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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    45am Early Career Researchers at Work Three early career researchers relate on how they discover use and incorporate the scientific literature into their research projects and detail the good the bad and the ugly of of what is currently at their disposal Moderator Daniel Kulp Editorial Director American Physical Society Amber Stuver Data Analysis and EPO Scientist at the LIGO Livingston Observatory in Louisiana http touro ligo la caltech edu stuver Filipa Godoy Vitorino PHD Research Professor Inter American University of Puerto Rico Metropolitan Campus http www linkedin com pub filipa godoy vitorino 15 166 600 Antwan Jones PhD Assistant Professor Department of Sociology The George Washington University Washington D C http departments columbian gwu edu sociology people 117 12 30pm Lunch 1 45pm Introduction to the Afternoon Gerry Grenier Senior Director Publishing Technologies IEEE 1 50pm Funder perspectives on the role of publishers a forum Moderator H Frederick Dylla Executive Director and CEO American Institute of Physics Fund Ref A Funder Publisher Collaboration Sharon M Jordan Begun as a pilot project in March 2012 the FundRef initiative responded to the need to provide improved collection and display of funder attribution for research reported in scholarly publications The pilot facilitated by CrossRef included seven publishers and four funding agencies working collaboratively toward a community wide solution Having demonstrated feasibility during the pilot a final report with findings and recommendations was very recently issued and the CrossRef board approved moving forward with implementation of FundRef as a CrossRef service Horizon 2020 The EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation José Cotta European Commission D G Connect Head of Unit C3 Digital Science Myron P Gutmann Ph D Assistant Director National Science Foundation Directorate for the Social Behavioral and Economic Sciences 3 30pm Break 4 00pm Update on ORCID The ORCID Registry is live and over 100 000 researchers have created an iD Registrations are coming in directly and via a number of integration sites in manuscript tracking systems repositories other ID providers and through social media ORCID is quickly becoming an integral part of the research and scholarly ecosystem Co founder Howard Ratner CTO Executive VP for Nature Publishing Group will provide the latest information on this growing initiative 4 30pm Flash Session Peer Review Payment Analytics Moderator Rachel Burley Vice President and Director Open Access Wiley Blackwell ImpactStory Jason Priem co founder ImpactStory Peerage of Science Janne Tuomas Seppänen Founder and Managing Director Rubriq Keith Collier MEd Co founder Plum Analytics Mike Buschman Director of Product Management EBSCO Information Services Robert Schoenvogel Director of Operations EIS 5 15pm Reception at the hotel Thursday May 2 8 00am Coffee and Networking 9 05am Introduction to the morning keynote Michael Magoulias Director Journals University of Chicago Press 9 10am Keynote Kathleen Fitzpatrick Director of Scholarly Communication Modern Language Association Visiting Research Professor Department of English New York University Professor of Media Studies on leave Pomona College Author of Planned Obsolescence Publishing Technology and the Future of the Academy 10 10am Break 10

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/stm-spring-conference-2013/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    mining adds patterns and new relationships entity linking adds connections to deeper data and related information elsewhere on the web or in the cloud Research Articles are no longer straightforward stand alone entities locked up in PDFs A new PDF with much more interactive possibilities is on the rise These unstoppable innovations lead the STM Publishing industry into a transformation from a business in validation and verification of information into a business of augmenting information Scope This year s STM Spring Innovations Seminar in Washington DC brings a series of enticing speakers who shed enlightening perspectives on these transforming changes Come and learn from the talks on Cloud Research Engagements Data Publishing and Data Citation Massive Online Open Courseware MOOCs Attributions via ORCID and Digital Science STM s Future Lab will also reveal its Tech Trends 2013 report And don t miss the Flash Session with a line up of crazy 5 minute talks that provide the newest of what publishers are preparing to launch Annual US event STM is at leading edge of the latest technology trends within publishing This annual US event brings together the industry s most established thinkers and bright up and coming future stars to gives attendees an insight into the hottest innovations and vital technological trends and developments which will define STM publishing for years to come Schedule 12 45 Registration and Coffee 13 30 Opening Keynote Scientific Data Machine Learning and Analytics Tools in the Cloud Dennis Gannon Technology Policy Group Microsoft Research The university research community is now starting to feel the impact of the data explosion In some areas of science such as high energy physics the community is well prepared However in many other disciplines the need to catalog share and analyze big data is becoming a fundamental requirement of basic research Many of these disciplines are not well served by the national infrastructure and there is a growing recognition that a sustainable model for data is needed At the same time the commercial sector and industrial research labs have been deeply involved with the application of data analytics and machine learning to extract knowledge from big data This talk will look at some of these trends and describe how we may be able to use them to create valuable sustainable scientific data collections 14 15 Panel The New Openness Why Should Publishers Care About Massive Open Online Courses MOOCs Heather Ruland Staines SIPX Everywhere you look from the New York Times to the Wall Street Journal to Inside Higher Ed you see news about MOOCs how they will open education to the masses how they will disrupt education Platforms like Coursera Udacity Khan Academy compete with campus initiatives like Stanford s Class2Go and Duke s Semester Online What does this mean for publishers Does content need to be provided for free What different business models are possible Come learn about the challenges and opportunities in providing content for MOOCs Research Data and Data Citation Paul Uhlir Director at the

