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2017 Scholarly Kitchen Webinar: The Future of Quality...

The Future of Quality, Accuracy and Science Communication

Information overload or fake news?  How can scholars and the general public navigate the current media landscape to validate what they think they know?  The Scholarly Kitchen Chefs will lead a panel discussion with prominent science communicators about the roles of scholarly publishers, libraries, journalists, industry and government in adding to or challenging the questions raised about scientific accuracy.

Moderators: 
David Crotty, Editorial Director, Journals Policy, Oxford University Press
Michael Clarke, President, Clarke and Company

Speakers: 

Laura Helmuth, Health, Science, & Environment Editor at The Washington Post, and the President of the National Association of Science Writers
Rick Anderson, Associate Dean for Collections and Scholarly Communication at the J. Willard Marriott Library of the University of Utah
Derek LoweAuthor, “In the Pipeline”

Thank you to our Sponsor!



Webinar Registration Pricing: 
SSP Member - $50
SSP Nonmember - $75
AAUP, NASIG, NFAIS, NISO, LPC, ACSE Registration - $60


Details:

November 14, 2017
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Eastern Time
Your Computer, Online

To register for this event please login to your profile or create an account. 

SSP Regional Event Cancellation Policy: 
No refunds will be processed for webinars.  In the event SSP needs to cancel a webinar we will apply your registration to the next webinar. 

SSP reserves the right to cancel any program. In the unlikely event of cancellations, SSP is not responsible for any costs, damages, or other expenses of any kind, including and without limitation, transportation and/or hotel costs incurred by registrant. Speakers subject to change without notice.


The Future of Quality, Accuracy and Science Communication

Information overload or fake news?  How can scholars and the general public navigate the current media landscape to validate what they think they know?  The Scholarly Kitchen Chefs will lead a panel discussion with prominent science communicators about the roles of scholarly publishers, libraries, journalists, industry and government in adding to or challenging the questions raised about scientific accuracy.

Moderators: 
David Crotty, Editorial Director, Journals Policy, Oxford University Press
Michael Clarke, President, Clarke and Company

Speakers: 

Laura Helmuth, Health, Science, & Environment Editor at The Washington Post, and the President of the National Association of Science Writers
Rick Anderson, Associate Dean for Collections and Scholarly Communication at the J. Willard Marriott Library of the University of Utah
Derek LoweAuthor, “In the Pipeline”

Thank you to our Sponsor!



Webinar Registration Pricing: 
SSP Member - $50
SSP Nonmember - $75
AAUP, NASIG, NFAIS, NISO, LPC, ACSE Registration - $60


Details:

November 14, 2017
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Eastern Time
Your Computer, Online

To register for this event please login to your profile or create an account. 

SSP Regional Event Cancellation Policy: 
No refunds will be processed for webinars.  In the event SSP needs to cancel a webinar we will apply your registration to the next webinar. 

SSP reserves the right to cancel any program. In the unlikely event of cancellations, SSP is not responsible for any costs, damages, or other expenses of any kind, including and without limitation, transportation and/or hotel costs incurred by registrant. Speakers subject to change without notice.


When
11/14/2017 11:00 AM - 11/14/2017 12:00 PM

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