Scholarly events: Untapped treasure trove of insights & data

16 February 2024

Imagine a researcher. What thought springs to mind? Someone mid-experiment? An author writing up their findings? Perhaps images of Editors, keynote speakers or society members jumped to mind.  It’s commonly understood that the vast majority of researchers wear many different hats throughout the scholarly lifecycle. However these varied roles give rise to data silos and a…

Scholarly events: Untapped treasure trove of insights & data

16 February 2024

Imagine a researcher. What thought springs to mind? Someone mid-experiment? An author writing up their findings? Perhaps images of Editors, keynote speakers or society members jumped to mind.  It’s commonly understood that the vast majority of researchers wear many different hats throughout the scholarly lifecycle. However these varied roles give rise to data silos and a…

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The state of scholarly events in 2023

20 July 2023

To contextualise the changes we’ve seen in the scholarly events industry over the past few years, we take a deep dive into how societies and associations are connecting and engaging with their communities, specifically through the lens of their research and technical conferences.

Over the course of 15 months (early-2022 to mid-2023), we conducted 27 open-ended interviews with a cross-section of our Ex Ordo customers, scholarly societies, and industry representatives. We asked each about their goals, activities, issues, and challenges. We listened, we learned. We identified several themes and trends. And we compiled a list of the top 10 insights, which we’re happy to share with you below.

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Scholarly events: Untapped treasure trove of insights & data

16 February 2024

Imagine a researcher. What thought springs to mind? Someone mid-experiment? An author writing up their findings? Perhaps images of Editors, keynote speakers or society members jumped to mind.  It’s commonly understood that the vast majority of researchers wear many different hats throughout the scholarly lifecycle. However these varied roles give rise to data silos and a…

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