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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    talk will cover the diversification of the traditional production role in STM journals using the eLife production department as a model It will cover the additional knowledge and skills that my team has developed which would not have had been necessary even 3 years ago as production staff and how that has led to the exciting and stimulating roles we ve carved out for ourselves Melissa Harrison eLife 10 15 Outsourcing benefits and pitfalls Jim Lilley Wiley 11 05 Refreshment break 11 30 Panel Selecting and implementing a new production workflow system Moderated by Natasha Mellins Cohen IOP Publishing This panel discussion brings together representatives from three very different publishers Emerald Maney and IOP who have all chosen to use the same new production tracking system MPS Trak Each of our speakers will give a brief introduction covering why this particular system was selected over any other their experience of the system and key learning points they think other publishers need to know This will be followed by a panel debate about the pros and cons of introducing such systems and an opportunity for wider discussion with the audience Janine Burr Willans Emerald Samantha Town Maney Sue Bourner IOP Publishing 12 25 Lunch 13 20 Collaboration Convergence How Today s Technology Standards are Working Together to Make Things Work EDUPUB Working Draft Document Bill Kasdorf Apex Content Solutions 14 15 Refreshment break 14 35 Practical and technological approaches to content production challenges part one display Automated page composition at ACS The scholarly publishing industry is in a state of flux Open access supporters are advocating for freely available content Publishers are struggling to maintain and grow their business in the face of technological advancements increasing submission volumes and rapidly changing consumer demands New entrants and startups are inventing novel methods of creating storing and consuming scientific information and are creating new markets and burgeoning market opportunities The American Chemical Society ACS are an esteemed non profit society who are also a top tier scholarly publisher As a publisher ACS recognise and embrace the state of flux in the industry and are continually launching new initiatives such as ChemWorx Central Science Editors Choice and Author Rewards A recent initiative developed and launched by ACS and GPSL is the Journals Composition Automation JCA system The JCA initiative revolutionised the ACS Publications division through a combination of faster publication greatly reduced production costs and increased product quality Accepted manuscripts have been published to the web as full text PDF articles in as little as seven 7 hours with the JCA system JCA has now been in full production for over two years and publishes more than 300 000 pages per year This session will provide a summary of the project relevant details of the planning and design process and an overview and demonstration of the JCA publishing process Gareth Oakes GPSL Accommodating content with UX design User experience UX is ultimately about the alignment of form and function in a way that solves

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/e-production-seminar-2014/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    fun to the public Let s see how these three elements can be helpful in improving the way publishers and researchers work together to communicate science William Gunn Mendeley William Gunn head of academic outreach at Mendeley will explain how Mendeley provides a network between millions of researchers worldwide Started as a reference manager where academics and scholars can upload keep and organize their personal set of papers it is evolving into a space for collaboration sharing and discovery Is Mendeley growing into a proper scientific social network or should we see it simply as a reference manager adding bells and whistles Social Media in Altmetrics Altmetrics in Social Media Kathy Christian Altmetrics Presence in Social Media is an important measure in new metrics Katherine Christian explains the role that altmetrics play in assessing the quality of blogs comments and self postings in social media And while social media appear in altmetrics the reverse is explained how altmetrics appear in social media Being Open as an early career researcher is sharing easier for the new generation Erin McKiernan Erin McKiernan is a researcher working primarily in experimental and theoretical neuroscience and an active blogger about neuroscience open science and open access publishing She lives and breathes the sharing paradigm and will explain what it means being open as an early career researcher She is also a teacher in math and science Based in Mexico McKiernan will deliver her talk via video and skype 12 15 EU consultation on Science 2 0 Daniel Spichtinger European Commission Open Science and Open Research has the won the close attention of the EU in a Science 2 0 program aiming to create benefits to innovation economic growth and welfare and wellbeing of the EU citizens through more Science 2 0 A consultation for this was started in the second half of 2014 and results are expected soon 12 35 FLASH Session Publishers and vendors show their latest launches in flashy super fast 5 minute talks Moderated by Jasper Simons Thomson Reuters Sam Herbert 67 Bricks Graham McCann Shared Ontologies for Article Enrichment Howard Ratner CHORUS Andrea Fallas Semantico 13 00 LUNCH Time for networking 14 00 Afternoon Keynotes Open Science Open Metrics Moderator Anita de Waard Elsevier Carole Goble FAIRer Research The reuse and reproduction of scientific experiments as they are described in publications is hard It depends on additional information and support beyond the text of the paper Because the objects of research are not just articles They are the codes data algorithms workflows that are bundled with the narrative first class citizens to be managed credited and tracked These objects like research itself are not fixed codes fork data is updated algorithms are revised workflows break The Research Object Framework to about bundling and relating the resources of a scientific experiment with their research context with the information needed for research and its components Findable Accessible Interoperable and Reusable FAIR In the talk I ll present our attempt to define a light

