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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    conference is an unrivalled networking opportunity which attracts international attendees from all sizes of publishing organizations Programme Tuesday 13 th October 8 15 Registration Networking Breakfast 9 30 Welcome Opening STM Board Chair 9 35 Keynote Speaker Dr Robert Bob Hariri MD PhD Chairman Founder Chief Scientific Officer Celgene Cellular Therapeutics Vice Chairman Co Founder Human Longevity Inc 10 35 Coffee Break Networking 11 00 Communications Panel Moderated by Grace Baynes Director of Business Operations and Policy Open Research Springer Nature STM s consultation on article sharing H Frederick Dylla American Institute of Physics Think Check Submit Caroline Sutton Co Action Publishing Research4Life Richard Gedye STM Association ORCID in publisher workflows for authors and reviewers Laurel Haak ORCID 12 15 Lunch Networking 13 15 The Transition to Open Access Data from the UK Michael Jubb Director of Research Information Network RIN Michael shall present findings from a major collaborative study with authoritative data for 2014 on The availability different kinds of open access options both Green and Gold in different subject areas The take up of those different kinds of options by researchers in the UK as compared with global averages in journals with different citation profiles and in different subject areas Usage levels for OA and non OA articles Levels of payments made by UK universities for APCs and subscriptions The potential impact of OA on learned societies 14 00 Dismantling the Stumbling Blocks that Impede Researchers Access to E Resources Roger Schonfeld Director Library and Scholarly Communication Program Ithaka S R Scholarly publishers and content providers have made great strides in the design and usability of their online platforms in recent years But content providers operate in the systems ecosystem of the licensing academic library where a variety of intermediary services play a role in discovery and access

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/frankfurt-conference-2015/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    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 Revolutionizing Peer Review Can peer review be improved An interactive webinar 15 00 16 00 UK time Wednesday 30 th September 2015 Are we witnessing the next revolution in Peer Review The last great change in the practice of peer review occurred back in the mid 1900s when the development of new technology primarily the development of photocopy machines and a dramatic increase in the volume and complexity of science lead to a migration from a closed set of editors and committees to the use of independent external referees Half a century on are the same two drivers stimulating another revolution in peer review This webinar will have presentations from three experts whose companies journals are at the forefront of driving change in peer review eLife f1000 Research and Peerage of Science In addition to learning about their different approaches and how they believe this will address the current pressures on peer review there will also be a lively panel discussion on peer review innovation and why it is important and an opportunity to field your own questions to the panel Join other commercial and not for profit journal managers publishers and editors for this hour long deep dive into an issue that will stimulate your thinking around a topic that is central to scholarly communication Webinar Presentations Speakers Enabling consultation and transparency in the review process Andy Collings Executive Editor eLife Transparent post publication peer review Michaela Torkar Editorial Director F1000 Research Open engagement combined with

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/revolutionizing-peer-review-can-peer-review-improved/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    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 CAST Training Day There are presentations available for viewing and download This one day seminar is designed for people working in scholarly publishing and primarily with journals Participants experience may be in editorial sales marketing or content management roles but the course is also valuable for people working in other roles such as finance web publishing and technology or customer service Experience has shown that participants moving into journal publishing from other publishing sectors can also benefit from publishing training events Experienced practitioners will provide intensive training in all the publishing operations and roles in STM social science and humanities Scholarly publishing products come in various formats e journals e Books databases mobile applications and of course print While the course focuses on journals other products will be put in context of the typical publishing programme Training Day leader Lyndsey Dixon Regional Journals Editorial Director Taylor and Francis Asia Pacific Programme 08 30 09 00 Registration and coffee 09 00 09 30 Welcome introduction and format of the event Lyndsey Dixon Taylor and Francis 09 30 10 15 Current developments across academic journals Michael Mabe STM 10 15 11 00 Journal peer review processes and innovations James Murphy Wiley 11 00 11 15 Morning break 11 15 12 00 Publishing models Open Access repositories and author centric models Bev Acreman BioMed Central Gregg Gordon SSRN Prof Daiqing YANG ISTIC 12 00 12 45 Successful journal development Lyndsey Dixon Taylor Francis 12 45 13 15 Lunch 13 15 14 00 Measuring impact Gregg Gordon SSRN 14 00 14 45 Publishing ethics Nobuko Miyiari ORCID 14

