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A collaborative 1-day forum for publishers, librarians and academics.
Monday 3 December, London Art House
Building on the success of the inaugural event in 2017, this one day conference provides a unique environment for the three stakeholder groups within scholarly communication – publishers, librarians and academics – to discuss the issues they face in the creation, dissemination and use of scholarly research
The forum is organised by Research Information magazine, in partnership with Info International.
Who should attend?
This one-day conference will use the results of an industry survey (Challenges in Scholarly Publishing 2018) as the starting point for a day of interactive workshops – with each delegate attending focused sessions on publisher, librarian and academic perspectives.
Delegates will have a unique opportunity to learn from other stakeholder groups, and take away practical strategic and operational action points back to their own institution.All delegates will receive a copy of the full survey results on the day, as well as the opportunity to view the results online a few days before the event to help prepare.
The day will provide invaluable insight for those in the scholarly publishing community seeking to strengthen collaborative links with other stakeholder representatives, and a unique opportunity to spend face-to-face time with those from ‘the other side of the fence’ – whether you’re an academic, a librarian, a publisher, or a service provider.
Scholarly Communications Subject Specialist, JISC
Director of Publishing, Microbiology Society
Doctoral researcher, Bath Spa University and the British Library
Conference Themes & Programme
Below you will find information on the speakers confirmed so far for CISPC 2018. Please be aware that this page is frequently updated, so please check back regularly!
Publisher, Research Information
Prof. Jeremy Frey
Professor of Physical Chemistry, University of Southampton
Conference Chair, and Editor of Research Information
Research Consultant, Stuart Information Research
Scholarly Communications Manager, University of Manchester
Principle, Kasdorf and Associates
Delegate Rates & Sponsorship
Individual Delegate Rates
Publishers and Service Providers – £250
Librarians and Academics – £100
What’s Included in the Delegate Rate:
• Participation in all sessions
• Advance copy of Challenges in Scholarly Publishing Cycle Survey Report
• Refreshments on arrival and in two networking breaks
• 3-course hot buffet lunch
London Art House 2-18 Britannia Row Islington, London N1 8PA
The London Art House is the brainchild of a Slade trained fine artist/ theatre designer and a psychologist. Together they have been able to activate the brains feel-good chemicals through the psychological effect of colour to ensure customers feel inspired, engaged and relaxed. Using this specialist knowledge, in conjunction with extraordinary artistic techniques, brings each room to life, capturing the particular style, texture and colour combinations of famous artists, art eras or specific paintings. All rooms have been adorned with beautiful furniture, lighting effects and water features to create a visual feast.Getting there