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Morressier’s Abstract Management

We’re very excited to announce the launch of abstract management, a powerful new addition to our suite of content management tools for academic conferences. With the help of conference organizers like you, we’ve listened and learned, refined and rebuilt our abstract management product based on your feedback. Now, we’re convinced our software system has all the tools you need to provide your delegates with the best digital experience before, during, and after your event – whether your conference has a dozen abstracts, or tens of thousands.

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Four conference mistakes you should avoid at all costs

There’s a lot to think about when attending an academic conference. From keeping track of a jam-packed schedule and navigating unfamiliar event halls to making the most of networking opportunities and setting up future collaborations, it can be easy to feel a bit overwhelmed when it comes to taking advantage of all the chances for furthering your academic career. To help, we’ve put this list together of what you should avoid when attending your next conference (and what you should focus on instead).

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How to increase the recognition of early-stage research

In the scientific community, early-stage research (including conference posters, metadata, failed results, and raw data) has traditionally been restricted to the offline realm, hidden in printed posters, the pages of lab books, and in files on researchers’ laptops and computers. Scientists make progress in their field, secure tenure, and gain notoriety amongst their peers in large part via the success of their published papers. Yet final papers only paint a partial picture of the research process, and represent only a fraction of the data that is generated in the months and years it takes to work on a scientific article.

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Top trends for libraries in 2019

Academic libraries are constantly developing to ensure they can best support the changing needs of their students. As 2019 approaches, we’ve scoured the research from this year’s Charleston Library Conference to put together the biggest topics librarians around the world are working on right now. Read on to find out why technology, data, and early-stage research will play an integral role in the new year. 

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What to pack for your next conference

When you’re about to go on a trip, you know what you need to pack – passport, clothes, and other essentials. When you’re traveling to a conference, however, it’s even more important that you remember to throw a few essentials into your luggage before you jet off. Read on to make sure you’ve covered all bases before your next conference: 

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A researcher’s guide to networking at academic conferences

Being a great scholar doesn’t always mean that you will be a great networker. Academic conferences can be extremely hectic and make you feel alienated and nervous. Despite how it may seem, many of the attendees feel the same way. It takes courage to step outside of your comfort zone and establish connections. Even if you aren’t a natural at networking, taking the proper steps can help you feel confident and prepared when the times comes for you to talk about your research.

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What’s in store for the future of academic publishing?

Jan Reichelt knows the academic publishing industry inside out. In 2008 he cofounded academic social network and reference management tool Mendeley, overseeing the growth of the platform after its takeover by publishing giant Elsevier in 2013. As such, he’s one of the few who has experienced the inner workings of a traditional scientific publisher firsthand and has built a tech company that’s shaping the publishing industry from the outside. We talked to him to find out out how he sees scholarly publishing evolving in the future, what he believes are the biggest challenges facing researchers today, and what his newly launched venture is.

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