9th Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing

The tail wagging the dog? Perversity in academic rewards

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Speakers: Danny Kingsley, University of Cambridge.

Danny Kingsley delivers a presentation on academic rewards, touching on the philosophy of and problems in the current reward system. Looking at how universities use incentives, she suggests possible solutions and gives some recent examples of change. 

Find her slides here.

About the speaker:

Danny Kingsley completed her PhD looking at disciplinary attitudes towards open access in 2008 after over a decade working as a science communicator. She worked for four years as the Manager, Scholarly Communication and ePublishing at the Australian National University before starting up the Australasian Open Access Strategy Group, which had an advocacy focus. Since January 2015 Danny has been the Head of the Office of Scholarly Communication at Cambridge University where she oversees compliance with funder open access policies, research data management, intellectual property, copyright and other areas. Her current research interests include open research, research integrity, academic reward structures and training in scholarly communication.