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Announcing Our 2024 NISO Plus Scholarship Winners

Each year, the NISO Plus conference brings people together in a dynamic forum to explore and tackle trends and challenges in the global information community. In alignment with NISO’s strategic plan and steadfast commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility, we invite all members of that community to participate in these discussions and work with us to produce solutions with the widest possible impact. To that end, the NISO Plus Scholarship program extends a unique opportunity for a group of emerging and mid-career professionals to contribute their perspectives and make their voices heard. We are pleased to announce that this year, …

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Seven Reasons to Attend the NISO Plus Forum in 2023

The 2023 NISO Plus Forum on AI and machine learning in scholarly publishing, happening in Washington, DC, on October 3, is just a few weeks away! We know that your time is valuable, so here are seven great reasons to join this year’s event:     For all these reasons and more, join us at the 2023 NISO Plus Forum! Space is limited, so register now. 

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NISO Plus News!

With just over six months since this year’s NISO Plus conference, and just under six months till the next one (February 14-16, 2023), we’re happy to share some exciting updates on all things NISO Plus related! It’s exactly two weeks until the first NISO Plus Forum (September 20, Washington, DC)— our first in-person event since NISO Plus 2020 — and there’s still time to register! The theme of the day is Metadata: Exchange, Structures, Identifiers, and we’ve worked with professional facilitator and NISO Board member, Jonathan Clark, to develop a day of World Cafe style small group discussions and activities. …

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Help Us Make A Difference With Metadata!

Do you want to help improve metadata — how it’s structured and exchanged, and the use of identifiers? Do you work in the information community? Are you in a role where you have the seniority and functional expertise to understand the challenges and opportunities for both your organization and the wider community? If your answer is a resounding YES, then we hope you’ll join us at the NISO Plus Forum at the American Geophysical Union’s headquarters in Washington, DC on September 20. NISO Plus Forum is a new event, held in person so that we can focus on practical work …