Presentations

Members of the HuMetricsHSS team — Nicky Agate, Rebecca Kennison, Stacy Konkiel (who stepped off the team at the end of 2018), Chris Long, Jason Rhody, and Simone Sacchi — have given formal presentations in the form of conference talks, webinars, and poster sessions or have been invited to represent the project in workshops and roundtables.

2017 | 2018 | 2019 | 2020 | 2021

Chris Long2017

  • JUNE: Agate, Impactful Partnerships: Navigating the Evolving Scholarly Communication Landscape with Faculty, American Library Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL 
  • JULY: Agate, Towards Values-Based Evaluation in the Humanities and Social Sciences, Research Evaluation in the Social Sciences and Humanities, Antwerp, Belgium
  • JULY: Sacchi, HuMetricsHSS: Towards Value-Based Indicators in the Humanities and Social Sciences, LIBER Annual Conference, Patras, Greece
  • AUGUST: Konkiel, Exploring Values-Based (Alt)metrics to Enhance Library Services, IFLA WLIC 2017, Wrocław, Poland
  • SEPTEMBER: Kennison, HuMetricsHSS: Exploring the Potential for Altmetrics as Value-Based Indicators, 4 A.M. Altmetrics Conference, Toronto, Canada 
  • OCTOBER: Agate and Sacchi, FORCE2017, Berlin, Germany
  • OCTOBER: Konkiel, Lessons from HuMetricsHSS: Humane Metrics Initiative, Transforming Research 2017, Baltimore, MD 
  • NOVEMBER: Konkiel, Hacking Evaluation: Towards Values-Based Professional Advancement Practices for the Digital Humanities, HASTAC, Orlando, FL

2018

  • FEBRUARY: Agate, Humane Metrics and the Value of Values, Association of Research Libraries Executive Seminar, Denver, CO
  • FEBRUARY: Long, Public Philosophy Network, Boulder, CO
  • APRIL: Long, Academy for Teaching and Learning, Baylor University, Waco, TX
  • JUNE: Long, Toxicity, Metrics, and Academic Life, Radical Open Access II - Ethics of Care (via Skype), Coventry University, UK
  • AUGUST: Agate, FORCE Scholarly Communication Institute, San Diego, CA
  • SEPTEMBER: Long, Keynote: Practicing the Arts of Liberty, Association of General and Liberal Studies, Pittsburgh, PA
  • OCTOBER: Rhody, Posting Signs and Filling Potholes on the Information Superhighway: Toward a Research-Ready Scholarly Infrastructure, Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities (DARIAH) beyond Europe, Washington, DC
  • OCTOBER: Agate, HuMetricsHSS: A Values-Based Approach to Transforming the Academy, Transforming Research 2018, Providence, RI
  • OCTOBER: Agate, “Values-Based Evaluation in the Library, Digital Library Federation Forum, Las Vegas, NV

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2019

  • FEBRUARY: Agate, Is This Still Working? Incentives to Publish, Metrics, and New Rewards Systems, NISO Virtual Conference and Roundtable
  • MAY: Kennison, How Do We Know Social and Behavioral Science Matters?, Association for Psychological Science Convention, Washington, DC
  • MAY: Agate, Closing Lecture: Openness, Ethics, and Evaluation: The Evolving Landscape of Scholarly Communication in the Humanities, Digital Humanities Research Institute, Binghamton, NY
  • MAY: Agate, Closing Plenary Roundtable: Big Challenges in Library Publishing, Library Publishing Forum, Vancouver, Canada
  • AUGUST: Agate, Open Knowledge Practice in Universities, Curtin Open Knowledge Initiative Workshop, Mauritius
  • SEPTEMBER: Agate, Towards Measuring What We Value, Rather than Valuing What We Measure, MetroNYC, New York, NY
  • SEPTEMBER: Sacchi, The Value of Values in the Transition to Open Science: A HumetricsHSS Workshop-in-a-Poster, Open Science Fair, Porto, Portugal
  • OCTOBER: Agate and Long, Driving Institutional Change for Research Assessment Reform, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Chevy Chase, MD
  • DECEMBER: Agate, Flipping Open Access Away from APCs: A Values-Based Support Model for Scholarly Communications, Coalition for Networked Information, Washington, DC
  • DECEMBER: Rhody, Research Impact in the Humanities and Social Sciences Workshop (organized by Sage Publishing), Mountain View, CA

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2020

  • JANUARY: Agate, Workshop: Graduate Education Reform, Modern Language Association Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA
  • APRIL: Agate, Keynote Address, ENY/ACRL Spring 2020 Conference, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY
  • NOVEMBER: Agate, Keynote Address: From Evaluated Outputs to Values-Embedded Practices: The Power of Focusing on Process in Scholarly Communication, Munin Conference on Scholarly Publishing [virtual]
  • NOVEMBER: Rhody, Social Science Impact Roundtable, Social Science Foo Camp [virtual]

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2021

  • FEBRUARY: Agate, Mellon Seminar, Price Lab for Digital Humanities, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
  • FEBRUARY: Rhody, HuMetricsHSS: The Transformative Power of Values-Enacted Scholarship, Modern Language Association Annual Meeting
  • APRIL: Agate, Realigning the Academy with Our Values: Shifting the Focus from Product to Process, Adelphi University
  • APRIL: Kennison, Meaningful Metrics Virtual Roundtable, National Information Standards Organization
  • SEPTEMBER: Kennison, Open Humanities: A Values-Based Approach [poster presentation itself made by Catherine Cocks], Open Access Scholarly Publishing Association (OASPA) Online Conference
  • OCTOBER: Kennison, What's the Issue? Impact and Metrics, Society for Scholarly Publishing Virtual Seminar
  • OCTOBER: Long and Rhody, What Do We Mean by Research Now?, University of Iowa Obermann Center Virtual Roundtable

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