Presentations

  • 9 Principles of (alt)Metrics“, Panelist, Special Libraries Association (SLA) Annual Conference – June 11, 2013; Vancouver, Canada (slides)
  • Scopus 10th Anniversary: Imagine Tomorrow“, Panelist, Special Libraries Association (SLA) Annual Conference – June 8, 2013; Vancouver, Canada (program/slides)
  • Connecting researchers with themselves“, Panelist, Society for Scholarly Publishing Annual Meeting – May 30, 2014; Boston, MA (slides/panel description)
  • 9 Principles of (alt)Metrics“, Panelist, Society for Scholarly Publishing Annual Meeting– May 29, 2014; Boston, MA (slides/panel description/press)
  • Keeping Research Information Systems Current with ORCID“, Lightning talk, ORCID Outreach Meeting – May 21, 2014; Chicago, IL (slides/meeting agenda)
  • Enabling alternative assessment“, NFAIS Virtual Seminar: Assessing Contribution, Assessing Usage: Metrics in a New Context – March 28, 2014;  (slides/seminar description)
  • Researchers Awareness + Perception – A Year in Review“, Lightning talk, NISO Altmetrics Project – Second In-person Meeting – December 11, 2013; Washington, DC (slides/meeting agenda)
  • Beyond the article“, Panelist, ALM Workshop 2013 – October 11, 2013; San Francisco, CA (program)
  • Expectations by researchers“, Lightning talk, NISO Altmetrics Project – First In-person Meeting – October 9, 2013; San Francisco, CA (slides/meeting agenda)
  • Tips and Tricks for Developing and Using Research Apps, APIs and Widgets“, Special Libraries Association (SLA) Annual Conference – June 11, 2013; San Diego, CA (session description)
  • Measure for Measure: The role of metrics in assessing research performance“, Society of Scholarly Publishers Annual Meeting– June 7, 2013; San Francisco, CA (slides/summary)
  • Scopus: comprehensive AND easy-to-use“, CUHK eResources Week – February 28, 2013; Hong Kong, China, (event schedule)
  • The Role of Abstract and Citation Databases in Supporting Data Repositories“, DataCite Workshop: Möglichkeiten und neue Lösungen im Forschungsdatenmanagement – December 12, 2012; Cologne, Germany (slides
  • Input from citation databases“, Panelist, ORCID and DataCite Interoperability Network (ODIN) 2012 Kickoff Meeting – October 18, 2012; Berlin, Germany (meeting program and slides)
  • Application Platforms and Developer Communities – New software tools and apps to support the research workflow“, Panelist, Computer Science Roundtable – SLA Annual Conference – July 16, 2012; Chicago, Illinois (slides, press)
  • New Technologies:  Empowering the Research community for Better Outcomes“, LibraryConnect Seminar Beirut  – April 17, 2012; Beirut, Lebanon (slides)
  • Les innovations Scopus (EN)“, Séminaire ‘Library Connect’– November 17, 2011; Paris, France
  • Connecting Publications & Data:  Raising visibility of local data collections through linking with international publication databases“, Plenary session, 11th International Conference on Scientific Digitalization of Cultural and Scientific Heritage, University Repositories and Distance Learning – October 01, 2011; Belgrade, Serbia (slides/summary, video)
  • SciVerse Scopus update“, Elsevier Corporate Connect – September 7, 2011; Amsterdam, The Netherlands (slides)
  • Connecting Scientific Resources Breakout“, Panelist, Science Online London 2010 - September 3, 2010; London, UK (slides/summary
  • Research literacy primer: Equipping early career researchers with the skills they require to create high quality papers“, Scholarly Perspectives Webinar – May 25, 2010 (recording
  • Assessing Research Quality and Impact: New Metrics and Identifiers“, Discussion Leader, NAS E-Journal Summit 2010 – March 24, 2010; Washington, D.C.
  • Online Reference Managers“, Panelist, Science Online 2010 – January 16, 2010; RTP, NC
  • Scholarly Identity 2.0: What does the Web say about your research(ers)?”, STELLA Unconference – January 9, 2010; Denver, CO
  • Scholarly Identity 2.0: What does the Web say about your research?“, Science 2.0 – get to know it, join, improve: Michael Habib in Belgrade – October 30, 2009; Belgrade, Serbia (slides/summary, video
  • From Academic Library 2.0 to (Literature) Research 2.0“, Science 2.0 – get to know it, join, improve: Michael Habib in Belgrade – October 29, 2009; Belgrade, Serbia (slides/summary, video
  • Scholarly Reputation Management Online: The challenges and opportunities of social media“, Social Software @ Work: Interdisziplinärer Workshop der Heinrich-Heine-Universität - September 29, 2009; Dusseldorf, Germany (slides
  • Author identity – Creating a new kind of reputation online“, Panelist, Science Online London 2009 – August 22, 2009; London, UK (slides, video
  • Supporting STM Researcher (Collaboration) Workflow” guest lecturer, INLS 490-121: Library 2.0 – April 9, 2009; remote via Skype and Live Meeting
  • Engaging a New Generation of Authors, Reviewers & Readers through Web 2.0” x3, Boston (Elsevier) Editors’ Conference – April 25, 2009; Boston, MA (slides)
  • Online Collaboration Tools for Journals & Editors: Defining Opportunities” x3, Dublin Editors’ Conference – March 28, 2009; Dublin, Ireland
  • Researcher Profiling & Expert Finding Workshop” x3, Elsevier Development Partner Symposium, November 19, 2008; Miami, FL
  • Academic Library 2.0: (Online) Library as Place/Conversation” invited speaker,nBoston College University Libraries, April 3, 2007; Chestnut Hill, MA