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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    from the changing nature of authorship and credit to how other stakeholders view their role in a world of social sharing government OA mandates and accelerating publishing innovations Mario Biagioli PhD Distinguished Professor of Science and Technology Studies Law History Director Center for Science Innovations Studies University of California Davis Jose Marie Griffiths PhD Vice President Academic Affairs Bryant University Providence Rhode Island Edward Liebow PhD Executive Director American Anthropological Association Alan D Thornhill Ph D Director Office of Science Quality and Integrity U S Geological Survey 12 15pm Lunch Networking 1 30pm Introduction to the Afternoon 1 35 3 15pm Ethics and Trust in Journal Publishing How sound is the system Moderator Alice Meadows Director of Communications Global Research Wiley Science magazine s recent sting of OA journals exposed major issues with the peer review process in a number of OA journals But has anything changed as a result Should it Will it Is the peer review process any better in subscription journals How rigorous is the rest of the publishing process Our panel of experts will address these questions from a range of perspectives and will give us their thoughts on some changes publishers could implement immediately to improve the journal publishing process and restore confidence in it John Bohannon Ph D Biologist science journalist Harvard University writes for Science Discover and Wired magazines Phil Davis Ph D Independent researcher publishing consultant and frequent contributor to the Scholarly Kitchen Chris Graf New Business Director Wiley and Treasurer of the Committee on Publication Ethics COPE Ivan Oransky M D VP MedPage Today co founder Retraction Watch 3 15 3 45pm Break Networking 3 45 4 15pm Flash session Moderator Terry Hulbert tcjh Consulting Publishers dotcoms and vendors show their latest launches in flashy super fast 5 minute talks Melinda Kenneway Kudos Peter Burnhill EDINA Kent Anderson SocialCite Jake Kelleher CCC Arend Küster QScience 4 15 Funding Research A Dark Future for Science Moderator Glenorchy P Campbell U S Managing Director BMJ We heard a lot about the budget cuts for defense public housing NASA and other programs as the budget sequestration started last year Another program that suffered cuts was research funding Agencies that fund research may be affected years into the future and the question has to be asked How will this affect research output Cuts in research will obviously affect labs and researchers Does this mean that patient care will be ultimately affected And will publishers be affected by the reduction in research output These and other questions will be discussed in this important session about the future of scientific research Sam Stein Political Reporter The Huffington Post Alan H DeCherney M D Senior Investigator National Institute of Child Health Human Development NICHD Elaine Alligood MLS Chief Library Service for the Boston VA Healthcare System s three campuses Michelle F Magee M D MedStar Health Research Institute MedStar Washington Hospital Center Associate Professor of Medicine Georgetown University School of Medicine Washington DC 5 45 Close of Day

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/stm-spring-conference-2014/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    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 9th 10th and 11th March 2014 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 Course director and speakers Anthony Watkinson Honorary Lecturer Department of Information Studies University College London and formerly Director of Education and Training STM will direct the course Lyndsey Dixon Regional Journals Editorial Director Taylor and Francis Asia Pacific will act as course tutor Speakers come both from APAC countries and outside the region ensuring that local industry specifics are addressed and the global nature of the journals business is always presented Preliminary Programme Sunday 09 March 2014 11 00 Registration 12 00 Lunch 12 45 Welcome to Singapore and Introduction to the Course Anthony Watkinson and Doreen Liu Managing Director World Scientific Publishing 13 30 Role and Future of STM Journal Publishing Michael Mabe Chief Executive Officer STM 14 30 The World Out There Anthony Watkinson 15 45 Refreshment Break 16 00 How to publish Open Access Diane Wang Business Development Manager China BioMed Central Beijing 17 00 Introduction to the Case Study Anthony Watkinson and Lyndsey Dixon Regional Journals Editorial Director Taylor and Francis Asia Pacific 18 00 Work on case study 19 00 Dinner followed by work on case study Monday 10 March 2014 08 30 Questions and Answers about the Case Study Anthony Watkinson and Lyndsey Dixon Regional Journals Editorial Director Taylor and Francis Asia Pacific 09 00 Managing Journal Finances Terig Hughes Finance Director Elsevier Health Sciences Asia Pacific 10 15 Refreshment Break 10 30 Journal Development Lyndsey Dixon Regional Journals Editorial Director Taylor and Francis Asia Pacific 11 45 Managing Journal Health The Editorial Office Elaine Tham Senior Publisher Asia Pacific at IOP Publishing 13 00 Lunch followed by work on the case study 16 00 Refreshment Break 16 15 The Legal Frame of Publishing Rong Li Senior Corporate Counsel Elsevier China Babita Deol Corporate Counsel Elsevier Asia Pacific 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 Publishing Company Tuesday 11 March 08 15 Questions and Answers about the Case Study Anthony Watkinson and Lyndsey Dixon Regional Journals Editorial Director Taylor and Francis Asia Pacific 08 45 The Journal Production Chain Catherine Ng Senior Production Manager Journals Content Management Wiley Singapore 09 45 Refreshment Break 10 00 Marketing and the Market Thecla Teo Director of Global Institutional

