How does the proliferation of new researcher tools affect libraries and publishers?
This webinar will look at the question of how emerging new trends in researcher tools influence and affect the academic support services offered by research libraries, as well as author services offered by publishers. Bianca Kramer and Jeroen Bosman, both from Utrecht University, will start the webinar by sharing the key takeaways from their recent survey “101 Innovations in Scholarly Communications”, which maps out what kind of new tools are most popular amongst researchers today.
Drawing on her experience of developing and launching a Research Portal at CUHK's inaugural Open Access Day, as well as implementing the University's first Digital Repository, our third speaker Dr. Louisa Lam from The Chinese University of Hong Kong Library will share her insights into research support from an Asian perspective.
Finally, Dan Penny from Springer Nature will share his thoughts on how author services are changing to optimize the impact and speed of publication, that is, in light of today’s new breed of researcher tools.
Thursday the 2nd February
9:30 - 10:30 am CET
Please refer to the recorded session and the presentation slides for further information.
1 hour incl. Q&A
After this webinar you should have a better understanding of: