7th UNICA Scholarly Communication Seminar


The 7th UNICA Scholarly Communication Seminar: Visibility, Visibility, Visibility was hosted by Sapienza University of Rome (Faculty of Civil and Industrial Engineering), in cooperation with "Tor Vergata" and Roma Tre Universities, 27-28 November 2014. It gathered nearly 70 librarians and university experts in information science and learning & research support services.


7th UNICA Scholarly Communication Seminar: Visibility, Visibility, Visibility Sapienza University of Rome Cloister Hall of the Faculty of Civil and Industrial Engineering, Via Eudossiana 18, Roma (map) 27-28 November 2014 Programme (final version) Biographies & abstracts (update: 2 December 2014) List of participants PRESENTATIONS 

More presentations coming soon!

Myths and Realities about Student Learning in Higher Education by Philippe Emplit (Université Libre de Bruxelles)

How can academic libraries support online learning? Online tutorials as a means to master information skills by Steven Laporte and Lieselot Verryckt (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)

Researchers talk: Let’s listen. An introduction to altmetrics and Altmetric by Catherine Chimes (Altmetric)

Data librarian: helping researchers with data issues by Mari Elisa Kuusniemi, Helsinki University Library

Academic social networks: challenges and opportunities by Pascal Aventurier (INRA Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, France)

From open access to open science:Opening up scientific information in Horizon 2020 and beyond by Celina Ramjoué (DG Connect, European Commission) 

Target audience of UNICA Scholarly Communication Seminars: Directors of Libraries, of Information Services and of Learning Centres, Librarians, Vice-Rectors Research from UNICA member universities.

Learn more about the previous UNICA Scholarly Communication Seminars.

The 7th Scholarly Communication Seminar was sponsored by Elsevier and EBSCO Information Services.



Thursday, 27 November, 2014 to Friday, 28 November, 2014
Host Institution: 
Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza