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 soon. Save the date for next yea'rs annual meeting - November 17 & 18 in the Boston area.
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.
The CrossRef Annual Meeting was held on Wednesday, November 12, and included CrossRef updates, compelling industry speakers and concluded with a cocktail reception.
Data That's Fast, Data That Lasts
Laurie Goodman, Editor-in-Chief of GigaScience, discussed the importance of citing data and making it persistently available. 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 each addressed a different system--different from the traditional peer review of the past, and different from each other.
The roster included:
Our closing keynote speaker was Richard Jefferson, from Cambia. His talk focused on impact and innovation and was entitled Innovation Cartography: Creating impact from scholarly research requires maps not metrics.
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