With all proposals reviewed, and invited speakers confirming their availability daily, we’re almost ready to share NISO Plus 2022 program information with you! For now, we’re delighted to give you a sneak preview, which we hope will encourage you to register now, if you haven’t already done so. Thanks to the kind support of our sponsors, we’ve once again been able to keep registration costs affordable for all — with generous discounts for NISO members, for groups of five or more, and for students, early career professionals, unemployed, and those from lower-income countries. And you can save even more by booking your place now at the early bird rate, available through January 7, 2022!
Here’s that sneak preview of what your NISO Plus registration includes:
- Three wonderful keynotes — Dr. Siva Vaidhyanathan (University of Virginia, USA), Dr. Dariusz Jemielniak (Kozminski University, Poland), and Dr. Katharina Ruckstuhl (University of Otago, New Zealand)
- 30+ panels — a mix of presentations and discussions — on topics ranging from Alternative forms of research assessment and impact to The role of the information community in ensuring information is authoritative, and from Centralized vs decentralized information systems to Multilingualism in scholarly communications
- 20+ expert speakers confirmed from around the world, including Juan Pablo Alperin (PKP), Harini Calamur (Cactus Communications), Jasmin Lange (Brill), Wendy Hanamura (Internet Archive), Mike Taylor (Digital Science), and many more
- Two virtual social events, one in each time zone — an opportunity to connect and reconnect with colleagues from across the industry
The conference will once again be fully virtual, with sessions divided between two chunks of time (around 9.30am - 2.00pm Eastern and 7.30pm - 10.30pm Eastern) to allow participation from all over the world. Registrants will also have access to recordings of all sessions — many available in advance — as well as recordings of the discussions
Reserve your place now at NISO Plus 2022 — where the information community comes together to participate in conversations about our shared challenges and opportunities, and to identify concrete next steps to help address them.