Technology Trends in Research Management, Showcasing & Collaboration

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Event Host: 
Digital Science
Date: 
Thursday, June 4, 2015 (All day)
Location: 
Los Angeles, California
Digital Science Event - Technology Trends in Research Management, Showcasing & Collaboration
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We'd really value your attendance at our Digital Science event at the Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel, where technology trends in showcasing, collaboration and data management will be discussed and explored.
 
Scholarly communication is being rapidly transformed by innovations in digital technology and our event brings together experts to help you navigate the best path forward.

At this event you will learn how to:
  • Promote the successes of your institution
  • Find first rate collaborators
  • Manage all of the assets of the research process
Register now!

Hear the ideas on the changing landscape from the people leading the way: 

  • Christine Borgman, Professor and Presidential Chair for Information Studies at the University of California, will speak to the challenges and opportunities for active research data management, and for better collaboration and discovery tools for more specialized research data.

  • Richard Hulser, Chief Librarian, Natural History Museum, Los Angeles County, will speak on how his institution uses altmetrics to track their research outputs.

  • Timo Hannay, Managing Director of Digital Science, will share his global perspective on how the modes of scholarly communication are evolving to better support collaboration and discovery.

  • Euan Adie, Founder of Altmetric, will discuss the opportunities for collaboration and showcasing which are gained from social, news and public policy attention.

  • Mark Hahnel, Founder of figshare, will speak about the new institutional figshare offering which allows researchers to publish, control and share their research data and build productive collaborations.

  • Ashlea Higgs, Co-Founder of UberResearch, will show how researcher profiles and IDs can be enriched with the funding awards that enabled the research.

  • Tim Alby, Software Developer at Overleaf, will discuss how cloud-based scientific writing tools facilitate improved local and international collaboration.

Spaces are limited. Register now
This is a one day event from 9am - 5pm including talks & interactive group discussions. A cocktail reception will follow.

Who should attend?
Executive, DVCR, University Librarians, Research Office Representatives, Administrators, Directors, Repository Managers and anyone interested in research management. 

I'm really looking forward to seeing you there, so please do register for free above.

Best regards,
Kortney Capretta
Digital Science