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Taylor & Francis Melbourne Scholarly Summit

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Woodward Conference Centre

185 Pelham Street

Carlton, VIC 3053

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Join us for a day of discussions exploring the theme ‘Fit for the future: Building an open and ethical research environment'.

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We’re delighted to host a Scholarly Summit in Melbourne, Australia on Wednesday 19th February 2020. Join us at the University of Melbourne for a day of discussions exploring the theme ‘Fit for the future: Building an open and ethical research environment’.

About the Melbourne Scholarly Summit

This full-day event is available exclusively to Taylor & Francis journal editors and society partners in Australasia, and provides the perfect opportunity to discuss the key challenges facing these groups in a rapidly changing publishing landscape. Network with industry leaders, share ideas and inspiration with fellow editors and society officers, and catch up with Taylor & Francis colleagues at this exclusive event.

What’s on the agenda?

  • Daniel Barr shares his expertise on research integrity in the keynote address
  • Tracey Bretag shares the findings of COPE's primary research into publication ethics in the arts, humanities, and social sciences
  • Panel discussion explores global and local open science movements

A full program will be published shortly, featuring speakers from leading organizations and addressing the latest developments in scholarly communication, open research, and publication ethics. With wide-ranging discussions on innovation, challenges, and best practice, there’s something for everyone.

Space is limited at this exclusive event, so register today to secure your place at the Melbourne Scholarly Summit. 

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch via email (ScholarlySummit@tandf.co.uk).

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