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COUNTER Conference: Call for Speakers

19 January 2024

As we shared with you in December, we are running our first ever COUNTER Conference on 16th May 2024. We are really excited about this online event, exclusively for COUNTER members, and are looking forward to some fascinating discussions. And we know from conversations that many of you feel the same.

But for a great conference, we need great speakers! We’ve had some interesting proposals already come in, but we’ve not heard from you yet. If you have something to share about your experiences with COUNTER then please read on and submit your proposal by 31st January.

And do put 16th May in your diary. We’ll share more information nearer the time – we look forward to seeing you there!

Call for Speakers

We are looking for speakers to share your expertise related to COUNTER in a 20-30 minute session. Topics we’d like to see include but aren’t limited to:

  • Best practices for working with usage metrics within library or publisher teams
  • Innovations in working with COUNTER reports
  • Usage as part of demonstrating research impact
  • Usage metrics for assessing open access resources
  • Technical implementation approaches

Please send us your proposals by the 31st of January 2024 to We encourage submissions from anywhere in the world and from all parts of our community, but sales pitches will not be considered.

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