Announcing the programme for this year’s Research Hive Seminars!
Full details of each of the seminars and booking links are on the Library website
This year’s topics include Open Access, peer review, the future of the book and research data. We have some excellent speakers this year, and Michael Farthing will be opening the series with a discussion on scholarly attribution.
The seminars are open to everyone engaged in, or supporting, the research process at Sussex, and take place in the Library second floor meeting room at lunchtime on alternate Thursdays throughout the spring term. A sandwich lunch is provided, and booking is necessary.
17th January – What is an author? Good authorship practices across the disciplines
– Michael Farthing, Vice Chancellor, University of Sussex
31st January – The future of the book in the digital age
– Kiren Shoman, Executive Director, Books Editorial, SAGE
– Ellen Collins, Research Officer, Research Information Network
14th February – Why share your research data?
28th February – What next for Open Access post-Finch?
– Cameron Neylon, Director of Advocacy, PLOS
14th March – Peer pressure: the changing role of peer review
– Maria Kowalczuk, Deputy Biology Editor, BioMed Central
– Martin Eve, Lecturer, University of Lincoln, and editor of Orbit: Writing around Pynchon
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