The Future of Open Science and Publishing — Panel Discussion



Ann Gabriel

Vice President, Academic & Research Relations

Ann Gabriel engages with key stakeholders across academia, government, funding bodies, and industry to further Elsevier's mission to sustain and enhance the academic research enterprise. This includes establishing strategic partnerships with institutions through the development of short- and long-term engagement programs exploring current and evolving issues in scholarly communication: Access, Open Science, Open Data, and Publishing.

Jeff MacKie-Mason

University Librarian
UC Berkeley

Jeff MacKie-Mason is the the University Librarian and Chief Digital Scholarship Officer at the University of California, Berkeley, as of October 2015. His research and teaching are a mix of mostly economics with some computer science and a bit of psychology (cognitive and increasingly social) thrown in. He addresses human information behavior online and the design and performance of information systems and digital content. Jeff's approach is incentive-centered design, which accounts for the behavior of autonomous, motivated, and often strategic humans when designing systems. He also does a fair bit of work on competition policy and antitrust, especially for information technology-related industries.

Dan Morgan

Digital Science Publisher
University of California Press

Dan Morgan is the Digital Science Publisher at the University of California Press and the Publisher of Collabra. He joined UC Press in June 2014 to focus on mission-driven, not-for-profit, digital initiatives. He has worked in scholarly publishing for more than 13 years in publishing management, research, open access, and strategy roles. He is a passionate advocate for open access, open science, and advancing scholarly communication.

Laurel Haak

Executive Director

Laurel L. Haak, PhD, is the Executive Director of ORCID, an international and interdisciplinary non-profit organization dedicated to providing the technical infrastructure to generate and maintain unique and persistent identifiers for researchers and scholars.