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NISO Virtual Conference, Researcher Behaviors and the Impact of Technology - March 25, 2020

The introduction of technologies (augmented reality, visualization screens, quantum computing, etc.) can dramatically change how research is performed as well as how the outcome of the research is presented. This event will tap into the excitement felt by researchers when they find a new technology offering greater efficiencies to their work as well as how their adoption of new technologies changes the workflow. Different communities need different tools, so this event will feature speakers from a variety of fields and sectors. Librarians, publishers, service providers, and others — including researchers themselves! — will be interested in which technologies have captured the interest of which disciplines, as well as transformed their outputs.
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NISO Virtual Conferences

These half-day events cover a range of important and timely topics in more depth than our monthly webinars. With expert speakers from across the information community, they include a mix of formats — keynotes, case studies, perspectives, and vision interviews. Recordings are shared immediately with registered participants, and made openly available after two years.
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Bert Carelli

Director of Partnerships, TrendMD


Bert Carelli, Director of Partnerships for TrendMD, is a veteran of the online information industry, having worked with many scholarly publishers previously as Senior Publication Manager at HighWire Press, and as head of business development for Access Innovations and for DeepDyve. Earlier in his career, he led content licensing teams for Dow Jones/Factiva and Dialog – at the time two of the three largest global professional information services. Throughout his career, Mr. Carelli has focused on building value for content providers by leveraging new technologies for finding, managing, and productizing information. He received his BA degree from Stanford University and earned an MBA degree from St. Mary’s College of California.
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Danielle Cooper

Manager, Collaborations and Research, Ithaka S+R


Danielle Cooper is the manager of collaborations and research at Ithaka S+R, where she oversees a team exploring how information practices are evolving in higher education and cultural organizations. Her team specializes in creating large-scale cohort-based projects and working with underrepresented and under-resourced academic communities, including Indigenous Studies scholars, community colleges, and currently incarcerated learners. She is a passionate applied researcher and has trained hundreds of librarians to collaborate on Ithaka S+R projects.
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Emma Slayton

Data Curation, Visualization, and GIS Specialist, Carnegie Mellon University Libraries


Emma Slayton currently serves as the Data Curation, Visualization, and GIS Specialist at the Carnegie Mellon University Libraries. She obtained an MPhil with distinction from the University of Oxford in 2013 and completed her Ph.D. at the Faculty of Archaeology, Leiden University, The Netherlands in 2018. During her PhD she worked under the supervision of Prof. dr. Corinne Hofman as part of the NWO Island Networks project. Emma’s research focuses on using computer-based analyses to identify possible locations of canoe routes between islands in the Lesser Antilles and the broader circum-Caribbean area in an attempt to retrace indigenous patterns of mobility and exchange from 2000 BC till AD 1600.
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Emma Warren-Jones

Co-Founder, Scholarcy


Emma Warren-Jones is Co-founder of Scholarcy, a London-based Edtech applying machine learning to extract structured data and knowledge summaries from scholarly content. Emma has 20 years’ commercial experience in the Edtech, academic publishing and information industries, launching new discovery software, analytics tools and content platforms to the global research community. 
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Hannah C. Gunderman

Lead, Research Data Services, Carnegie Mellon University Libraries


Hannah Gunderman is a Research Data Management Consultant at Carnegie Mellon University Libraries, working with students, staff, and faculty from all disciplines on managing their research data. She has a PhD in Cultural Geography from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville, and has a background working in humanities and population research in both a higher education setting and at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. She is passionate about using popular culture to teach data literacy concepts.
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Huajin Wang

Liaison Librarian, Carnegie Mellon University Libraries


Huajin Wang is a Liaison Librarian at Carnegie Mellon University Libraries, and the Program Director for Open Science & Data Collaborations. She is passionate about helping the research community with data needs, fostering collaboration across disciplinary boundaries, facilitating scientific data reuse and reproducibility, and engaging various stake holders to build a healthy research data ecosystem. Huajin holds a PhD in Cell Biology, and has had more than 10 years of research experience in membrane trafficking, lipid metabolism, and bioinformatics before joining the libraries. “
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Stephanie Roth

Biomedical & Research Services Librarian, Temple University


Stephanie Roth is Biomedical & Research Services Librarian at Temple University Health Sciences Library in Philadelphia, PA. Stephanie received her BS in Education for K-12 School Library Media from Clarion University and an MS in Library & Information Science from Drexel University. As the Biomedical & Research Services Librarian, she designed and implemented a team-based systematic review service model and serves as the team lead for the service. In addition, she is the Liaison Librarian for Kinesiology and Athletic Training in the College of Public Health and is the Liaison Librarian for the Kornberg School of Dentistry. She has articles published in the Journal of the Medical Library Association, is a co-author for various systematic reviews and has provided instruction both nationally and internationally.
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Vincent Cassidy

Director of Academic Markets, The IET


Vincent is Director of Academic Markets at the Institution of Engineering and Technology (The IET), the publisher of Inspec. Previously he has run his own business, Publishing Consulting, and held leadership positions at British Standards, Elsevier Health Sciences, Thomson Scientific and Academic Press. He has 30 years’ experience in the information business and has been engaged in digital transformation and market engagement across a broad range of products and markets, including STM, Higher Education and Professional. He has a career long engagement with A&I and discovery databases and has led the development of Embase, Derwent World Patent Index and Inspec, and he is interested in how data science and AI is influencing the delivery and consumption of big data content.