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/innovations-seminar-2014/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    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 Effective communications for publishing professionals the importance of story telling An interactive webinar 4pm GMT on the 13 th November 2014 Are you sitting comfortably Then we ll tell you a story Facts and figures alone can sometimes be dull but stories can truly engage an audience The art of storytelling involves using messages which resonate and inspire conversation and sharing For publishers story telling can be used to great effect to open and maintain dialogues with authors and editors and likewise to help define your journal and publishers brand both physically and digital The webinar will explore how story telling can be used by all employees across publishing and will include The components of a good story Understanding what authors editors customers want to feel explore and understand Developing story telling skills Using content to drive engagement and conversation Webinar Speakers Alex Brown Communications Manager Springer Tom Reller VP Global Corporate Communications Elsevier Christopher Kenneally VP CTO Copyright Clearance Center 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

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/effective-communications-publishing-professionals-importance-story-telling/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    to attend the full course in order to participate in the presentations which will occur on the final day Those who complete the course will receive a certificate of completion signed on behalf of STM NB Timings subject to change Monday 10 November 8 30 Registration 9 00 Kathey Alexander Welcome and Introductions Explanation of the Schedule and Program Assignment of attendees into companies Case Studies Proposals and Presentations 10 00 Scholarly Journals in the Cross Hairs Glen Campbell US Managing Director BMJ 11 00 Editorial Strategies and Development Colette E Bean Vice President and Publishing Director John Wiley Sons US This session will look at society owned journals where it may be more challenging to introduce new ideas and at proprietary journals where the publisher may be more free to propose significant changes to the fix a floundering journal 12 00 Group photograph 12 15 Lunch 13 15 Journal Financials The Essentials Shelly Nuttall Business Development Director STM Journals Elsevier What you need to know to understand the basic Journal P L subscription model and open access The income side setting subscription prices or open access fees member and on member subscriptions institutional licenses and other revenue The cost side print or not distribution supporting the editor and editorial office royalty or profit share for the owning society 15 30 Group Working Session 18 00 Drinks reception and served plated dinner Tuesday 11 November 9 00 General Q A 9 30 Writing the Proposal or Business Case and Making the Presentation Kathey Alexander Consultant in Professional Scholarly Publishing Planning and coordination is crucial for responding to an RFP or presenting your business case to management collecting information developing the financials and writing the proposal or business case What your audience expects of your presentation 10 45 Licensing and Consortia Sales Mary Fugle MLS Sales Representative BMJ Current trends in licensing to bundle or not to bundle different business models print print electronic e only consortia sales the good and the bad making projections The challenges of transferring journals from one publisher to another 12 00 Lunch and group working session 14 00 Corporate Sales Products Services and Supplements Stephen Close Manager Corporate Sales US Oxford University Press What s happening with journal advertising print and online New ethical challenges The current state of other revenue categories reprints and e prints delivery formats and devices working with 3rd parties rights content aggregators translations and local language editions 15 00 Global Marketing Erica Howard Global Associate Director Journals Marketing SAGE Publications Inc What does marketing mean for today s journals Marketing the individual journal digital libraries and individual articles Marketing for authors Marketing to drive usage How to judge results 16 00 Group working session and Buffet dinner Wednesday 12 November 9 00 General Q A 9 30 Content Management The Service Formerly Known as Production Matthew Hollender Senior Production Manager John Wiley Sons Inc Electronic workflow and the global production chain Things we don t have to consider in print