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/stm-innovations-seminar-us-2013/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    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 10 th 11 th and 12 th 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 Senior Lecturer Department of Information Studies University College London and formerly Director of Education and Training STM will direct the course Andrew Stammer Journals Publishing Director CSIRO Publishing 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 10 March 2013 11 00 Registration 12 00 Lunch 12 45 Welcome to Singapore and Introduction to the Course Anthony Watkinson Principal Consultant CIBER Research 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 Bas Straub Director Business Development Elsevier 15 45 Refreshment Break 16 00 How to publish Open Access Joyce Li Publisher BioMed Central 17 00 Introduction to the Case Study Anthony Watkinson Andrew Stammer Director CSIRO Publishing and Bas Straub 18 00 Work on case study 19 00 Dinner followed by work on case study Monday 11 March 08 30 Questions and Answers about the Case Study Anthony Watkinson Andrew Stammer and Bas Straub 09 00 Managing Journal Finances Terig Hughes Finance Director Elsevier Health Sciences Asia Pacific 10 15 Refreshment Break 10 30 Journal Development Chris Graf Editorial Director Health Sciences Wiley Blackwell Australia 11 45 Managing Journal health The Editorial Office Andrew Stammer Director CSIRO Publishing This presentation addresses five questions Who is interested in my journal Why are they interested How do I manage them What measurements can I use to indicate progress to them and How can I improve performance all from the perspective of the person managing the journal day to day 13 00 Lunch followed by work on the case study 16 00 Refreshment Break 16 15 The Legal Frame of Publishing Bas Straub 18 00 Break 18 30 Reception

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/ijc-asia-2013/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    it has become Government policy poses challenges to STM publishers in the field of copyright and licensing Until recently apart from being free to read and copy in a non commercial environment Gold OA articles have had a similar copyright status to their subscription cousins Now research funding bodies are demanding more for paying to publish some adopting policies whereby CC BY licences are a requirement of payment What will this mean for publishers What is the landscape of rights options How could the nascent Gold OA business model be affected How might authors react What will happen to reprints and secondary rights income How will publishers and Collective Management Societies respond Who should attend Publishing executives rights managers legal staff and allied staff in Collective Management Societies Programme 09 30 Registration 10 00 Welcome from the Chair Steven Hall Managing Director IOP Publishing 10 05 Keynote 1 Open access and creative licensing Mark Seeley Senior Vice President and General Counsel Elsevier 11 00 Morning Break 11 15 Panel Session 1 Moderator Carlo Scollo Lavizzari Attorney Lenz Caemmerer Switzerland Panellist Chris Bird Senior Solicitor Wellcome Trust Panellist Sue Joshua Legal Director STMS and EMEA John Wiley Sons Panellist Roy Kaufman Managing Director New Ventures Copyright Clearance Center 12 45 Lunch 13 45 Keynote 2 Licensing in an open access environment the publishing view Deborah Dixon VP Publishing Director Health Sciences John Wiley 14 40 Afternoon Break 14 55 Panel Session 2 Moderator Sarah Faulder CEO Publishers Licensing Society Panellist Matthew Cockerill Managing Director BioMed Central Panellist Vicky Gardner Open Access Publisher Taylor Francis Chiaroscuro the light and shadow of CC BY in the context of Social Science Arts and Humanities SSAH The CC BY licence is widely hailed as the best means to achieve true open access It has also

