Ensuring Trust in the Scholarly Record: How Libraries and Publishers support Research Integrity



Integrating critical information scrutiny into educational curricula is an important part of ensuring trust in research outcomes, interpretation, and proliferation. How can libraries and publishers work together to teach and cultivate vital skills necessary for today's academic success?  Uncover the interconnected roles, responsibilities, and opportunities for libraries and publishers to dynamically adapt to the changing needs of students and educators.  Explore methods through which stakeholders can contribute to open access and foster a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment to elevate learning and integrity.

Confirmed speakers include Leslie McIntosh, VP, Research Integrity, Digital Science; Jodi Schneider, PhD Informatics, Associate Professor, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign; John Willinsky, Professor Emeritus, Standford University and Founder, Public Knowledge Project. The program is being coordinated by NISO Education Committee Member Carolina Tanigushi, a Visual Programmer with SciELO. 

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