Visibility: building online scholarly presence

Friday, October 26, 2012
University Library Uithof, Heidelberglaan 3, Utrecht

http://www.uu.nl/university/library/EN/about/symposia/Pages/2012_programme.aspx

 

9.00 Registration and coffee
Mezzanine
9.30 Keynote lecture: Online AND visible, Alma Swan
BoothzaalAlma Swan is a consultant working in the field of scholarly communication. She is a director of Key Perspectives Ltd, Director of European Advocacy Programmes for SPARC and holds honorary academic positions in theUniversity of Southampton School of Electronics & Computer Science and theUniversity of Warwick Business School.Online AND visible
Be online or be invisible – so far, so sensible. But there’s online and online. It’s worth picking this issue apart, because some kinds of online presence are not nearly so effective as others. Alma Swan will describe some of the things that are happening in research communication, and why she thinks it won’t stop there. The web offers huge opportunities to do things better, more systematically, more effectively, more cheaply. Alma Swan will give an overview of the opportunities for researchers and the benefits that accrue from taking those opportunities.
10.15 Short coffee break
Mezzanine
10.30 Workshops, morning session
Out of a number of 16 workshops each participant can choose a maximum of 3 workshops. Each workshop will take exactly 20 munites. See the overview of workshops below. A detailed schedule will be available on the day of the symposium at the registration desk.
12.00 Lunch
Mezzanine/ brug
During the lunch break several activities will take place.
13.30 Workshops, afternoon session
Out of a number of 16 workshops each participant can choose a maximum of 3 workshops. Each workshop will take exactly 20 minutes.
See the overview of workshops below. A detailed schedule will be available on the day of the symposium at the registration desk.
15.00 Refreshments
Mezzanine
15.15 Wrap up workshops
Boothzaal
15.45 Closing speech
Boothzaal
16.00 Drinks

 

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