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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    Survey 2014 Mentoring Scheme Careers Development Communications Committee Multimedia Web Competition Press Room Standards Technology Future Lab Committee Executive Committee STEC Partner Organisations Resources Standards Research4Life Outreach patientINFORM Research4Life Programmes Events Upcoming Events 17th February STM Early Career Publishers Speed Networking Event London 24th February Who counts Metrics in use by authors institutions funders and publishers 6th to 9th March 9th Intensive Course in Journal Publishing Asia 2016 26th to 28th April STM Annual US Conference 2016 18th October STM Frankfurt Conference 2016 6th December STM Digital Publishing 2016 7th December Innovations Seminar 2016 8th December STM Week 2016 Day 3 Other Events Past Events Industry Events Documents Press Members Area Register for STM Annual US Conference 2016 Back to event details Title Mr Mrs Miss Ms First Name Last Name Business Title Company Institution Address Line 1 City Town State County Post Zip code Country Phone Fax E mail Whole Event Members Early Bird Members Early Bird 1125 1125 Society Day Only Members Early Bird Members Early Bird 275 275 Society Day Only Non Member Early Bird Non Member Early Bird 375 375 US Conference Only Members Early Bird Members Early Bird 1025 1025 US Conference Only Non Member

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/stm-annual-us-conference-2016/?register (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    Our Members STM Affiliate Society Membership Program Committee STM Topics Copyright Legal Affairs Committee Enforcement Task Force Infringement Piracy Permissions Licensing Litigation Settlements Public Affairs Committee Resources Early Career Publishers Committee Industry Survey 2014 Mentoring Scheme Careers Development Communications Committee Multimedia Web Competition Press Room Standards Technology Future Lab Committee Executive Committee STEC Partner Organisations Resources Standards Research4Life Outreach patientINFORM Research4Life Programmes Events Upcoming Events 17th February STM Early Career Publishers Speed Networking Event London 24th February Who counts Metrics in use by authors institutions funders and publishers 6th to 9th March 9th Intensive Course in Journal Publishing Asia 2016 26th to 28th April STM Annual US Conference 2016 18th October STM Frankfurt Conference 2016 6th December STM Digital Publishing 2016 7th December Innovations Seminar 2016 8th December STM Week 2016 Day 3 Other Events Past Events Industry Events Documents Press Members Area Register for STM Frankfurt Conference 2016 Back to event details Title Mr Mrs Miss Ms First Name Last Name Business Title Company Institution Address Line 1 City Town State County Post Zip code Country Phone Fax E mail Member 75 Non Member 500 18th October 2016 Westin Grand Frankfurt Frankfurt Germany Terms and Conditions Cancellation Cancellations made

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/stm-frankfurt-conference-2016/?register (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    Publishers Speed Networking Event London 24th February Who counts Metrics in use by authors institutions funders and publishers 6th to 9th March 9th Intensive Course in Journal Publishing Asia 2016 26th to 28th April STM Annual US Conference 2016 18th October STM Frankfurt Conference 2016 6th December STM Digital Publishing 2016 7th December Innovations Seminar 2016 8th December STM Week 2016 Day 3 Other Events Past Events Industry Events Documents Press Members Area Publication Ethics doing the right thing An interactive webinar More and more cases of research and publication ethics are coming to prominence and making headlines While these raise questions about the culture of scientific research today and how that influences the behaviour of researchers these cases are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the range and volume of issues publishers and editors deal with as a matter of routine Over and above their day job of managing the process of vetting and disseminating research findings they are increasingly finding themselves not only with the responsibility of maintaining the integrity of the published scientific record but also as investigators mediators and even judges of the ethical conduct of researchers These roles currently sit with editors and publishers regardless of whether they should This webinar will present challenging experiences of research and publication ethics issues from the perspective of a journal editor a journal publisher and the Committee on Publication Ethics There will follow a discussion of the issues raised by the speakers with an opportunity to pose questions to the speakers Webinar Presentations Speakers Publication ethics an editor s perspective Trish Groves BMJ Publication ethics a publisher s perspective Catherine Nancarrow PLoS Publication ethics a perspective from COPE Chris Graf COPE Moderator Jigisha Patel Associate Editorial Director research integrity BioMed Central Events Terms and

