Responsible Research Assessment: How Librarians Can Help Drive Change

Presented by: F1000 and Library Journal
Event Date: Wednesday, October 25, 2023


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What does the future of responsible research assessment look like? And what role can librarians play in it?

In this webinar, Liz Allen (Director of Strategic Initiatives, F1000), Sheila Craft-Morgan (Research Impact Librarian and Assistant Professor, Ohio State University), and Michael Levine-Clark (Dean, University of Denver Libraries) reflect on how research assessment works today and how librarians can help change it for the better. Plus, you’ll learn how open research publishing can support greater inclusivity and responsible research behaviors and practices.

Register now to join the session, where you’ll uncover:

  • How do we assess research impact today – what has changed since the DORA declaration? 

  • What impact does prestige culture have library collections?  

  • How is responsible research assessment intrinsically linked to open research values?

  • What can librarians do to support responsible research assessment?



Joe Lerro, Open Research Business Development Manager, Taylor & Francis Group

Liz Allen, Director of Strategic Initiatives, F1000

Sheila Craft-Morgan, Research Impact Librarian and Assistant Professor, Ohio State University

Michael Levine-Clark, Dean of Libraries, University of Denver Libraries


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