infoDOCKET reports that “The LIBER Citizen Science Working Group is pleased to announce the publication of the first section of their Citizen Science for Research Libraries Guide, a four-part book series.
The guide is designed to be a practical toolbox to help run a citizen science project. It has been put together from contributions by members of the research library community and has been thoroughly peer-reviewed…”
MORE LIBRARY AND PUBLISHING NEWS FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES
CONFERENCES, MEETINGS, & WEBINARS
- RESEARCHER TO READER – FULLY-INTERACTIVE HYBRID CONFERENCE – 22-23 FEBRUARY 2022 – Welcome to the Researcher to Reader Conference, a collaborative gathering which aims to be the premier forum for discussion of the international scholarly communications ecosystem – bringing knowledge from the Researcher to the Reader. The Conference normally takes place in London each February; the 2021 Conference was adapted to be a live and fully-interactive online experience for all participants, and the 2022 Conference is planned to be a hybrid event.
The next Conference will be on 22-23 February 2022. The Call for Papers is open throughout July & August, and Conference REGISTRATION will open in October.
- Free Research Information webinar series starts Monday! This Monday sees the first of three free webinars from Research Information, on different topics around scholarly communications. They are:
1. 29 November, 3pm UK time: Academic publishing and a quest for diversity
2. 2 December, 3pm UK time: Sustainable development goals and scholarly communications
3. 6 December, 3pm UK time: Are hybrid events here to stay?