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/publication-ethics-right-thing/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    editors All the speakers are or have been publishers There is no attempt to be comprehensive but the intention is for timeliness and relevance It is essentially practical Seminar Director Anthony Watkinson CIBER Research University College London Programme 8 15 Registration 9 30 Morning Keynote Presentation Research integrity in an increasingly competitive and complex world issues problems solutions Irene Hames Editorial and Publishing Consultant Author of Peer Review and Manuscript Management in Scientific Journals Stories about research misconduct now regularly appear in the mainstream media Research integrity problems don t however often come to light until work is submitted for publication or published Journals and publishers are having to deal with a whole range of new and complex issues and problems Not only can these be time consuming they may require specialist knowledge and technical expertise and so seriously stretch resources What are research funders and institutions doing to try to improve research integrity What can journals and publishers do to help their research communities and so reduce the number of problems that arise at publication stage Morning Keynote Presentation Scholarly integrity and matters of trust David Nicholas Director CIBER Research The digital transition raises doubts about the trustworthiness of scholarly communication and may usher in dodgy practices It is now easier to write and publish and new actors are joining the scholarly community which in turn means there is more sub standard content published plagiarism etc The Doomsday scenario is academe will stray from chosen path which will lead to science being devalued and nobody trusting it It will become hippy science Such concerns led to an international investigation of the behaviours and perceptions of 4000 researchers This paper will focus on four aspects of the research a how bad things are and are they getting worse b unethical practices c open access publishing d peer review 10 45 Morning coffee break 11 15 Practical surveys How publishers can avoid actively harming science Anna Sharman Founder of Cofactor Ltd Much of the discussion about publishing ethics focuses on misconduct among authors and editors but what about the publishers themselves Some have been accused of focusing more on profits than on communication of scientific information This talk will look at what publishers can do to correct misconceptions about their costs make up for previous decisions that are arguably still harming science and thus improve their image among scientists Trying to clear up the mess Anji Clarke Copyright and Publication Risk Consultant The overall aim of publication ethics is of course as lofty as it is necessary but the reality of dealing with individual problems is extremely messy mainly because it involves people Dealing with it seems like a never ending learning curve where there are only hard lessons This presentation gives a few pointers as to how those on the ground can help themselves The hope is to inspire others to share any good ideas they may have 12 25 Trust Through Transparency Kirsty Meddings Product Manager CrossRef It s

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/publication-ethics-and-research-integrity/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    AllTrials Campaign Director http www alltrials net 10 30 COFFEE BREAK 11 00 Panel Publishing Innovations for Research reproducibility Moderator Joanne Sheppard Elsevier Boston Reproducibility what why when Gianluca Setti IEEE fellow and Editor in Chief of IEEE Transactions CAS engineering professor at University of Ferrara Publishing Innovations for better Reproducibility Emilie Marcus CEO and Editor in Chief Cell Reproducibility Is this the 21st Century version of Turtles all the way down Kent Anderson publisher Science AAAS Promoting transparent research methods protocols and data to reduce irreproducibility Andrew Hufton Managing Editor Nature Scientific Data Responding to growing concerns from the scientific community about results that cannot be reproduced Nature Publishing Group journals and others within the Springer Nature family have taken a number of steps to raise the standards of methodological reporting in our life science publications and to promote wider sharing of protocols and data These initiatives aim to create a more transparent publication record and to incentivize the sharing of a wider range of research outputs 12 30 SPECIAL DEMO on Reproducibility Moderator Eefke Smit STM Michael Diepenbroek PANGEAE Data Center A Universal system for Data Literature Interlinking DLI 12 50 Lunch 13 50 SPECIAL IEEE LECTURE and K eynote presentation Cyber security and Data protection Moderator Gerry Grenier IEEE Pam Dixon founder of the World Privacy Forum 14 40 Panel Cyber Security How to protect our platforms against Moderator David Smith Head of Production Solutions IET James Walker IOPP CTO Christian Kohl Consultant Freddie Quek Group Head of Software at The Collinson Group and Research Associate at Henley Business School Not a day goes by without some new cyber security issue showing up in the news From Sony to TalkTalk Conficker to Stagefright SQL injection to Apache Struts and even good old fashioned content theft Someone somewhere is always targeting the digital infrastructure of organisations across the globe What about the world of STM publishing What s going on Are we being targeted What attention should we be paying to this area What are the issues at play What do we need to do This panel will be discussing these issues and we d like you to participate as well 15 30 BREAK 16 00 The Future of Reputation Management 2 panel discussions Moderator Phill Jones Digital Science Panel A Reputation management for researchers Principles for Research Evaluation do citations and altmetrics match Prof Dr Paul Wouters Professor of Scientometrics Leiden University CWTS The usability of article level metrics Euan Adie founder of Altmetrics com New measures of reputation the researcher s viewpoint Melinda Kenneway co founder of KUDOS With an increasing focus on assessment of research performance which of the many new emerging metrics do researchers feel are important now and in the future In this presentation Melinda will outline the results of a survey conducted with Kudos users to understand what measures and activities they believe contribute to their scholarly reputation and also what they think their employers and funders value 16 50 Panel B

