The ‘early-bird’ registration discount for the 2023 Researcher to Reader Conference is closing at the end of November, so it makes sense to register in the next couple of days, even for people who are not yet sure they want to participate, as securing the discount is totally risk-free; registered delegates can cancel for a full refund anytime until the end of January.
The Programme has already been announced, but we can now name all four of the debaters: Steven Heffner (IEEE), Catriona MacCallum (Hindawi), Dr Malvika Sharan (Alan Turing Institute) and Dr Karin Wulf (Brown University). We can also announce an additional panel, discussing the new ways that societies are leveraging scholarly meetings to generate revenue and extend their mission.
Details of our workshop choices will be announced soon, but the topics to be explored are likely to be:
- Improving communication of SDG-related research to policymakers
- Supporting authors with open access books requirements
- Furthering open research through better understanding of funder mandates
- Supporting spokespeople and allies in diversity, equity, inclusion and access
- Developing integrity tools and training to support researchers
The full Conference Programme, with session and speaker details, is available on the Conference website.
We are currently evaluating and signing up our online platform and our AV team, to make sure that the meeting is not just crammed with interesting content, but also offers a top-quality, fully-live and highly interactive experience for both online and physical participants, as usual.
People can register via the website now, to take advantage of the November ‘early-bird’ rates.
28 November 2022