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/fact-seminar-no-1/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    more comprehensive and balanced view of each journal in the space of scholarly publications as well as contribute to eliminate the pressure on individuals and their incentive to do metric manipulation A new metric for journal impact Usage Factor Speaker Peter Shepherd Director COUNTER The inadequacy of currently available citation based bibliometrics tools for measuring the impact of research and researchers has been recognized for a number of years The transformation of journals into online publications with a range of new features has created opportunities for new approaches to this and has led to the emergence some novel forms of impact measurement altmetrics that are both impressive and startling This presentation describes a new usage based metric the Usage Factor for measuring the impact of research at the journal level as well as its potential application as a measure of impact at the level of the individual article or scholar 12 30 13 00 Future Lab Flash Session 1 Metrics analytics and cool apps 5 crazy 5 minute talks on new initiatives by STM members Moderator Jonathan Clark Jonathan Clark Partners B V Includes presentations from Snowball Metrics global standards for institutional benchmarking Speaker Lisa Colledge Elsevier Higher education institutions want data based intelligence to input into their strategies The current situation enables this need to be addressed neither quickly nor easily A group of distinguished UK universities have formed a partnership the Snowball Metrics initiative to address this by endorsing a manageable set of metrics and by agreeing and testing standard methodologies to generate them These methodologies or recipes have been shared free of charge with the sector The vision is that a consistent approach will provide context amongst peers enabling the identification and further improvement of institutional strengths Publisher alt metric stats deathmatch Speaker Euan Adie Altmetrics Alt metrics isn t all about the numbers except for these five minutes We ll set some baselines for how often papers are being discussed online look at which publishers and papers are doing particularly well then hear some theories why The digital journal transforming user engagement Speaker Jayne Marks Wolters Kluwer Over the last year Lippincott Williams and Wilkins has delivered many of their medical and nursing journals as iPad apps The aim was to introduce a new advertising model based on user engagement rather than pages We will share some feedback from the market and show how some of our advertisers have responded Thomson Reuters Data Citation Index Speaker Nigel Robinson Thomson Reuters Abstract The Data Citation Index on the Web of Knowledge platform provides a single point of access to quality research data from repositories across disciplines and around the world placing data within the broader context of scholarly research and enabling users to gain perspective that is otherwise lost These connections provide a comprehensive picture of research output to maximize research efforts and accurately assess importance connecting the data to the research they inform Keith Collier Rubriq Rubriq introduces a streamlined yet rigorous model for scientific research

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/stm-innovations-seminar-2012/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    Director River Valley The standard writing tool for the majority of authors is the word processor Invariably the content is not highly structured so third parties normally offshore typesetters are needed to clean up and to structure the text The publishing process would be more efficient if authors were to use a cloud based system that encourages structured input But they will only take this route if the system is easy and intuitive and more convenient than the word processor Kaveh Bazargan will show that WordPress is an excellent candidate for such a system Bret Freeman Director New Technology Digital Solutions Aptara Inc Digital media has introduced several problems for traditional publishers Outputs must be device friendly and support them all yet not all devices are created equal For many publishers this means duplicated effort in creating an or publishing a variety of content in different formats and for many devices This can be both costly and time consuming and overall this process is quite fragile What we need is a new content strategy We must consider formats uncoupled information models and real time multi channel delivery and how these techniques can be utilised to help their organisation become much more nimble and effective in this fast paced changing marketplace 13 00 14 00 Lunch 14 00 15 15 Third Panel What s New in Online Editorial Systems Mark Ware Mark Ware Consulting The online editorial system is now the standard way for authors editors and reviewers to interact with the journal during the submission peer review and production phases Editorial systems are no longer simply tools to manage peer review administration but provide workflow support and productivity gains in a variety of areas This session will take a look at current innovation in editorial systems and what we can expect to see in the near future Ware who has already written the standard report on this topic has organised and will chair an update session on this topic Anna Jester Director of Sales and Marketing eJournal Press Variety is no longer the spice it has become the modus operandi Journals make content available in multiple formats e g XML PDF ePub Podcast and frequently distribute their content to a skein of aggregators to increase visibility and usage So it stands to reason they expect innovative integration between their online editorial systems and publishing initiatives as well as tools including FundRef ORCID and Data Harmony This presentation will highlight recent eJournalPress integrations and discuss the common motivation for their implementation The question has now become Is there an API for that How s your plumbing Richard Wynne Aries Systems Few of us care about the state of our plumbing until the hot water stops flowing Editorial systems are the unseen plumbing that channel manuscripts from submission to publication Richard Wynne will take you into the basement of scholarly publishing to check out the latest pipes and valves You ll see how something as simple as a reviewer form can be

