On Tuesday, October 19, Roger Schonfeld is taking part in a panel discussion at the STM Autumn Conference 2021. For more information and to register for this virtual conference, please visit the STM website.

About the panel:

Digital technology is pervasive in how research is conducted, how research teams collaborate, and how research output is disseminated. This has brought many improvements and new opportunities, for example enabling more efficient ways of (remote) working and giving researchers the ability to discover and access a world of scholarly literature at their fingertips. At the same time, there are still some important technological challenges and pain points in areas such as access, research integrity, user privacy, and cybersecurity – and a lot remains to be done.

Through a combination of brief presentations, audience input, and moderated discussion, this session will explore challenges and opportunities for digital technology to strengthen and support scholarly communications. We will focus specifically on common issues and pain points, for which working together within and between stakeholder groups can truly make the difference.

Moderated by: Hylke Koers, CIO STM Solutions
Dan Ayala, Managing Partner, Secratic
Chris Graf, Director of Research Integrity, Wiley
Roger Schonfeld, Program Director, Libraries, Scholarly Communication, and Museums, Ithaka S+R
Rose l’Huillier, SVP, Research Products, Elsevier)