You, there, the Bay Area researcher! How will you increase the citations and visibility of your work? Not alone, is the answer!
Open Access Week is coming—with a 2015 focus on collaboration—and you are invited to a special event to discuss ways in which you can give your research a boost by working together and sharing what you do. We have a number of terrific speakers lined up who will share insights and information about the tools for and practical advantages of open science.
On the Program
During your time with us, we will serve you tasty snacks and drinks, plus have an array of free branded items for you to choose from!
Lenny Teytelman from Protocols.io, will be our genial moderator for the evening. He will be making sure the following topics get presented during short lightning talks, and that our speakers keep to time:
- Realtime open science on Thinklab & the horrors of data copyright
- Daniel Himmelstein, PhD candidate, UCSF Biological & Medical Informatics Program
- The relationship between collaboration and citation
- Stephanie Dawson, ScienceOpen
- Open and Collaborative peer review for scholarly communication and scientific progress
- Rich Schneider, PhD, Associate Professor, UCSF Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
- All matters Wikipedia: from WikiGate to the WikiProject Medicine
Neil Christensen, Collabra and Amin Azzam, MD, Associate Professor, UCSF Department of Psychiatry
- Making yourself visible online: how to promote your research
Laurence Bianchini, MyScienceWork
- The open access citation advantage: Is there a real effect?
William Gunn, Mendeley
- Publish or perish: How to avoid predatory publishers and conferences in your quest for visibility
Marcus Banks, and Anneliese Taylor, UCSF Library
- Citing software for academic credit Mackenzie Smith, University Librarian, UC Davis
After the round of lightning talks, we’ll have a lively “Ask Us Anything” session with everyone in attendance, so come with your curiosity and your questions and join the conversation!
Co-organized and sponsored by: