R2R Announces Lightning Talks

The 2023 Researcher to Reader Conference, which will take place as a hybrid event in London and Online on 21-22 February, will include several ‘Lightning Talks’. These are short presentations given by Conference delegates during the breaks in the main programme.  The planned Lightning Talks are likely to include the following:

Streamlining Routes from Discovery to Access
– Hylke Koers
   ♦ Chief Information Officer at STM

Publishing XML – The First Step Towards Openness
– Dr Kaveh Bazargan
   ♦ Director at River Valley Technologies

Streamline Submission Checklists Using Process Automation
– Andrew Walker
   ♦ Director at TaskAdept

Author Services
– Kurtis Jackson
   ♦ Head of English Editing at MDPI

Supporting Authors to Succeed
– Hazel Newton
   ♦ Director, Research Solutions at Springer Nature

The Multi-Faceted Researcher/Reader
– Zoe Wake Hyde
   ♦ Communty Development Manager at HCommons

Supporting Academic Authors Through Project Stages
– Christine Tully
   ♦ President, Defend&Publish

Strengthening Scientific Integrity Through a Cross-stakeholder Approach
– Dr Leslie McIntosh
   ♦ CEO at Ripeta

What Scholcomm Professionals Need To Know
– Will Cross
   ♦ Director of the Open Knowledge Center at North Carolina State University

Publishing Partnerships: Shared Values, Shared Success
– Robyn Mugridge
   ♦ Head of Publishing Partnerships at Frontiers

Unmasking the Secret Life of Reviewers
– Alice Ellingham
   ♦ Director at Editorial Office

Embracing and Accelerating an Open Access Future
– Hannah Barnsley
   ♦ Strategic Programme Manager at the Royal Society of Chemistry

Solving Editorial Challenges with the Aries Ecosystem of Connected Tools
– Jason De Boer
   ♦ Business Development and Partnerships Manager at Aries Systems

AI-Driven Search Engines for Scholarly Literature
– Marydee Ojala
   ♦ Editor at Information Today

More information will be available in the complete downloadable Conference programme, which will be published via the Programme page of the Conference website next week.

Registrations for the 2023 R2R Conference are currently open, with generous discounts available for librarians, academics and concessions.

Mark Carden
31 January 2023