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/stm-e-production-seminar-2012/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    all aspects of publishing The wide range of topics plus interacting with veterans of the industry helped me understand the business beyond just the scope of the presentations Overview Intensive Course in Journal Publishing It takes a village to support a successful journal publishing program Editorial Sales Marketing Content Management and Production Finance Technology Fulfillment Customer Service the list seems endless The STM Intensive Course in Journal Publishing is designed for those with at least one or two years experience in scholarly or professional publishing who want to gain a better and more holistic understanding of the journal publishing business The course uses the case study method and involves the students in competitive business problem solving Organization team building and presentation skills will be emphasized throughout the course Attendees will work in teams to develop a publishing and business plan using their new knowledge gained from the speakers presentations On the last day of the course each team will make a presentation of its business plan to the the entire group It is critical for all students to attend the full course in order to participate in the presentations the final day will end by no later than 5 PM Those who complete the course will receive a certificate of completion signed on behalf of STM Course Director Kathey Alexander Consultant in Professional Scholarly Publishing Preliminary Course Agenda Tuesday November 13 9 00 9 30 Welcome Introduction to the Course 9 30 10 30 The Future of Journals Glen Campbell Executive Vice President Elsevier 10 30 11 00 Introduction to Case Study Kathey Alexander Consultant in Professional Scholarly Publishing 11 00 12 30 Journal Finance The Essentials Shelly Nuttall Society Business Manager Society Business Development STM Journals Elsevier 12 30 1 30 Lunch 1 30 2 30 Editorial Strategies Development Pam Poppalardo Publishing Director Elsevier 2 30 3 30 Other Revenue Streams Advertising reprints OA charges 3 30 4 00 General Q A re Case Study and Project 4 00 7 00 Work on Case Studies faculty available to discuss financials and ideas 7 00 till you drop Group Dinner followed by work on case studies Wednesday November 14 8 00 8 30 Faculty available for individual Q A 8 30 9 30 Content Management Henry Krell Vice President Production Springer 9 00 10 00 Metrics that Count Melissa Blaney American Chemical Society 10 30 10 45 Break 10 45 Noon Institutional Sales and Licensing Jayne Marks Vice President Publishing Lippincott Williams Wilkins Journals Noon 3 00 Lunch and work on case studies Faculty available to discuss financials and ideas 3 00 4 00 Marketing focus on social media Carol Leighton Wiley 4 00 5 00 The Evolving Electronic Journal Are platforms a differentiating feature for the publisher Ann Michael President DeltaThink 5 00 on Work on Case Study Buffet dinner Thursday November 15 9 00 10 00 Open Access Publications Elizabeth Nolan Chief Publishing Officer Optical Society of America 10 00 11 00 Copyright and Ownership Mark Seeley Senior

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/3rd-intensive-course-in-journal-publishing-usa-2012/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    York and Berlin Free Ride is his first book Free Ride How Digital Parasites are Destroying the Culture Business and how the Culture Business can Fight Back Levine adroitly follows the trail of money that powers legislation and advocacy which in turn affect public opinion as well as laws As he puts it Copyright holders talk about theft while technology companies hide behind the public interest yet it isn t out of idealism that Google spends millions of dollars to influence public policy Levine shows that Google is the largest of several technology companies that influence policy by funding organizations like the New America Foundation Public Knowledge Creative Commons and Berkman Centers for Internet and Society at Harvard and Stanford Bill Rosenblatt Copyright and Technology WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING A timely and impressive book Business Week The Scholarly Kitchen www newyorktimes com www youtube com 10 30 Refreshment Break 11 00 Driving Change Funders as Catalyst Moderator Della Sar Director of Institutional Relations Nature Publishing Group Robert Kiley Head Digital Services Wellcome Trust Dr Johannes Fournier Programme Director Scientific Library Services and Information Systems DFG Dr Frank Sander Head Max Planck Digital Library 12 30 Lunch 1 30 What do Publishers do Viewing and Winners of the STM Video Competition Showing how publishers are working to contribute to the world of scholarly publishing Presenter Grace Baynes Head of Corporate Communications Nature Publishing Group 1 45 PEER Update Julia Wallace Iglooe Consulting Project Manager PEER End of project findings of PEER Publishing and the Ecology of European Research three year project supported by the EC eContent plus programme aimed at improving understanding of the effects of the large scale deposit of stage two accepted manuscripts in open access repositories Green Open Access www peerproject eu 2 15 Refreshment Break 2 45

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/frankfurt-conference-2012/ (2016-02-13)
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