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/stm-cast-training-day/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    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 CAST Industry Day China on the World Stage STM Publishing and China There are presentations available for viewing and download A Joint STM Chinese Association of Science and Technology CAST Event Please Note Registration for this event is now closed China has witnessed unparalleled growth over the last decade including within its STM publishing sector Chinese spending on research increases significantly every year increasing the demand for high quality published content and leading scholarly publications This event will bring together attendees from the Chinese Association of Science and Technology CAST as well as those from the wider publishing industry to explore the current developments across academic journal publishing in Asia and to discover what the future of STM publishing will look like across the region Preliminary Programme 08 00 08 30 Registration Coffee 08 30 09 00 Welcome and Keynote Introductions Wang Chunfa Executive Secretary CAST Eric Merkel Sobotta Past President STM 09 00 09 45 Keynote Presentation Wu Shulin 09 45 10 30 STM Industry in 2015 Michael Mabe STM Association 10 30 10 45 Morning break 10 45 12 30 Open Access and China Zhang Xiaolin Jigisha Patel BioMed Central 12 30 14 00 Lunch and networking 14 00 15 00 Panel Discussion STM publishing across APAC Lyndsey Dixon Taylor and Francis Anders Karlsson Elsevier Mark Robertson Wiley Yan Shuai Tsinghua University Press 15 00 15 30 Afternoon break 15 30 16 30 Reputation management and research integrity TBC

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/stm-cast-industry-day/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    extra minutes to register on the evening Where do you see yourself developing your future career in publishing What skills will you need to get there The answers you need will be provided by key publishing professionals at that STM Early Careers Publishers networking event Presentations Q A debate networking complimentary wine beer refreshments and nibbles Moderator Amy Brand VP Academic and Research Relations and VP North America at Digital Science Panel Speakers Joanne Sheppard is the Vice President of Business Development for Cell Press an academic publisher in the biological sciences In this capacity she is responsible for the overall strategic direction of the business product development and acquisition as well as the innovation processes Joanne has presented at conferences and universities worldwide including Tools of Change Shanghai Jiao Tong University and Harvard Medical School Prior to coming to Cell Press Joanne was the global VP of editorial for Elsevier s book division that published more than 1600 titles a year Andreas Paminger Director Operations at De Gruyter has a BS in Management and Business Administration from Skidmore College and an MBA in Global Business from the Boston College Carroll School of Management Starting his publishing career at Springer Science Business Media Andreas has spent the past four years managing De Gruyter s global fulfillment customer service data quality and general operations activities Phill Jones is Head of Publisher Outreach at Digital Science where he works to improve understanding amongst publishers of the types of products and services that Digital Science and it s various portfolio companies offer Working particularly closely with ReadCube Altmetric Figshare and Overleaf Phill supports marketing and sales efforts through industry engagement public speaking conference participation and educational efforts Angela Richardson is an expert in academic journal publishing and journal development Angela began her career

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/early-career-publishers-networking-event/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    the publishing operations and roles in STM social science and humanities As in the previous years of this successful training event the course uses the case study method involving the students in competitive business problem solving The case study also enables the students to share their existing experience and insight incorporating newly learned skills and insights Scholarly publishing products come in various formats e journals e Books databases mobile applications and of course print While the course focuses on journals other products will be put in context of the typical publishing programme Organisation of the course An outline of the topics covered and the speakers invited is provided below The presentations have been devised to encourage interaction and the programme is more flexible that it looks in order to allow for more detailed discussions of what emerge as key areas of interest and concern It is anticipated that all spare time will generally be devoted to the case study It will therefore be necessary to stay the nights of 8th 9th and 10th March 2015 at the conference centre even if you work and live in Singapore All participants should strongly consider bringing their laptops All participants will take part in their teams oral and written presentations but it will be understood that for some of those attending English is not the first language For more information about organisational matters please contact Jo Dinnage Accommodation The fee includes accommodation at Nanyang University for three nights All meals and all tutorial costs are also included Course Director Bas Straub Magknowlia Course Tutor Lyndsey Dixon Regional Journals Editorial Director Taylor and Francis Asia Pacific Sunday 8 March 10 30 Registration 11 15 Welcome to Singapore and Introduction to the Course Bas Straub Magknowlia Lyndsey Dixon Regional Journals Editorial Director Taylor and Francis Asia Pacific 12 00 Group photograph Lunch 12 45 Role and Future of STM Journal Publishing Michael Mabe Chief Executive Officer STM 13 30 The World Out There What are the current developments in academic journals publishing Bas Straub 14 30 Publishing Models Diane Wang Business Development Manager China 15 45 Refreshment Break 16 00 Acquisitions How what why and within that why do society publishing Lyndsey Dixon Regional Journals Editorial Director Taylor and Francis Asia Pacific 17 00 Introduction to the Case Study Bas Straub and Lyndsey Dixon 18 00 Work on case study 19 00 Dinner followed by work on case study Monday 9 March 08 30 Questions and Answers about the Case Study Bas Straub and Lyndsey Dixon 09 00 Managing Journal Finances Bas Straub 10 15 Refreshment Break 10 30 Journal Development Elaine Tham Senior Publisher APAC IOP 11 45 The Legal Frame of Publishing Bas Straub 13 00 Lunch followed by work on the case study 16 00 Refreshment Break 17 30 Break 18 00 Depart for Dinner meet at entrance of NTU Executive Centre 18 30 Dinner Reception At the home of Professor and Mrs K K Phua World Scientific Sponsored by World Scientific

