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CINF Call for Papers deadline extended to Friday 10/24 - Defining Value in ScholComms

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From: Sara Rouhi <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Tue, 21 Oct 2014 20:55:17 -0700

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Hi all,

Still have a proposal in mind you didn't have time to pull together?
Good news -- we've extended until this Friday, October 24.

The details of the symposium are below. Please forward to any
interested colleagues. We look forward to seeing your proposals!

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The CINF Division of the ACS invites proposals for a symposium at the
March 22-26 ACS National Meeting in Denver: Defining 'Value' in
Scholarly Communications: Evolving Ways of Evaluating Impact on
Science

DEADLINE EXTENDED: October 24, 2014

SUBMIT HERE: http://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/meetings/spring-2015.html

With the shift to digital workflows for online publication, the
expansion of research into a worldwide multidisciplinary undertaking,
the explosion of research from emerging economies, and greater
competition for less funding, we are confronted with a scholarly
communication ecosystem that must reevaluate is definitions of “value”
and “impact.” This symposium is dedicated to examining questions of
value and impact in all aspects of the scholarly communications
process, including researcher workflows and evolving technologies,
emerging measures of individual and group performance, new ways of
disseminating content and alternative forms of outputs, and competing
definitions of “value” in emerging versus established markets.

Topics areas to consider are:
- Disruptive technologies
- Alternative publishing models
- Alternative ways of measuring impact
- Evolving definitions of impact
- Impact of funder/government mandates
- Alternative research outputs (data, etc.)

For questions about the symposium or your proposal please feel free to
reach out to symposium organizers Teri Vogel ([log in to unmask]), Sara
Rouhi ([log in to unmask]), and Jeffrey Lancaster
([log in to unmask]).

 Many thanks,

The symposium organizers:

Teri Vogel, Science & Engineering Librarian, UC San Diego
Sara Rouhi, Product Specialist, Altmetric LLP
Jeffrey Lancaster, Emerging Technologies Coordinator, Columbia
University Libraries

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Sara Rouhi
Product Sales Manager

968 National Press Building
529 14th Street NW
Washington DC 20045

Office: +1 202 626 2530
Mobile: +1 202 505 0814
@RouhiRoo
www.altmetric.com

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