Hi everyone - thank you to all who attended the workshop with Dr. Vincent Larivière & Dr. Stephanie Haustein yesterday.
One final reminder of Dr. Larivière's lecture on scholarly communication this afternoon (details below and attached). All are welcome! Remember, if you are unable to make it, a video recording of the lecture will be distributed + posted on our website after the event.
IM PUBLIC LECTURE:
On Transformations of Scholarly Communication in the Digital Era
Dr. Vincent Larivière (Canada Research Chair on the Transformations of Scholarly Communication)
University of Montreal
Tuesday, March 8th, 2016 from 4:15pm-5:15pm
Room 3089, Kenneth C. Rowe Management Building, 6100 University Avenue
Abstract: This year marks the 350th anniversary of the creation of the first scientific journal, the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. At the beginning of the 19th century, journals became the fastest and most convenient way of disseminating new research results, outranking correspondence and monographs with which they had happily coexisted until then. They consolidated this position throughout the 20th Century, especially in the sciences. The advent of the digital era then challenged their traditional role and form. Indeed, digital technologies, which are easy to update, reuse, access, and transmit, have changed how researchers produce and disseminate knowledge, as well as how this knowledge is accessed, used, and cited. Drawing on historical and contemporary empirical data, this talk will address the past and current transformations of scholarly communication, with an emphasis on how these transformations have affected the speed at which knowledge is disseminated.
Vincent Larivière holds the Canada Research Chair on the Transformations of Scholarly Communication at the Université de Montréal, where he is an associate professor of information science. He is also the scientific director of the Érudit platform, associate scientific director of the Observatoire des sciences et des technologies (OST) and a regular member of the Centre interuniversitaire de recherche sur la science et la technologie (CIRST). Vincent holds a bachelor's degree in Science, Technology and Society (UQAM), a master's degree in History (UQAM) and a Ph.D. in Information Science (McGill), for which he received the 2009 Eugene Garfield Dissertation Scholarship award.
The Information Management Public Lectures give attention to exciting advances in research and professional practice. The topics are diverse reflecting the importance and global extent of Information Management in today's society. The lectures are open to all members of the Dalhousie campus and surrounding community. When feasible, recordings of the lectures are posted for wider circulation. For the full schedule, visit the Public Lecture page of our website here<http://www.dal.ca/faculty/management/school-of-information-management/news-events/information-managementpubliclectureseries.html>.
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