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/intensive-course-in-journal-publishing-usa-2014/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    which attracts international attendees from all sizes of publishing organizations Programme 08 15 Registration Continental Breakfast Networking 09 30 Welcome Opening STM Board Chair 09 35 Keynote Speaker How Clinicians are Changing the Face of Scholarly Publishing Cathy Wolfe President CEO Medical Research Wolters Kluwer What lessons can we learn from understanding how scholarly content is accessed and consumed by connected mobile practitioners A closer look at the medical publishing sector reveals insights into how we can learn from users to best navigate change stay relevant and anticipate the future of the journal 10 30 Refreshment Break 11 00 Social media as a tool for publishers and academics to share content and encourage collaboration Moderator Ruth Francis Head of Communications Open Access and UK Springer Jacob Molyneux Senior Editor American Journal of Nursing Simon Chadwick Professor of Sport Business Strategy and Marketing Coventry University UK Joachim Müller Jung Science Editor Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung The Internet has allowed for an incredible explosion in the reach of knowledge through social channels such as blogs microblogs and social media This session will examine how researchers and publishers can promote research develop engagement and encourage collaboration through sharing of published content It will examine how this content can be used to Reach new audiences including journalists Drive traffic and conversation about published content Assist researchers with raising the profile of their research Help build relationships between publishers editors and the research community 12 15 Lunch 1 15 Is a Rational Discussion of Open Access Possible Rick Anderson Associate Dean for Scholarly Resources Collections Marriott Library University of Utah Like any other system of dissemination Open Access in its various forms carries with it both benefits and costs The OA advocacy community is very receptive to discussion of its benefits but tends to respond negatively even aggressively to any attempt to address its costs and downsides This tendency makes rational discussion of OA unnecessarily difficult This presentation will attempt to demonstrate the scope of this problem and propose some strategies for mitigating it 2 15 Refreshment Break 2 45 Early Career Researchers Session Moderator Phill Jones Ph D Head of Publisher Outreach Digital Science Farron McIntee Ph D Division of Biology Biological Sciences Washington University St Louis Anna Villar Piqué Ph D Department of NeuroDegeneration and Restorative Research University Medical Center Goettingen Jonathan Foster Ph D Department of Chemistry Nitschke Research Group University of Cambridge Over the past decade the number of early stage researchers and in particular post doctoral fellows has exploded Fueled by what many academics consider to be an over production of PhDs and ever scarcer funding to support full time faculty positions the number of postdocs in the US alone is thought to be as high as 90 000 Surprisingly little research on the numbers of postdocs worldwide exist but it is believed that over 50 of US postdocs are foreign citizens and that only 15 ascend to faculty positions within 6 years of being awarded a PhD As in many

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/frankfurt-conference-2014/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    introductions 9 45 STM and publishing in uncertain times Opportunities and threats confronting publishers Michael Mabe Chief Executive Officer STM Association 11 00 Break 11 15 Rounding up the usual suspects A fresh look at competitor analysis Jonathan Clark Jonathan Clark Partners 12 30 Group photograph 12 45 Lunch 13 45 Taking the moral high ground Case study and group work on reputation and ethics Led by Jonathan Clark 15 00 Break 15 15 Taking the moral high ground Presentations by groups 16 00 Poker School Led by Chris Blake Business Consultant Investor and Social Entrepreneur 17 00 Break 18 30 Visit to The Trout local pub with STM quiz Led by Ed Pentz CrossRef Dinner TUESDAY 9 SEPTEMBER 9 15 Risk assessment publishing strategy and scarce resources Chris Blake Business Consultant Investor and Social Entrepreneur 10 45 Break 11 15 Threats to the balance of our IP rights The view from Planet Copyright Sarah Faulder Chief Executive Publishers Licensing Society Sarah Fricker Legal Counsel Institute of Physics Publishing 12 45 Lunch 13 45 Financial measures investing for value and maximizing return John Semel Vice President John Wiley Sons 15 00 Break 15 30 Metrics and post peer review Empowering authors in the post OA landscape Tahir Mansoori CEO and Founder Colwiz Bryan Vickery Director of Cogent OA Informa 16 30 Deliberately different choosing for a competitive strategy Case study and group work 17 00 Break 18 30 Embrace technology or it will embrace you Reception and guest speaker Timo Hannay WEDNESDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 9 15 Managing reputation Helen Bray Vice President Communication Global Research John Wiley Sons Grace Baynes Head of Communications Nature Publishing Group Palgrave Macmillan 10 30 Break 11 00 Understanding funders The politics and ecosystems of research funding Dr Michael Jubb Director Research Information Network 12

