge distillation technology used to make complex research more accessible to a wider readership.

Phil GoochCEO, Scholarcy

Phil Gooch is the founder of Scholarcy, an early-stage startup developing knowledge distillation technology used to make complex research more accessible to a wider readership.

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Martin JagerhornFAIR Funder Alliance (FFA)
Martin JagerhornFAIR Funder Alliance (FFA)
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Rachel BruceHead of open science, UK research and innovation
Rachel BruceHead of open science, UK research and innovation
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Steve CarltonResearch Services Librarian, University of Manchester

Steve Carlton is a Research Services Librarian at the University of Manchester. He has supported open access and scholarly communications for over 5 years at institutions across the North West, and has been at the University of Manchester Library since January 2019. His main responsibilities include co-ordinating the Library’s support for Green OA, developing the OA+ service, and delivering training on open access and research communications.

Steve CarltonResearch Services Librarian, University of Manchester

Steve Carlton is a Research Services Librarian at the University of Manchester. He has supported open access and scholarly communications for over 5 years at institutions across the North West, and has been at the University of Manchester Library since January 2019. His main responsibilities include co-ordinating the Library’s support for Green OA, developing the OA+ service, and delivering training on open access and research communications.

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Scott TaylorOpen Research Programme Lead, University of Manchester Library

Scott Taylor is Open Research Programme Lead at the University of Manchester Library. Scott has been involved in the development of scholarly communication services at Manchester since 2008. He is currently leading a new strategic Open Research Programme for the University; as well as managing the Library's Open Access Service, Research Metrics Service, eTheses service, and Research Identifiers Service.

Scott TaylorOpen Research Programme Lead, University of Manchester Library

Scott Taylor is Open Research Programme Lead at the University of Manchester Library. Scott has been involved in the development of scholarly communication services at Manchester since 2008. He is currently leading a new strategic Open Research Programme for the University; as well as managing the Library's Open Access Service, Research Metrics Service, eTheses service, and Research Identifiers Service.

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Michelle UrbergAssociate Affiliate, Maverick Publishing Specialists
Michelle UrbergAssociate Affiliate, Maverick Publishing Specialists
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