Research(er) Workflows Conference at the British Library

British Library at St Pancras

‘Research(er) Workflows in the Real World’ is a one day conference, hosted at the British Library, on Monday 9th December aimed at library and other professionals who support the research lifecycle.

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The event is jointly organised by two Cilip special interest groups ARLG and MmIT, and the venue is the British Library Conference Centre, 96 Euston Road, London.

Research workflows are big business, in terms of both activity and income for publishers. The last few years have seen the launch of new products as well as merger/acquisition activity for existing products.  This event will cover a number of types of research workflow support tools, the characteristics of these tools, and the role of staff in advising and signposting researchers to appropriate tools.

The programme of the day includes talks from several Library colleagues. These include a Welcome to the British Library, an overview of the UK Research Reserve and a talk from Jez Cope ‘Don’t forget the data: managing non-standard research outputs’.

To register and for more information visit the CILIP event page.