Beyond the PDF2 Program

Satellite events

The following events have been organized by attendees at Beyond the PDF2, in addition to the main program:

1)  Brown bag lunch, Wednesday March 20th:  Approaches to audiovisual media in the scholarly body

2)  Break out groups:  Making It Happen (Wednesday, March 20th-details to follow).

Approaches to audiovisual media in the scholarly body

Satellite Session:  Approaches to audiovisual media in the scholarly body

Related to session: New models for content creation: text, data and multimedia

Time:  Wednesday, March 20th, lunch

Location:  Breakout room

Context

Session:  eScholarship in Context

Session organizers: Laura Czerniewicz and Michelle Willmers

When:  Tues, March 19th 11:00-11:30

New publishing models, products and services do not manifest in a vacuum, but in a multiplicity of contexts where critical considerations shape how they play out. The session will review the key contextual considerations pertaining to changing scholarly communication systems and tools considering:

New models for content creation: text, data and multimedia

Session:  New models for content creation:  text, data and multimedia

Session Organizer:  Tim Clark

Time:  Tuesday, March 19th, 11:15-13:00

New models for content dissemination and review

Session: New models for content dissemination and review

Session organizer: Jason Priem

When: Tues, March 19th 14:00-15:30

The Business Case

Session:  The Business Case

Session Organizers:  Cameron Neylon and Anita de Waard

Time:  Tuesday, March 19th 16:00-17:30

Demos

Session:  Demos & Dinner at Beyond the PDF 2

Time:  Tuesday Evening from 18:00 - 21:00

Description:  Have dinner and see the newest tech and ideas for changing scholarly communication with over 40 demonstrations and posters. Listed below

Demonstrations

New models for evaluation for research and researchers

Session:  New models for evaluation for research and researchers

Session organizers:  Carole Goble

When:  Wed, March 20th 13:00-14:30

 

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Beyond the PDF2 Program