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Tuesday, April 28 • 11:35am - 1:00pm
The Kaleidoscope of Impact: Same Data, Different Perspectives, Constantly Changing LIMITED

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Scholars, scientists, academic institutions, publishers and funders are all interested in impact. We have different roles and goals, and therefore different reasons for needing to understand impact; we are therefore asking different questions about impact, and those questions continue to evolve, much as the concept of impact itself is evolving.

  • To answer our different questions, do we need different data, in separate silos, or is it possible for the same core data to be pivoted to provide answers to different questions?
  •  In an age of open data, can we collaborate on a ‘kaleidoscope of impact’, to enable cross-functional and cross-disciplinary comparison, and consistency in decision-making?
  • Is such an idea (a) desirable, and (b) possible?
  • What datasets are relevant, across both traditional and emerging proxies for impact?
  • Who would we need to involve?
  • What steps would we need to take to start?
  • What barriers do we anticipate?
  • What counter-arguments do we need to articulate to persuade stakeholders to participate?
  • What organizational framework would best support progress in this area?

This session would gather researchers, publishers, funders, institutional representatives including librarians, and others such as metrics providers and standards organizations, to debate these questions. A moderator would seek input from delegates prior to the event, and prepare an opening 15-minute talk to set the scene and build the vision, incorporating ideas and questions from delegates, and suggesting some initial answers. The moderator would then put key questions to the panel, and encourage further questions and opinions from the delegates.

Speakers
avatar for Karen Gutzman

Karen Gutzman

Karen Gutzman is the Impact and Evaluation librarian at Galter Health Sciences Library where her efforts focus on evaluation and impact, training, and information support and dissemination.  She recently completed the National Library of Medicine Associate Fellowship Program with a second year placement at Washington University’s Becker Library where she made significant contributions to projects related to institution-level tracking... Read More →
avatar for Joelle Masciulli

Joelle Masciulli

Head of Research Discovery, Thomson Reuters
Joelle has been with Thomson Reuters for over 15 years. She has held a variety of leadership positions in the organization with the IP&Science business and has very recently taken the position of Head of Content Strategy. In this role Joelle is responsible for developing and executing the content strategy to support all propositions within the Government and Academia markets. Outside of work, Joelle enjoys spending time with her... Read More →
avatar for Charlie Rapple

Charlie Rapple

Director, Kudos
Charlie Rapple is co-founder of Kudos, which helps researchers explain and share their work to maximize its impact. I'm trying to develop new reports to give institutions insight into how researchers and scholars are communicating about their work, and to what effect - so I'd love to talk with people from institutions who are working to try and support and understand researchers' communications activities. In other parts of my life, I'm... Read More →
avatar for Anthony Williams

Anthony Williams

VP of Strategic Development, Royal Society of Chemistry
Antony Williams is the VP of Strategic Development for the Royal Society of Chemistry. He has a PhD in chemistry and has worked in academia, in government labs and for a Fortune 500 company before running two start-ups. He started a hobby project to build one of the community’s primary online chemistry resources, which was ultimately acquired by the Royal Society of Chemistry. He is widely published with almost 200 publications, book... Read More →


Tuesday April 28, 2015 11:35am - 1:00pm
Chestnut Room

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