Scholarly communication is steadily moving towards an open environment through open access publishing, self-archiving and increased transparency around the work that goes into scholarly research outputs. Learn about new forms of publishing such as micropublications, null and data results, registered research reports and preprints, and how tools like ORCID and social media can help shape and promote your online scholarly identity.
By the end of this workshop, learners will be able to:
Instructor: Veronique Kiermer, PhD, Executive Editor for PLOS
Veronique Kiermer joined the publisher PLOS in 2015 as Executive Editor, responsible for editorial and content direction and vision for the PLOS suite of journals. Prior to PLOS, Veronique was Director of Author and Reviewer Services for Nature Publishing Group (NPG) where she oversaw the Nature journals research integrity and editorial policies. She also focused on the author and reviewer experience across the publishing portfolio of NPG. Veronique was the founding Chief Editor of Nature Methods and subsequently took on publishing responsibility for the title and other online products. In 2010 she became Executive Editor, NPG, overseeing editorial policies and editorial quality assurance for Nature and the Nature journals. Veronique obtained her PhD in molecular biology from the Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium and completed postdoctoral work at UCSF.
This workshop is part of a series on Biomedical Reproducibility, other workshops in this series include:
Thursday, October 3 at 3:30pm to 5:00pm
Mission Hall, MH 1400
550 16th St, San Francisco, CA 94158