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/7th-intensive-course-in-journal-publishing-asia-2014/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    static or dynamic when is it added in the process and how is it managed over time This presentation will identify key questions to be evaluated and addressed in designing content management solutions to support content enrichment illustrated with examples from the history of our industry and recent implementations by AIP Publishing 10 05 First Session Rethinking Never mind the version of record which is your format of record Kaveh Bazargan CEO River Valley Technologies EPUB3 HTML5 and the Open Web Platform Bill McCoy Executive Director International Digital Publishing Forum 11 00 Refreshment Break 11 30 First Panel What s New in Semantic Enrichment Organised and chaired by Louise Russell Tutton Russell Consulting Ltd with contributors including Marjorie M K Hlava Access Innovations Breda Corish Elsevier Clinical Key Elsevier Merged Medical Taxonomy EMMeT from Smart Content to Smart Collection Elsevier s flagship online clinical reference solution ClinicalKey was launched in 2012 with enhanced search capabilities resulting from the use of EMMeT Elsevier Merged Medical Taxonomy to create Smart Content which understands the vast number of relationships between clinical concepts In 2013 that same approach to semantic enrichment is being used to deliver a major upgrade in the web platform for Elsevier s 500 plus health medical and life science journals resulting in improved content discoverability for readers and a more robust Smart Collection Tool for content categorization by journal editors Jess Lawson OUP Oxford Index 4 million content items 40 disciplines and counting and 1 metadata repository Daniel Mayer TEMIS A Connected Workflow for Semantic Enrichment Historic content enrichment processes lacked scalability consistency and granularity because they were entirely manual Semantic enrichment platforms help Publishers bridge these gaps to scalably package differentiated products and provide compelling access As adoption reaches the mainstream an organically connected workflow is emerging where semantic enrichment also supports thesaurus or ontology management and successfully leverages human curation This session will showcase the benefits of this connected workflow where taxonomists or ontologists and indexers on the one hand and the semantic enrichment platform on the other work hand in hand at the nexus of a cohesive information lifecycle Jake Zarnegar Silverchair Semantic Analytics Semantic enrichment of STM content isn t trivial and it certainly isn t free E Production discussions of semantic enrichment should always be paired with a compelling ROI for publishers The first generation of semantic ROI focused on improving online searching and browsing building automated content collections and products and enabling better information filtering options in dense online databases and workflow applications The next generation of ROI for publishers involves combining semantic enrichment with site analytics to create actionable personal insights about your audience that can be used by sales marketing editorial and software teams to drive an increase in user engagement and content usage 12 40 Lunch 13 40 Second Session Something to think about Hendrik Wittkopf Global Supplier Manager Sage Publications Cloud publishing one year on 14 05 Second Panel Improving access to STM publications Organised and chaired by Sarah Hilderley

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/e-production-seminar-2013/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    citizen science Come and experience what the real article of the future will look like Programme 08 45 Registration Coffee 09 30 Opening by Gerry Grenier IEEE chair of the STM Future Lab Committee 09 35 Morning Keynote and IEEE lecture The Research Data Revolution Moderated by Gerry Grenier IEEE The Research Data Revolution Sayeed Choudhury Associate Dean for Research Data Management Johns Hopkins University Data has become a major topic of interest from all sectors of society with headlines such as Data is the new oil to assertions from McKinsey that data is the fourth factor of production Within higher education new forms of data intensive scholarship have already begun to transform research and learning The Research Data Revolution will examine the implications of these developments for libraries and publishers especially as they relate to new forms of competition 10 30 Refreshment break 11 00 Morning plenary ePublishing evolutions Moderated by Dave Martinsen ACS Watson and the Journey to Cognitive Computing Frank Stein IBM Today many of our science technical and medical professionals can not keep up with the growing amount of new information being produced in the world The complication is that although we have ever faster computers they haven t been designed to process and understand this information which is mostly in human consumable formats This means we re not getting the full value out of our scientific medical and technical endeavors This talk will provide a brief overview of Watson as a cognitive computing exemplar and of Cognitive Computing more generally We will discuss some of the implications of this new technology providing a basis to envision changes that will start impacting our world and to understand some of the benefits and challenges that cognitive computers will bring to the scientists and professionals in the fields that you support Source Data and other article enrichments Thomas Lemberger EMBO Journals The aim of the EMBO SourceData project is to build tools that will allow journals to integrate data and structured biological metadata in published papers and to develop data oriented methods to search the literature Actionable Data the Wolfram Approach Matthew Day Wolfram Research Wolfram Research has created several actionable data technologies particularly WolframAlpha com and the Computable Document Format The new focus is on enhancements that will greatly extend our ability to make all sorts data files readily actionable with minimal work from data producers or curators 12 30 Morning FLASH Session Moderated by Terry Hulbert Independent Publishing Consultant Publishers dotcoms and vendors show their latest launches in flashy super fast 5 minute talks Includes eLife Molecular Connections PLoS River Valley Aries MarkLogic CHORUS 13 00 Lunch 14 00 Special Introduction on Science 2 0 and current developments in the EU Prof Jean Claude Burgelman EU Commission DG Research and Innovation Head of Unit 14 15 Afternoon Keynote e Science and we Science Making citizen science work Moderated by Dave Smith IET Lessons from the Zooniverse Science with nearly a million collaborators Chris Lintott Researcher Oxford