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/ijc-asia-2015/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    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 Journal 350 How journal publishing advanced science And continues to do so There are presentations available for viewing and download Origins Developments Future Prospects 13 00 16 30 4 th March 2015 Royal Institution of Great Britain Albermarle St London W1 6 th March 2015 is the 350 th anniversary of the first publication of Philosophical Transactions the world s first scientific journal conceived published and edited for profit by the German born first joint Secretary of the Royal Society Henry Oldenburg It marks the beginning of journal publishing with the principles thrashed out in correspondence between Oldenburg and Robert Boyle still forming the main functions of scholarly journal publishing in the digital era As part of wider celebrations of this anniversary STM will be holding a free to attend commemorative seminar on the 4 th March Programme 13 00 Registration and light lunch 13 45 Welcome and introduction Michael Mabe STM 13 50 Oldenburg and the invention of journal publishing Michael Mabe STM 14 30 Present undertakings of the ingenious The journal at 350 is open online growing fast and tweeting But for how much longer will anyone need it Trish Groves BMJ 15 10 Coffee Break 15 40 STM 2040 What will scientific communication look like on the 50th anniversary of the World Wide Web Timo Hannay Digital Science 16 20 Q A 16 30 Conclusion and end of seminar Do join us for this lively afternoon event looking into the past present and the future of publishing Whilst places

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/journal350/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    assist researchers in making their work as fully available to the scientific community as possible so that it can be read validated critiqued and further built upon One key aspect of this is ensuring that dissemination is as wide and efficient as possible which is addressed through open access But equally important is ensuring that all of the components used in a research project data software hardware wetware etc can also be published otherwise much work is essentially unreproducible and of reduced impact This talk will look at how these objects are being published on the Ubiquity Press metajournals platform and how we believe this could shape the future of publishing Everything evolves even publishing Georgina Gurnhill PeerJ PeerJ is pushing scientific publishing forward by offering innovative models from lifetime publishing plans for individuals to build in reputation systems and optional open peer review PeerJ s custom built platform enables authors to publish their pre print prior to the full article enabling a seamless publishing process for authors Built with the scientific community in mind PeerJ outline how they are evolving academic publishing with innovative technology that helps researchers publish at maximum speed for minimum cost 12 30 Lunch Break 13 25 Afternoon Panel Encouraging Impact This session will look at impact in all its flavours and how it is affecting policy and practice within academia and in the wider society Moderated by Deborah Kahn Executive Vice President BioMed Central Maximising the value of research outputs a funder perspective David Carr Wellcome Trust Public and charitable research funders have made firm commitments to open up access to publications data and other key outputs generated by the research we support what are we hoping to achieve and how will we measure the impact Reflecting on the socio economic impact of OA Vicky Gardner Taylor Francis Open access facilitates the dissemination of research to communities outside of academia What does this mean in practical terms how are policymakers responding to this opportunity and how can we measure the impact of OA on the economy and wider society Modelling impact in an open world Michael Taylor Elsevier As learned discourse extends from the purely academic and becomes a wider conversation taking place increasingly online the approach to tracing impact needs to broaden its base from only looking at formal citations and links to publications This talk describes some of the work and outcomes that have come from community collaboration and using novel techniques in the pursuit of understanding impact in a more open world How openness is changing the impact of research Deborah Kahn BioMed Central This talk will illustrate with examples how openness and new forms of collaboration are changing the way research is carried out verified and disseminated and the resulting impacts this has had in solving pressing public health medical conservation and other important societal issues 14 35 Making Open Access work It s time we start building an infrastructure for managing Open Access Todd Carpenter Executive Director National Information

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/beyond-open-access/ (2016-02-13)
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