Thank you to all who attended our annual meeting in London. We had a record turnout and a great group of speakers this year. We recorded most of the sessions and will post links to the recordings here by early December. Save the date for next yea'rs annual meeting - November 17 & 18 in the Boston area.
2014 CrossRef Workshops - Agenda
The CrossRef Workshops covered technical, operational and workflow issues and was held on Tuesday, 11 November.
The workshops included a CrossCheck User Group Meeting with a representative from iParadigms and a Books Interest Group meeting.
2014 CrossRef Annual Meeting - Agenda
The CrossRef Annual Meeting will be held on Wednesday, November 12, from 8:30 AM to 6:15 PM and will include CrossRef updates, compelling industry speakers and will conclude with a cocktail reception.
This year's program will include:
Data That's Fast, Data That Lasts
Laurie Goodman, Editor-in-Chief of GigaScience, will discuss the importance of citing data and making it persistently available. She has stories too, showing the risks and rewards of rapid data sharing--even before peer review and publication. Her talk will be entitled Ways and Needs to Promote Rapid Data Sharing.
Peer Review: New Methods and Models
Recently, a raft of innovative peer review models have been floated and are charting new waters. Our speakers will eachaddress a different system--different from the traditional peer review of the past, and different from each other.
The roster includes:
Our closing keynote speaker will be Richard Jefferson, from Cambia. His talk will focus on impact and innovation and will be entitled Innovation Cartography: Creating impact from scholarly research requires maps not metrics.
A cocktail reception will follow.
View details of our past meetings in the annual meeting archive. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.