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/innovations-seminar-2015/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    with Leighton Chipperfield who will help us understand what smaller society publishers have to do to keep up with their larger brethren The afternoon brings with it a change of focus from strategy to technology Have your production team expressed a wish to move away from paper based proof markup Then Petra Abbam s panel is for you And if web based mathematical display is the source of your headaches Ahmed Hindawi has a solution for you We also have Bill Kasdorf s essential technology and standards update and a final session on one of the most neglected but very troublesome topic of citation and reference management from Tom Hatton and Peter Burnhill Seminar Co Directors Tasha Mellins Cohen Semantico Janine Burr Willans Emerald Insight 08 15 Registration refreshments 09 30 Introduction Tasha MC Janine BW 09 40 Keynote Beyond journals developing a platform strategy for Brill a publisher with many content types Brill is a scholarly publisher with a focus on the humanities social sciences and international law Next to 240 journals Brill publishes almost 1 000 monographs per year all available online plus 140 databases including reference works bibliographies dictionaries and primary sources In this presentation Ove will explain Brill s current platform strategy and explore how the publisher s content diversity could be addressed in the future Ove Kähler Brill 10 25 Panel The Future of Platform Wars Is this where STM Publishers should be focusing Freddie Quek A big question that publishers face is what to do with their publishing platforms Should they build buy or partner The panel will discuss this and ask whether publishers should look at building better ways of sharing content across partners competitors for the benefit of the users and consumers and ultimately the publishers themselves Freddie Quek Group Head of Software at The Collinson Group and Research Associate at Henley Business School James Walker IOPP Christian Kohl Consultant John Sack HighWirePress 11 15 Refreshment break 11 40 The next generation platform Lisa McLaughlin AIPP 12 10 Levelling the playing field smaller publishers and modern technologies Being small can be beautiful and brings inherent challenges and opportunities As the nature of scientific research networking and publishing evolves smaller publishers are finding ways to use new technologies to build on their inherent strengths diversify income streams and help them punch above their weight This talk will look at selected technologies across a modern society publishing business to understand the value they add Leighton Chipperfield Microbiology Society 12 40 Lunch 13 45 Panel Web based proof markup technologies As publication times are falling bottlenecks can still be found in the correction process which has historically relied on PDF markup Online proofing systems can drastically reduce publication times while also giving authors more control over their articles This panel discussion will look at the use of these systems from three very different perspectives the publisher the vendor and the author Each speaker will give a brief overview of their experience of proofing systems This

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/digital-publishing-seminar-2015/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    Committee Resources Early Career Publishers Committee Industry Survey 2014 Mentoring Scheme Careers Development Communications Committee Multimedia Web Competition Press Room Standards Technology Future Lab Committee Executive Committee STEC Partner Organisations Resources Standards Research4Life Outreach patientINFORM Research4Life Programmes Events Upcoming Events 17th February STM Early Career Publishers Speed Networking Event London 24th February Who counts Metrics in use by authors institutions funders and publishers 6th to 9th March 9th Intensive Course in Journal Publishing Asia 2016 26th to 28th April STM Annual US Conference 2016 18th October STM Frankfurt Conference 2016 6th December STM Digital Publishing 2016 7th December Innovations Seminar 2016 8th December STM Week 2016 Day 3 Other Events Past Events Industry Events Documents Press Members Area STM Week 2015 All Events Combined Registration Includes the following events 1st December 2015 STM Digital Publishing Seminar 2nd December 2015 STM Innovation Seminar 3rd December 2015 Publication Ethics and Research Integrity Events Terms and Conditions Cancellation Cancellations made in writing up to 30 days before an event are eligible for a 50 refund No refunds can be made for cancellations received on or after 30 days prior to the event date however substitutions may be made free of charge at any

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/stm-week-2015-combined-registration/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    all 11 30 Inspiring authors to participate in increasing the visibility and impact of their Charlie Rapple Co founder and Marketing Director Kudos Authors are the best people to explain their work and at the centre of the most appropriate networks for sharing that work Yet it s often difficult to get them to engage in efforts to promote their work There are many reasons for this chief among them is that authors don t realise how effective simple efforts can be and are put off by the myriad different approaches of their multiple publishers Kudos has attempted to address this with a standard toolkit for explaining and sharing research a range of metrics against which to measure the impact of this and dashboards to help publishers better support and amplify authors efforts 11 45 Research Data Publication and Impact What Why and How Fiona Murphy Senior Associate Murphy Mitchell To build reputation and career advancement researchers have always had to proficiently manage a bewildering array of tasks Now as well as achieving funding and producing well cited primary research papers they are increasingly required to collect and publish the data underlying their research in order to comply with funder mandates and journal policies The high level rationale for this development is well known but is it being heard by the researchers themselves And what are the implications consequences of non compliance 12 00 Panel discussion 12 15 Lunch 13 25 Session Three Achieving Impact How STM is helping members increase the impact of their publications in the developing world and among patient communities Richard Gedye Director of Outreach Programmes STM Association Research4Life is a collaboration between scientific publishers UN agencies library and technology partners to reduce the knowledge gap between industrialized countries and developing countries by providing affordable access to critical scientific research This presentation will report on the how the Research4Life initiative has gathered evidence on the impact of its programmes via a survey of its users and via more detailed case studies from users and librarians The presentation will also look at patientINFORM which represents a collaboration between medical publishers and medical research charities to provide patients and carers with intelligible summaries of the most significant and important latest research but also to allow them to access and print out the research articles on which the summaries are based and share them with their physician as part of their physician patient dialogue on matters of disease progression and treatment 13 50 Influence and Impact David Payne Website Editor British Medical Journal Impact is important to The BMJ but article citations and impact factor can be a blunt tool for measuring if its content dozens of articles posted each week plus blogs audio video and infographics has actually changed practice The BMJ wants its content to inform educate and to entertain David Payne the journal s digital editor describes how initiatives such as The BMJ s patient partnership strategy its 20th online anniversary campaign tools such as altmetrics

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/publishing-impact/ (2016-02-13)
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