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Taylor & Francis Scholarly Summit, Washington DC

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United States Institute of Peace

2301 Constitution Avenue Northwest

Washington, DC 20037

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The Taylor & Francis Scholarly Summit is a free-to-attend event, offering the opportunity to discuss the key issues facing journal editors and learned societies, and network with industry leaders & innovators, fellow editors, early career researchers, learned society representatives and Taylor & Francis colleagues.

This full day event will be organised around the theme ‘Fit for the future: the science and art of research communication’. There will be a program of speakers from leading organizations addressing the latest developments in scholarly publishing and research communication, and wide-ranging panel discussions on innovation, challenges, and best practices. It promises to be a day packed with sharing, networking and mentoring.

The event will take place from 9.30am to 4pm, including the following sessions:

  • Plenary address - Storytelling: sense-making and science communication - Liz Neeley, Executive Director, Story Collider
  • Research integrity for Social Sciences & Humanities with Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) - Deborah Poff, Vice Chair and Chair-Elect, and Michael Magoulias, Council Member, COPE
  • Poster session - Journal development case studies
  • Using systems to manage reviewers - Katherine Robson, Editorial Systems Manager - Peer Review, Taylor & Francis
  • ORCID update - Alice Meadows, Director of Communications, ORCID
  • Open scholarship in social sciences and humanities - Caroline Sutton, Head of Development, Taylor & Francis
  • 'Sharing your experiences' mentoring session - Intro. by Maddie Long, Vitae 3MT winner

There are a limited number of spaces available for this event, so please register today to secure your place. We look forward to meeting you in November.

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United States Institute of Peace

2301 Constitution Avenue Northwest

Washington, DC 20037

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