Ringgold First Sponsor for 2018 Conference

Click to visit the Ringgold websiteWe are very pleased to announce that once again, Ringgold is the first sponsor to sign up to support the forthcoming Researcher to Reader Conference.

Ringgold have renewed their sponsorship of the WiFi at the Conference, which will be taking place at BMA House in London on 26 & 27 February 2018.

Registration will open on 1 October 2017.

Other attractive sponsorship packages are also available; please contact us for details.

Mark Carden
18 August 2017

Editorial Office Becomes a Bronze Sponsor

eo-logo_whiteWe are thrilled to announce that Editorial Office, the provider of professional peer review services to scholarly publishers and societies, has become a Bronze Sponsor of the Researcher to Reader Conference for 2017.

The Conference will take place at BMA House in London on 20 & 21 February 2017, and there are still a few places available: https://r2rconf.com/registration/

Mark Carden
9 February 2017

 

 

Turnitin becomes an R2R Sponsor

turnitin-unofficialWe are very pleased to announce that Turnitin has become a Bronze sponsor of the 2017 Researcher to Reader Conference.   Turnitin provides instructors with the tools to engage students in the writing process,
provide personalized feedback, and assess student progress over time. Turnitin is used by more than 30 million students at 15,000 institutions in 150 countries.

The Conference will take place at BMA House in London on 20 & 21 February 2017, and there are still a few places available: https://r2rconf.com/registration/

Mark Carden
7 February 2017

Anthony Watkinson joins R2R Advisory Board

anthony-watkinsonWe are delighted to announce that Anthony Watkinson, Principal Consultant at CIBER Research, is joining the Researcher to Reader Conference Advisory Board for 2017 and 2018.

Anthony Watkinson has spent most of his career in scholarly publishing, including being Editorial Director at Academic Press London and Head of Journals at Oxford University Press.  He is now a self-employed consultant with a portfolio of projects and on-going positions. He is currently principal consultant to CIBER Research which he co-founded at City University in 2002. Anthony was for six years a visiting professor in the department of information science at City University London, he has been a part-time senior lecturer in the Department of information studies, and is now an honorary lecturer at University College London. He has also been director of information and training for the International Association of STM Publishers, where he ran intensive journals courses in Europe and Asia. He has also been a consultant to the Publishers Association. Anthony is a director and plenary chair of the Charleston Conference and co-organiser of the annual Fiesole Retreats.

Mark Carden
18 January 2017