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/13th-master-class-europe-developing-leadership-and-innovation/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    a scholarly or professional publishing organization The course is not just for the big players Members from smaller houses have found previous courses highly significant in the development of their careers The 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 will benefit Building on their experience registrants will gain a holistic understanding of the research publishing industry The mechanics functional roles and relationships with different customers are explained Global publishing experts in senior positions work as lecturers Course Director Caroline Black Bio Med Central Programme MONDAY 19 May 08 30 Registration 09 00 Future of Journals Michael Mabe STM Association 10 00 Introduction to case study and team allocation 10 30 Refreshment break 11 00 Innovation Eefke Smit STM Association 12 00 Journal finance and business models Bas Straub 13 00 Lunch Group photograph 14 00 Open access business planning Deborah Kahn Bio Med Central 15 00 Refreshment break 15 15 Case study review of materials planning and questions 16 00 Strategic Development Caroline Black Bio Med Central 17 00 Break and case study work 19 00 Networking drinks reception and Dinner TUESDAY 20 May 08 30 Case study clinic 09 00 Institutional sales and licensing Yann Amouroux IET 10 00 Promotion and Publicity 11 00 Refreshment break 11 30 Measuring success Bas Straub 12 30 Lunch 13 30 Legal Issues in STM publishing André Myburgh Lenz Caemmerer 14 30 Refreshment break and further case study work 19 00 Informal Dinner WEDNESDAY 21 May 08 30 Case study clinic 09 00 Case study work 10 00 Content Management Ed Wates John Wiley

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/ijc-europe-2014/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    Welcome and Introduction by Gerry Grenier IEEE chair of the STM Future Lab Opening Keynotes Analytics and Metrics Moderator Dave Martinsen ACS Science in Sports Prof David W Smith Professor of Biological Sciences and baseball researcher and historian University of Delaware Mapping of Science and the Analytics of Publishing Kevin Boyack President SciTech Strategies Inc If we say data we also automatically say metrics and analytics New analytics tools have surged innovative new applications using the increasing abundance of data In sports the use of new metrics and analytics creates a whole new area of science as shown by baseball historian and researcher professor David W Smith who is also professor of Biological Sciences In the area of STM publishing analysis of publication data helps visualize the mapping of science Pioneer Kevin Boyack of Scitech Strategies shows several real life examples 14 30 Panel STM Tech Trends 2014 Moderator Christopher Kenneally CCC The new technology trends for 2014 and further as they will impact STM publishers explained by a panel of 4 from STM s Future Lab Committee With Andrea Powell CABI Howard Ratner Chorus Heather Ruland Staines SIPX Dave Martinsen ACS 15 10 Break 15 30 Plenary The Smart Article Moderator Eefke Smit STM The role of Publishers in Semantic Annotation and Knowledge Representation Professor Larry Hunter University of Colorado Denver Computational BioScience Program Searching for Data and Finding New Science Anita de Waard Elsevier Vice President Research Data Collaborations Increasingly the research article becomes computable adding research data algorithms and smart searching How intelligent will the article become Can it find you so you no longer need to search for it Can it test assertions Generate new hypotheses Can articles generate new articles without human interference Will human analysis be eliminated and if so up to what point

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/stm-innovations-seminar-u-s-2014/ (2016-02-13)
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