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Recent and upcoming presentations. Links are to areas where I have gathered relevant resources together including slides, video, audio, and notes taken by myself or others. If you would like me to give a talk along the lines of anything here feel free to contact me as detailed here.

Upcoming presentations

  1. What’s in it for me? Research evaluation in the digital age. Panel with Mari Williams, Jeremy Frey, Giles Carden, Nick Barnes, Science Online London, 2 September 2011
  2. I need to publish more and read less! How new platforms will enable you to publish more effectively while reducing information overload. 6th Munin Conference, Tromsø, Norway, 22-23 November 2011

Past presentations (in reverse date order)

  1. Open Research, Pipedream or already here? Open Knowledge Congress, Berlin, 30 June 2011 [slides]
  2. Technical, Cultural, and Legal Infrastructure to Support Effective Open Scientific Communication, OAI7, Geneva, 22-24 June 2011 [audio]
  3. PhD Futures 2011, Salford, 21 June 2011
  4. Re-use as Impact: How re-assessing what we mean by “impact” can support improving the return on public investment, develop open research practice, and widen engagement, Altmetrics Workshop, WebScience 2011, Koblenz
  5. Best practice in Science and Coding: Holding up a mirror.Astronomy, Oxford, 5 April 2011
  6. The gatekeeper is dead! Long live the gatekeeper! UKSG annual meeting, Harrogate, 4 April 2011 [video]
  7. Re-imagining scientific communication for the 21st Century: Is chemistry low hanging fruit or the worst-case scenario? ACS Spring Meeting, Anaheim, 29 March 2011 (by video)
  8. Webtracks: Building a federated science web one link at a time, JISC Managing Research Data Meeting, Birmingham, 29 March 2011 [slides]
  9. Thinking like the web, Smart Labs Exchange, Berlin, 2 March 2011
  10. Getting there faster: How neutron scattering can help, Lund University-ESS Seminar Series, Lund, 25 Feburary 2011
  11. The gatekeeper is dead! Long live the gatekeeper! STM Innovation Seminar, London 3 December 2011 [slides, video]
  12. It’s not filter failure, it’s a discovery deficit, Sydney University, 19 November 2010
  13. It’s not filter failure, it’s a discovery deficit, RLUK Conference 2010, Edinburgh, 11 November 2010
  14. Where do we need to get to? And how do we get there from here? Research Information Network: Transitions in Scholarly Publishing, London, 11 October 2010 [Reactions: JISC Research Communications Strategy, Cristina Cost – knowmansland.com/blog]
  15. The future of search and discovery: Empowering researchers to accelerate science, Webinar with Judson Dunham (Elsevier) [Recording onlineSlides] 8 September 2010
  16. What has the public ever done for us? June Tech Meet, London, 18 June 2010 [Slides]
  17. Information overload or filter failure? Society for General Microbiology, Edinburgh, 30 March 2010
  18. Now, about that filter: Managing scientific information overload on the web, National Federation of Advanced Information Services, Philadelphia, 28 February 2010
  19. Science in the Open. Science Commons Symposium –Pacific Northwest, Redmond 20 February 2010
  20. Science in the Open: What can be done? What should be done? Rome International Science Festival, Rome, 4 January 2010
  21. Google Wave: Ripple or Tsunami? IT Futures Meeting 2009, Edinburgh, 15 December 2009
  22. Science in the Open: What can be done? What should be done? And where will it take us? Fourth Portugal Open Access Conference, Braga, 26 November 2009
  23. Capturing process: Promise and challenges, Department of Computer Science, Newcastle University, 15 October 2009
  24. The web as a tool rather than a threat, Department of Genetics, University of Leicester, 14 October 2009
  25. Open Data: What can we do? What should we do? And is there any point? Centre for Science, Ethics, and Innovation, University of Manchester, 13 October 2009
  26. Science in the Open: A personal view of doing open notebook science, German Chemical Society Meeting, Frankfurt, 1 September 2009
  27. A Web Native Research Record: Applying the best of the web to the laboratory notebook. Science 2.0, Software Carpentry Course, Toronto, 29 July 2009
  28. Science in Society, NESTA Crucible Workshop, Lancaster, 27 June 2009
  29. Oh, you’re that Cameron Neylon: Why effective identity management is critical to the development of open research, Eduserv Symposium 2009 – Evolution or revolution: The future of identity and access management for research, London, 21 May 2009
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