R2R 2017

R2R 2017
February 20-21, 2017
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.

Welcome and Introduction – Mark Carden

Mark Carden
 
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Opening Keynote – Values Have No Borders – Mark Allin

Mark Allin
President & CEO, John Wiley & Sons
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The Forbidden Forecast – Rick Anderson

Rick Anderson
Associate Dean, University of Utah and President of SSP
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Getting Books to Readers – Michael Jubb

Michael Jubb
Independent Consultant
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Getting Books to Readers – Richard Fisher

Richard Fisher
Something Understood Scholarly Communication
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Intermediaries & Subscriptions – Q&A

Rick Anderson, Michael Jubb & Richard Fisher
 
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It’s not easy being Green – Alicia Wise

Alicia Wise
Director of Access & Policy, Elsevier
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It’s not easy being Green – Judith Russell

Judith Russell
Dean of Libraries, University of Florida
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It’s not easy being Green – Ginger Strader Minkiewicz

Ginger Strader Minkiewicz
Smithsonian Institution
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It’s not easy being Green – Syun Tutiya

Syun Tutiya
Librarian Emeritus at Chiba University
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It’s not easy being Green – Susan King

Susan King
CHORUS and Executive Director, Rockefeller University Press
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It’s not easy being Green – Panel Discussion

Alicia Wise
Director of Access & Policy, Elsevier
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Zen and the Art of Research Assessment – Stephen Curry

Stephen Curry
Professor of Structural Biology, Imperial College London
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Stop, Collaborate and Listen! – Laura Montgomery

Laura Montgomery
Communications Manager, Library Relations, Taylor and Francis
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Stop, Collaborate and Listen! – Graham Walton

Graham Walton
Honorary Research Fellow, Loughborough University
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Stop, Collaborate and Listen! – Laura Montgomery

Laura Montgomery
Communications Manager, Library Relations, Taylor and Francis
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Metrics and Discovery – Q&A

Stephen Curry, Graham Walton & Laura Montgomery
 
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Friends, Foes or Frenemies? – Rick Anderson

Rick Anderson
Associate Dean, University of Utah and President of SSP
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Friends, Foes or Frenemies? – Robert Harington

Robert Harington
Associate Executive Director, American Mathematical Society
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Friends, Foes or Frenemies? – Danny Kingsley

Danny Kingsley
Head of Scholarly Communication, University of Cambridge
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Friends, Foes or Frenemies? – Mark Thorley

Mark Thorley
Head of Science Information, Natural Environment
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Friends, Foes or Frenemies? – Alexander Ross

Alexander Ross
Partner, Wiggin LLP
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Friends, Foes or Frenemies – Panel Discussion

Rick Anderson, Robert Harington, Danny Kingsley, Mark Thorley & Alexander Ross
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The Publishing Cookbook – Kent Anderson

Kent Anderson
CEO, Redlink and Founder, The Scholarly Kitchen
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Access Management for the 21st Century – Tasha Mellins-Cohen

Tasha Mellins-Cohen
Director of Product Development, HighWire Press
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Publishing & Access – Q&A

Kent Anderson & Tasha Mellins-Cohen
 
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Giving Readers What They Want – Jacob Wilcock

Jacob Wilcock
Director of Publishing and Business Development, Atypon
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The Rise of the User – Jan Reichelt

Jan Reichelt
Co-founder, Mendeley
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Workshop A Feedback

Lorraine Ellery Matthews
Proprietor, Ellery Matthews Consulting
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Workshop B Feedback

Felix Evert
Managing Director, Sample of Science
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Workshop C Feedback

Richard Fisher
Something Understood Scholarly Communication
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Workshop D Feedback

Anna Clements
Assistant Director Library Services, University of St Andrews
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Workshop E Feedback

Phill Jones
Director of Publishing Innovation, Digital Science
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Summary & Closing – Mark Carden

Mark Carden
Managing Consultant, Mosaic Search & Selection
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