Is your society ready for the open research revolution?
Roundtable Discussion: 1st March at 8am PST | 11am EST | 4pm GMT
The open research future is here.
Join us in a roundtable discussion on the future of open research and the opportunities for your society and members.
With the implementation of open research mandates such as Plan S and increasing calls for reproducibility and transparency in research, the future of research is more open than ever.
Join us for a roundtable discussion with open access publishing experts from Taylor & Francis and F1000Research, as well as special guest Ashley Farley from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, as we discuss open research and what it means for learned societies. We'll give you a brief overview of the various components of open research, including data sharing, prepublication open peer review, and open access, as well as the ways open research can benefit societies and their members.
In this roundtable discussion, our experts will be giving a brief introduction to the below topics, each followed by a period of discussion where you can ask your questions or express your concerns:
- The importance of open research
- Open data and data sharing
- Open peer review
- Alternative article types and the benefits of these
- Ashley Farley, Open Access Advocate and Program Officer of Knowledge & Research Services at The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will discuss her experiences of open research.
Join us for a digital roundtable
Time: 8am PST | 11am EST | 4pm GMT
Register for the roundtable to learn more about open research and discuss with a group of peers and experts.
Meet the Speakers
Liz Allen is Director of Strategic Initiatives at F1000Research and leads on shaping new initiatives and partnerships to foster open research publishing.
Matthew Cannon is Head of Open Research for Taylor & Francis Journals. He focuses on increasing the reproducibility and transparency of research through journal level policies and workflows.
Ashley Farley is an Associate Program Officer of Knowledge and Research Services at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. In this capacity, she leads the foundation’s Open Access Policy implementation and associated initiatives (now including cOAlition S/Plan S alignment). This includes overseeing the work of Gates Open Research, a transparent and revolutionary publishing platform. This work has sparked a passion for open access, believing that open knowledge has the power to improve and save lives.