Electronic Resources and Libraries (ER&L) Conference 2023
ER&L’s 18th Annual Conference takes place March 5-8, 2023. The theme is CAMP ER&L.
The 2023 Camp ER&L Program spans their 6 tracks with presentations live in Austin that will also live-stream to the online conference audience, on-demand presentations available via the online conference platform, and posters available in Austin.
ER&L’s long-standing tradition of excellent and informative sessions continues both in-person and online. Expect highly engaging interactivity options, networking opportunities, as well as some fun and games.
Digital Science is delighted to be sponsoring and speaking at the 2023 ER&L conference. Digital Science’s Portfolio Company Figshare will be presenting at the ER&L Conference 2023. If you are attending the conference, please visit us in the exhibitor hall at Table 103 or during our talk.
Sponsored Session Details | In Person & Live Streaming
Title: Data Analytics in Service to Collection Development
Presenter: Arta Kabashi
Description: This session will provide an overview of the Dimensions and Altmetric Platforms. Additionally collection development use cases such as analysing OSTP impact in collection development will be covered.Lastly the session will cover impact of closed vs open access publications in social media. All electronic resources librarians and directors are welcome to attend.
One of our portfolio companies, Figshare, will be presenting as well.
Abstract Title: Institutional repositories measurably increase the FAIRness of research outputs: Actionable data for librarians
Presenter: Andrew Mckenna-Foster
Andrew Mckenna-Foster is a Product Specialist at Figshare with over 12 years of experience working with research and archival data. For a decade, Andrew oversaw the operations of a small natural history museum and aquarium and directed the related research programs and biological collections. An interest in open science and data management led Andrew to the field of information science and he received a masters of library and information science from the University of Washington in 2020. At Figshare, Andrew focuses on helping researchers and librarians think through their open research and repository needs.