RedLink Returns as R2R Bronze Sponsor

RedLink RegisteredWe are very pleased to be able to announce that RedLink has returned as a Bronze Sponsor for the 2019 Researcher to Reader Conference.

RedLink is an independent data company offering powerful, intuitive dashboards for libraries and publishers, unique sales prospecting engines for publishers, and editorial engagement tools for editors, authors, and readers.

We are very grateful for RedLink’s renewed support, helping to keep  the Conference affordable for all members of the scholarly communications community.

No-risk registration is open for the 2019 Conference, on 25-26 February in London.

Mark Carden
5 December 2018

Ringgold Sponsors R2R Yet Again

lRinggold logo1000x250We are delighted to announce that Ringgold is returning as a sponsor of the Researcher to Reader Conference again for 2019.  Ringgold was our first ever sponsor, and they reliably and enthusiastically renew their sponsorship every year.

Ringgold provides quality, curated organizational IDs with rich metadata to power interoperability across scholarly communications.

We are very grateful for Ringgold’s continuing support, as this helps to make the Conference affordable for all members of the scholarly communications community.

No-risk registration is open for the 2019 Conference, on 25-26 February in London.

Mark Carden
4 December 2018

 

HighWire to be Gold Sponsor of R2R

A-HighWireLogo-transparentWe are delighted to announce that HighWire will be the Gold Sponsor for the 2019 Researcher to Reader Conference.  This is a unique position, as we only invite one organisation to be the Gold Sponsor for each Conference.

HighWire helps publishers and their customers continuously improve online access and discoverability, enhance engagement and usability, and develop and grow new revenue streams.

We are grateful for HighWires’s continuing support – they were also a generous sponsor of the 2018 Conference – as this helps to make the Conference affordable for all members of the scholarly communications community.

Early-bird discounted pricing for the 2019 Conference, on 25-26 February in London, is available until the end of November.

Mark Carden
29 November 2018

Atypon Renews Commitment To R2R

 

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We are delighted to announce that Atypon is reaffirming its long-standing support for Researcher to Reader by continuing to be a Silver Sponsor of the Conference for 2019.

Atypon develops publishing technologies for getting mission-critical content into the hands of the practitioners and researchers who need it most. Literatum, Atypon’s online publishing and website development platform, gives content providers easy-to-use and automated tools to manage, market, and monetize every type of content that they distribute.

We are grateful for Atypon’s continuing support – they were our first ever Silver Sponsor back in 2016 – as this helps to make the Conference affordable for all members of the scholarly communications community.

Early-bird discounted pricing for the 2019 Conference, on 25-26 February in London, is available until the end of November.

Mark Carden
28 November 2018

Ingenta Continues Sponsorship of R2R

IngentaWe are delighted to announce that Ingenta is continuing its past support for Researcher to Reader by becoming a Silver Sponsor of the 2019 Conference.

Ingenta is one of the leading providers of content solutions to publishers. Drawing on over 40 years of industry experience, Ingenta helps to simplify, manage, promote and deliver content.

We are grateful for Ingenta’s continuing support, which helps to make the Conference affordable for all members of the scholarly communications community.

Early-bird discounted pricing for the 2019 Conference is available until the end of November.

Mark Carden
26 November 2018

 

 

R2R Sci-Hub Debate to Continue Despite Changes

The 2019 Researcher to Reader Conference Programme includes an innovative debate about the status of Sci-Hub in helping or harming the scholarly communications community.  Unfortunately one of our debaters, Andrew Pitts, Managing Director at Publisher Solutions International, has dropped out of this session, but the debate will still take place and we will be announcing a suitable replacement shortly.

Mark Carden
26 November 2018

James Evans Confirmed as R2R Speaker

James Evans 03We are very excited to announce the return of Professor James Evans as a speaker at the 2019 Researcher to Reader Conference.  Professor Evans got rave reviews at R2R 2016 when he showed how a statistical analysis of research papers can reveal profound insights into researcher behaviours and motivations. For 2019 he is proposing to focus on how we can use information from thousands of scholarly articles to forecast the robustness and replicability of findings. It should be a wild ride of startling and data-driven insights.

Mark Carden
5 November 2018