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/innovations-seminar-2013/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    Michael Mabe CEO International STM Association 10 45 Refreshment break 11 15 Case study 1 a company facing threats how do we respond to change group work 12 15 Group photograph 12 30 Lunch 13 30 Case study 1 a company facing threats how do we respond to change group presentations 14 15 Managing finance and risk Planning and implementing investment in STM publishing John Semel Senior Vice President John Wiley Sons 15 30 Refreshment break 16 00 The importance of communicating Managing reputation through social engagement Tom Reller Vice President Global Corporate Relations Elsevier 17 00 Close 18 30 Dinner followed by after dinner speaker Karen Hawkins Senior Director Product Design IEEE TUESDAY 12 NOVEMBER 09 00 Scientific data and datasets Jonathan Clark Jonathan Clark Partners data management consultant 10 30 Refreshment break 11 00 Case study 2 Building the publisher of the future how could IMPEC grow its business group work 12 00 Case study 2 How could IMPEC grow its business group presentations led by Jonathan Clark 12 45 Lunch 13 45 The challenge facing copyright Threats and opportunities in the digital age Roy Kaufman Managing Director New Ventures Copyright Clearance Center 15 00 Refreshment break 15 30 The importance of bibliometrics Iain Craig Associate Director Market Research Analysis John Wiley Son 16 30 Case study 3 a series of external crises introduction to group work 18 30 Dinner followed by after dinner speaker Ann Michael President DeltaThink WEDNESDAY 13 NOVEMBER 09 00 Priorities and pressures the view from different publishing environments A university press view Dean Smith Johns Hopkins University A society publisher s view Alice Meadows Director of Communications Wiley s Global Research Business 10 30 Refreshment break 11 00 Case study 3 a series of external crises final preparation 11 30 Discoverability and the

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/master-class-usa-2013/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    SHARE is a collaborative project engaging university research technology intellectual property and publishing communities Vaughan said It needs to be a global effort He acknowledged that there has been a troubled history of university publisher interactions in scholarly publishing There is still a lack of trust despite the fact that there are shared interests and goals He noted that SHARE and CHORUS have met to find common ground and have agreed to work jointly on persistent identifiers and metrics Ratner described CHORUS Clearinghouse for the Open Research of the United States a publisher initiative to comply with the OSTP open access policy CHORUS is a system which utilizes metadata deposited with CrossRef to facilitate access to government mandated open access research The user can use the CHORUS website a university or government website or a third party website to access the database which will then link to the research article on the publisher website Long term preservation will be provided by Portico and CLOCKSS A pilot study involving the U S Department of Energy the National Science Foundation NASA Wellcome Trust and seven publishers has been completed The DOE site is live search chorusaccess org Some agencies want to create their own API using the CHORUS database and link outs to the publisher Ratner reported Ratner encourage publishers to become signatories to the CHORUS initiation He also explained that they need to be a member of CrossRef and FundRef Actual membership in CHORUS will be discussed in 2014 Five communications specialists including three from major global publishers Grace Baynes from Nature Tom Reller from Elsevier Helen Bray from Wiley Matt McKay from STM Association and Alexandra Durnford from Regester Larkin discussed the urgent need to communicate given the ever more complicated media landscape Two common themes were the shift to social from a more traditional way of communicating and the need for reputation management Baynes opened the discussion by stressing that conversation is the important word We need to be talking more but also do a lot more listening If we were meant to talk more than listen we would have two mouths and one ear she posited Durnford explained that Regester Larkin works a lot with organizations that have already been threatened but it is important to start engaging before something goes horribly wrong Reputation is your most important asset she stressed Reputation isn t yours to own You are given it by your stakeholders Managing it protecting it guiding it is tricky Reputations can be developed over decades and lost in a minute You need to know who your stakeholders are Creating a dialogue is about listening to what your stakeholders expect from you Reputation is really about perception If you can t communicate the reputation then you are failing It is all about perception she warned Durnford cautioned that the media is not your audience but a conduit She also pointed out that social media has expanded the pool of stakeholders You need to communicate widely early

