Did you miss the Amsterdam Scholarly Summit? Catch up on the different sessions from this event by exploring the resource hub below.
The Amsterdam Scholarly Summit was a one-day event about open and ethical research for our journal editors and society partners. This event allowed this community to network, share ideas, and hear from expert speakers on a range of topics. With sessions on everything from research integrity to reaching policy-makers, there was something for everyone.
This event featured two keynote speakers. The first was Lex Bouter, Professor of Methodology and Integrity at Vrije Universiteit, who spoke about:
- Research integrity
- Publication pressure in the current research climate
- Selective reporting
- What can scientific journals do?
Read the full post on research integrity and selective reporting, featuring three short videos from Professor Bouter’s talk.
The second keynote speaker was Jean-Claude Burgelman, Head of Unit Open Science at the European Commission. His fascinating presentation explored the European Commission’s open science policies from 2015-2019, including:
- Open access publishing
- FAIR data
- European Open Science Cloud
- Benefits for researchers
Read the full post on the European Open Science Policy, featuring four short videos from his talk.
Another key session from the event was our panel on finding and rewarding peer reviewers – catch up by watching the video of Dr Madeleine Hatfield’s case study from Regional Studies.
We were also delighted to feature speakers from the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), Sense About Science and Publons on our program.
Find out more by exploring the resources in our hub below or checking the Twitter Moment, and stay tuned for news about our future events. For more content like this, browse the resource hubs from our previous events – the London Scholarly Summit (2018) and Australian Scholarly Summits (2019).