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Managing the Research(er) Workflow Event (Joint ARLG and MMIT event)

 Presentations from the Research(er) Workflows in the Real World event held in December 2019. This was one day conference aimed at library and other professionals who support the research lifecycle. 

Research workflows are big business, in terms of both activity and income for publishers, and the last few years have seen the launch of new products as well as merger / acquisition activity for existing products.  This event covered a number of types of research workflow support tools, the characteristics of these tools, and the role of staff in advising and signposting researchers to appropriate tools. 


Andy Tattersall - How to own your research communications: The importance of identity and ownership when communication research 



Dr Gaby Neher - The Researcher's viewpoint 



Sally Helper - Researching researchers: Delivering a systematic usear research programme in a reasearch library 



Andy Appleyard & Alison Selina - UK Research Reserve: Supporting access and enabling preservation 



Alison McNab - Document management tools for the next decade: writing, citing and submitting 



Jeroen Bosman & Bianca Kramer - Supporting open infrastructures? How to balance goals, expectations and uncertainty 



James Rennie - Customer journeys: UX workshop
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