R2R 2016

R2R 2016
February 15-16, 2016
London

THE RESEARCHER TO READER CONFERENCE was held at BMA House in London. The premier forum for discussion of the international scholarly content supply chain – bringing knowledge from the Researcher to the Reader.

Table of Contents

  1. R2R 2016 – Welcome and Introduction
  2. Life After the Death of Science Journals
  3. Introduction to Author Behaviours presentations
  4. Bringing Research to the Surface – Maximising the visibility and impact of research
  5. Acting Rationally in a Deeply Weird Ecosystem – How authors can make smart publishing choices

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R2R 2016 – Welcome and Introduction

Mark Carden Mosaic Search & Selection

Life After the Death of Science Journals

Vitek Tracz Chairman, Science Navigation Group

Introduction to Author Behaviours presentations

Bringing Research to the Surface – Maximising the visibility and impact of research

Vicky Williams Download slides CEO, Research Media

Acting Rationally in a Deeply Weird Ecosystem – How authors can make smart publishing choices

Rick Anderson Download slides
Associate Dean, University of Utah

Q&A: Author Behaviours

Panel introduction – Show me the Money

Paul Harwood (chair) VP for Book and Journal Sales, EBSCO

Show me the Money (Rick Anderson)

Rick Anderson Associate Dean, University of Utah

Show me the Money (James Evans)

Professor James Evans Chairman, Science Navigation Group

Show me the Money (Toby Green)

Toby Green Head of Publishing, OECD

Show me the Money (Steven Hall)

Steven Hall Managing Director, IOP Publishing

Show me the Money (Danny Kingsley)

Dr Danny Kingsley Managing Director, IOP Publishing

Q&A: Show me the Money

Introduction to the Research in Institutions presentations

Seeing Open Access Processes More Clearly – Mapping the life cycle of open access for publishers, researchers and libraries

Graham Stone Download slides Information Resources Manager, University of Huddersfield

Getting an Octopus into a String Bag – The complexity of communicating with the research community across a higher education institution

Dr Danny Kingsley Download slides Head of Scholarly Communication, The University of Cambridge

Q&A: Research in Institutions

Introduction to Peer Review presentations

The Unseen Costs of Peer Review – Why peer review can never be free (even if your paper is perfect)

Alice Ellingham Download slides Director, Editorial Office Ltd

Peer Review: a Global View – Findings from the Taylor & Francis study of researcher opinions

Will Frass Download slides Research Executive, Taylor & Francis

Peer Review Q&A

Considering the Sociology of Research – How research scientists actually behave as individuals and in groups

James Evans Professor, University of Chicago

Introduction to Discovery & Usage presentations

Making Sense of the Flood – Ways to curate content and adapt search to deliver serendipity in discovery

Tom Beyer Download slides Director of Platform Services, Safari Books Online

Q&A: Discovery & Usage

R2R 2016 Workshop Feedback

R2R 2016 Summary & Closing