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/frankfurt-conference-2013/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    all aspects developments in Journals Publishing Very valuable to get broad overview of publishing industry Scope The course will provide a serious grounding in all aspects of learned journal publishing providing an in depth understanding of the various publishing functions It is intended that each function should be understood within the overall context of journal publishing The presenters have been asked to describe the current journal publishing business and what could be in its future Who should register This course is designed for those with at least one or two years experience in their publishing job with 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 Preliminary Programme Day 1 Monday 20 May 2013 8 30 9 00 Welcome and introduction to course 9 00 10 00 Future of journals Michael Mabe STM 10 00 11 00 Copyright rights and licensing Carlo Scollo Lavizzari STM 11 00 11 15 Break 11 15 11 45 Introduction to case study 11 45 13 00 Case study team review of materials and planning 13 00 14 00 Lunch 14 00 15 00 Journal finance Bas Straub Elsevier 15 00 16 00 Strategic development Caroline Black Portland Press 16 00 18 30 Case study work Networking and course dinner Day 2 Tuesday 21 May 2013 8 30 9 00 Case study clinic 9 00 10 00 Institutional sales and licensing Dagmar Laging Springer 10 00 11 00 Open access business planning Deborah Kahn BioMed Central 11 00 11 15 Break 11 15 12 00 Librarian viewpoint Debby Shorley formerly Imperial College 12 00 13 00 Innovation in journal publishing Gillian Howcroft Taylor Francis 13 00 14 00 Lunch 14 00 15 00 Promotion and publicity Davina Quarterman Wiley 15 00 19 00 Case study work 19 00 Hand in case study finances Informal dinner After dinner Case study work Day 3 Wednesday 22 May 2013 8 30 9 00 Case study clinic 9 00 10 00 Case study work 10 00 Hand in case study proposals 10 00 11 00 Content management Edward Wates Wiley 11 00 12 00 Final preparation for case study presentations 12 00 13 00 Case study presentations 13 00 14 00 Lunch 14 00 15 00 Relationship management Caroline Black Portland Press 15 00 16 00 Measuring success Bas Straub Elsevier 16 00 16 15 Break 16 15 17 00 Feedback and awards

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/stm-23rd-intensive-course-in-journal-publishing-europe/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    FACT Seminar No 2 Text and Data Mining International perspectives licensing and legal aspects There are presentations available for viewing and download A half day Journal Publishers Forum Seminar in conjunction with ALPSP the Publishers Association and STM FACT Seminars are concerned with the F undamentals dealing with breaking news A dvances and C hanges in T echnology as they affect STM publishing and publishers Scope Text and data mining TDM is one of the hottest topics in scholarly publishing in 2013 impacting publishers authors and readers alike The landscape of TDM is changing rapidly and the issues are currently being discussed though wide stakeholder engagement via the ECs Licenses for Europe dialogue Whilst technological advancement has wrought fast and efficient tools to help both publishers and readers alike however the licensing aspect of TDM is far from clear cut This timely event will explore the current TDM scene and look at how publishers are working to ensure that licensing agreements are both fair and practical It will present case studies from across Europe examine the legal obligations surrounding TDM and draw conclusions as to where the industry is moving next Who should attend Publishing executives rights managers legal staff and allied staff in Collective Management Societies Programme 12 30 Registration Lunch 13 30 Welcome and Introduction Graham Taylor The Long Game 13 35 Text Mining What Why and How Jonathan Clark Jonathan Clark Partners B V 13 55 Journal Article Mining study and survey Eefke Smit Association of STM Publishers 14 15 Legislative Developments Richard Mollet Publishers Association 14 25 Evolving Publisher Solutions in the STM Sector Alistair Tebbit Reed Elsevier Chris Kluiters Springer Duncan Campbell Wiley Blackwell 15 10 Licensing and text mining in the newspaper and periodicals sector Andrew Hughes Newspaper Licensing Agency NLA 15 30 Tea

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/fact-seminar-no-2/ (2016-02-13)
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