Please join us for Crossref LIVE16. Building on the success of our traditional annual meetings but taking things a step further.
Everyone is welcome - researchers, editors, journal production people, publishing execs, librarians, funders, and that goes for Crossref members as well as just the metadata-curious. Come one, come all.
Tuesday 1st November, from 12:00 pm - MASHUP DAY
An afternoon of interactive activities including mingling with the Crossref team and special guests, trying out our services, live troubleshooting, and exclusive previews of some exciting things we're working on. There will be a range of activities from participative group sessions to geeking out on metadata, from spaces for interrogating experts to 1:1 meetings to quiet corners for quick questions. Plus entertainment and refreshments at an early evening reception.
Wednesday 2nd November, from 8:30 am - 6:30 pm - CONFERENCE DAY
A full day plenary program starting with the business details and results of the board votes. Join us for breakfast at 8:30 am and plan to spend the day. We will provide the most important updates about our services, and share our vision and strategies for the future and some sneak previews of what we’re working on for 2017, as well as some exciting guest speakers:
Ian Calvert, Senior Data Scientist, Digital Science
April Hathcock, Scholarly Communications Librarian, NYU
Carly Strasser, Program Officer, Gordon & Betty Moore Foundation
Dario Taraborelli, Head of Research, Wikimedia Foundation
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