Call for topics now open for UKSG Forum 2016 - deadline Friday 27 May Maria Campbell 26 Apr 2016 09:07 UTC
The theme of the UKSG Forum 2016 is 'The innovation game: breaking the rules'.
UKSG invites submissions of short papers to be presented at the 2016 Forum taking place on Wednesday 16 November in London (UK). The standard mode of delivery at the UKSG Forum is a seven-minute 'Lightning Talk'. All proposed papers should be deliverable in this format.
Please follow the link http://www.uksg.org/event/Forum2016/callforpapers and submit your idea today.
Supporting UKSG's mission 'to connect the knowledge community and encourage the exchange of ideas on scholarly communication', the UKSG Forum offers the ideal opportunity for professionals in the information community to share their ideas, insights and innovative projects.
The UKSG Forum delegates are highly motivated and interested in all aspects of scholarly communications: content formats, new business models, workflows, user engagement, text and data mining, metrics, labs and more! Whether you are a Librarian, Publisher, Technology Vendor, Content/Service Provider or Consultant, UKSG Forum delegates would love to hear about your innovative practices and projects and to share their feedback.
We are looking for short, informative, radical and entertaining sessions that will highlight innovation in its many different guises in the sector.
Please note that proposals must be received by Friday 27 May, and we aim to let you know by the end of July 2016 whether or not your proposal has been accepted.
Thank you for your attention.
** with apologies for cross-posting **
On behalf of Yann Amouroux and
UKSG Forum 2016 Working Group
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