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Non Print Formats - future opportunities-NISO Plus

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The move to digital brings new opportunities for creating, discovering, and using non-print object - audio-video, datasets, images, software, and much more. This session is an opportunity to hear about some of the innovative and exciting work happening in this space, share your own perspectives, and identify future challenges and opportunities that would benefit from community support.
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The move to digital brings new opportunities for creating, discovering, and using non-print object - audio-video, datasets, images, software, and much more. This session is an opportunity to hear about some of the innovative and exciting work happening in this space, share your own perspectives, and identify future challenges and opportunities that would benefit from community support.
The NISO Plus conference brings people together from across the global information community to share updates and participate in conversations about our shared challenges and opportunities. The focus is on identifying concrete next steps to improve information flow and interoperability, and help solve existing and potential future problems. Please join us to help address the key issues facing our community of librarians, publishers, researchers, and more — today and tomorrow!
Tao Chen is a Ph.D. in engineering and an associate professor at the School of Information Management, Sun Yat-Sen University, Guangzhou, China. The main research directions are digital humanities research and practice, knowledge organization, and computer application technology. He has hosted and participated in a number of digital humanities related projects and has rich theoretical and practical experience. He is currently researching innovative applications of IIIF, linked data, artificial intelligence and other technologies in cultural heritage images.
Josh has worked on open research projects for ARDC, CERN, Crossref, Jisc, ORCID, the University of London and others. He has explored the challenges of advancing and opening up research in partnership with funders, libraries, research institutions, policy makers and research infrastructure providers in dozens of countries on six continents (seven if you count Zealandia/Te Riu-a-Māui).A qualified librarian, Josh has explored issues in research including scholarly communications, evaluation, digital infrastructures, and research information management. He has been an independent consultant since 2019, and co-founded MoreBrains Cooperative in 2020.
Liz Krznarich supports those integrating DataCite and ROR services into their workflows and systems, and collaborates with the community to identify and support new integration points. Liz has over a decade of experience in technology and higher education. Before joining DataCite, Liz was a technical lead and software developer at ORCID. She also has an MLIS from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and previously worked in various academic library and IT roles.
Lola Estelle has worked in the library industry for 20 years as a librarian and systems administrator, as a support analyst and technical consultant for a library software vendor, and now as a platform specialist for a non-profit scholarly publisher. Her areas of expertise include discovery services, ERM systems, and digital library platforms.
Violaine’s experience spans fifteen years in professional, scholarly, and trade publishing, including stints at technology provider GVPi, SAGE Publishing, Random House, and Flammarion. She has led the development of digital publishing platforms and co-founded Cadmore Media to spur the growth of streaming media in scholarly and professional communication.