UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE
30TH JANUARY- 1ST FEBRUARY 2019
We are delighted to present 2019 Australasian Digital Science Showcase, taking place at University of Melbourne (University House at the Woodward), 30th January to 1 February, 2019.
This is an annual gathering of members of user community of Symplectic and Digital Science, with showcases of new and developing product features, interactive workshops, and opportunities to influence product development by giving feedback.
Our event is open to institutions currently using or implementing Elements, as well as institutions wishing to learn more about our products and services.
This event features Symplectic, Altmetric, Dimensions, figshare, and exciting new offerings from the Digital Science group. We can’t wait to see you!
Wednesday 30th January
Daniel Hook, CEO Digital Science
|11.00||Ignite Sessions: Digital Science Company updates|
|12.10||What is Human-centred Design? Defining a customer-led value proposition for research digital channels
Sophia Lagastes, Associate Director, Research Business Systems, University of Melbourne
|14.20||Post Assessment Update: Australia and New Zealand Talk|
|15.20||Gathering New Insights: Client case studies
How clients use our tools/data to drive institutional strategy
|16.00||Portfolio Q&A: your chance to ask us questions
This session will run unconference style. Please come prepared with any questions you have for each of our portfolios.
Thursday 31st January
|8.00||Annual New Zealand Symplectic User Meeting
This session is 60 minutes long and offers the option to dial in. Please register in advance.
Anne Harvey, Managing Director APAC, Digital Science
|9.45||Integrating the Digital Science Landscape
Jonathan Breeze, CEO Symplectic
A) Research Impact and Assessment
10.50 Breaking Barriers: Traversing the Landscape between Research and Policy (Altmetric)
11.30 Telling the Stories of Research (Jean Liu, Altmetric)
12.00 Knowledge Transfer: taking Australia’s Research Global, focus on patents and collaboration (Altmetric)
13.30 The Many Faces of Assessment: Working with the Elements Assessment Module
B) Next Generation Discovery Tools
10.50 Dimensions: Reimagining discovery and access to research (Bo Alroe, Digital Science)
11.30 Combining Elements and Dimensions to Explore your Data (Symplectic)
12.00 Considerations for making Elements Data Public (Symplectic)
13.30 Supporting Grant Applications, finding new opportunities, and getting an overview of the funding landscape (Bo Alroe, Digital Science)
Simon Porter, Digital Science
|14.40||Updating an ORCID record with data captured in Elements
Tom Devereux, Systems Support Analyst, University of Melbourne
Justin Shearer Manager, Research and Industry Faculty of Business & Economics, The University of Melbourne
Jonathan Breeze, Symplectic, CEO
|15.50||Annual Collection & ERA: working with Elements to streamline data collection and assessment
Symplectic led workshop
Friday 1st February
Anne Harvey, MD APAC, Digital Science
A) Reporting & Analytics
9.30 Affiliation data: fun things to do with affiliation information (Symplectic)
10.15 Visualising and reporting Altmetric data workshop session (Altmetric)
11.50 The future of Elements reporting: hear our clients give us feedback on planned new development (Symplectic clients)
13.30 Moving beyond Excel: API workshop for research analysts. Learn how to use Python and data science tools over Dimensions, Altmetric and Elements (Simon Porter, Digital Science)
B) Open Access & Repository Infrastructure
9.30 The future is shared and open Ignite style talks about DS initiatives to supportt sharing research and associated data openly (Digital Science)
10.15 Understanding OA engagement using the OA Monitor (Symplectic)
10.45 Preparing for an RT2 Migration (Symplectic)
11.50 How successful are your OA activities? How to use Elements, Dimensions and Altmetric to analyse your institution’s OA initiatives (Symplectic, Altmetric and Dimensions)
13.30 figshare community workshop (figshare)
University House at The Woodward
Level 10, Melbourne Law School, 185 Pelham St, Carlton 3053
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: By tram the closest stops are Haymarket/Elizabeth St and Lincoln Sq/Swanston St.
PARKING: Public parking is located along Royal Parade on UoM grounds and is around a 5 minute walk to University House The Woodward. Berkeley St also has public parking which is close to The Woodward, as well as 2-4 hour parking surrounding University House at The Woodward. University Square Car Park also has parking at 244 Bouverie Street or 206 Berkeley Street from Monday – Sunday 6:00am to 10:00pm.