This page includes information about Wiley's program of events, as well as links to relevant events and training programs offered by major industry organizations.
Openness and Transparency in Scholarly Communication
Pittsburgh, PA, USA
29 October 2014, 4:30pm-6:00pm EDT
Carnegie Mellon’s Dean of Libraries, Keith Webster will moderate the panel discussion "The Challenge of Openness and Transparency in Scholarly Communication" as an extension of Open Access Week 2014. Wiley's Rachel Burley, VP and Director of Open Access will take part alongside Maryann Martone, Force11, Peter Binfield, PeerJ, and Jennifer Lin, Public Library of Science. This event will also be streamed live.
For more information and to register, visit Carnegie Mellon’s website.
Charleston, SC, USA
5 – 8 November 2014
The 34th Charleston Conference is a gathering of librarians, publishers, electronic resource managers, consultants, and vendors of library materials, this year with the theme of the “Importance of Being Earnest.” Wiley colleagues will be participating in three sessions on Friday, November 7. Lisa Nachtigall, Director of Digital Book Sales Development, will chair a session on "Evidence Based Collection Models: Not Your Traditional DDA" (14:15) and will take part in "Sustainability, not Profitability: the Future of Scholarly Monographs and STL" (11:30). Todd Toler, VP, Digital Product Management will take part in "Empowering Data in Scholarly Publishing" (12.45).
For more information and to register, visit the Charleston Conference website.
CrossRef Annual Meeting
11-12 November 2014
The 2014 CrossRef Annual meeting will focus on the importance of promoting rapid data sharing, and improving peer reviews. Workshops will include a CrossCheck User Group Meeting with a representative from iParadigms. The meetings will also be streamed live.
For more information and to register, visit CrossRef.org
15-17 November 2014
The Student and Early Career Researcher Conference on Open Access, Open Education and Open Data (OpenCon) will bring together students and early career researchers from across the world to learn about the issues, develop critical skills, and return home ready to catalyze action toward a more open system for sharing the world’s information — from scholarly and scientific research, to educational materials, to digital data.
For more information and to register, visit OpenCon2014.org
NEICON International Conference
16-23 November 2014
The National Electronic-information Consortium (NEICON) will discuss the role of the Russian and foreign electronic information resources and services, their creation and efficient use in realization of the state policy at raising the standards of the Russian education and science, quality of Russian research publications, development of the Russian scholarly periodicals and increase of their share in the world scientific information.
For more information and to register, visit NEICON’s website, which is viewable in Russian and English.
London Info International
24-25 November 2014
See new product showcases, participate in speed networking, and hear inspirational presentations by international thought leaders highlighting new content, technology and research that will influence information and knowledge in 2015.
Visit London Info International for more information and to register.