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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    especially in academic libraries than most people realize Most importantly the users of STM content increasingly demand that it be provided electronically Publishers quickly discover that their journal experience while relevant and helpful does not transfer as easily to books as they might hope The reason books are messy They have a much wider diversity of structures semantics purposes audiences and markets than journals do This session will provide an overview in terms understandable to nontechnical people of the most important models used for digital book content today including standard models widely used in certain disciplines and communities of interest models created for accessibility and e books and models used as standard components in the creation of other models These resources when used properly enable publishers to archive and deliver their book content in ways that make it more valuable more adaptable and more accessible to a wide variety of users and uses 10 30 Article Versions Polysemy Provenance Processes and Politics Cliff Morgan Planning and Development Director Wiley Blackwell formerly chair NISO Journal Article Versions Working Group Cliff will talk about the recent NISO ALPSP recommendations on journal article versions and discuss what version management may mean to Production staff as they engage in the deposit of various pre publication versions in for example repositories He will also refer to the PEER project an investigation into the effects of repository deposit and CrossMark an attempt to kitemark Versions of Record 11 05 Break 11 35 Panel Innovations in Online Editorial Systems Mark Ware Mark Ware Consulting Moderator Tiffany Coker ScholarOne Manuscript Central Thomson Reuters periodically conducts many types of market research in order to gauge and predict trends in the scholarly publishing marketplace Through this research and our conversations with hundreds of publishers and production specialists we have recognized that publishers are at a crossroads in terms of cost value and benefit of print vs electronic publication Because peer review systems such as Manuscript Central are in part supporting systems to online content management and production systems movements affecting production directly affect peer review systems Five of these trends are 1 the need to foster use of XML 2 the support of content reuse 3 the need to support changing file types 4 the increasing technical nature of users and 5 the need to automate more pre production tasks Richard Wynne Aries Systems Editorial Manager Richard will discuss likely developments in online workflow systems and suggest a framework to help understand analyze and evaluate these how these enhancements integrate with the evolving manuscript supply chain 12 35 Lunch 13 35 Environmental Approaches to Supplier Choice Carole Richmond Corporate Citizenship Project Manager John Wiley Sons Environmental missteps can create public relations nightmares destroy markets and careers and knock millions off the value of any company Carole Richmond discusses the reasons for the increasing environmental scrutiny of the publishing supply chain and offers some suggestions for how to work with suppliers to avoid costly mistakes 14 10 The Future Multi Product

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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    publisher Programme 08 30 Registration 09 30 Opening remarks by Chairman Edward Wates Global Journal Content Management Director Wiley Blackwell 09 45 Introductory Keynote Demystifying the Digital Conundrum Gurvinder Batra Chief Technology Officer KiwiTech Washington DC It is a critical time in the digital transition business models are evolving new digital devices and applications to access content are exploding and digital rights management is becoming more complex Are you ready for the emerging and exciting opportunities The speaker will focus on comprehensive overview of the opportunities and challenges facing publishers in a digital world He will discuss the current state of digital transition the emerging business models examine the evolving digital devices apps used to disseminate content and use show tell to demonstrate what some publishers are doing with their content 10 30 Recent developments in XML workflows Kevin Cohn Director of Client Services and Product Development Atypon and Aviva Weinstein International Sales Manager Online Products Oxford University Press The speakers will give complementary presentation Mr Cohn discuss how recent developments in applications place an even greater emphasis on XML first workflows which the largest publishers already have and the smaller ones are moving towards Content can and should be presented differently in print traditional digital desktop and laptop and mobile formats A given researcher can and will consume the same piece of content in more than one of the above formats each in a different way Ms Weinstein will draw upon the OUP experience They have found that by developing their resources in XML they are able to benefit customers by enhancing the search experience away from single titles to multiple resources Once in a resource it is quite easy to access others relating to the same search topic in some instances unsubscribed content is made available for free The ability to discover greater chunks of materials is exciting all too often researchers are pushed into silos of content 11 15 Break 11 45 Panel Automated Work Flow Solutions Bruce D Rosenblum Moderator Speaker CEO Inera Inc Newton MA Lyndon Holmes President Aries Systems Corporation Lisa Bos Co Founder and CTO Really Strategies Inc and Dawn Melley Director Editorial Services IEEE Periodicals Workflow automation is vital to achieve timely cost effective and high quality delivery of scholarly articles In fifteen years online submission and publication delivery have been highly automated However editorial and production workflow automation from article acceptance to publication is an ongoing challenge especially for small to medium size publishers without large IT resources This panel will focus on recent developments in workflow automation New systems include production management modules for online submission systems customizable off the shelf workflow management systems and fully custom developed systems Presentations will relate to solutions already being taken up but the emphasis will be on the technologies and how they are embedded into overall content management approaches 13 00 Lunch 14 00 Return on Investment of XML First Workflows Samir Kakar CTO Aptara Inc and Chris Curtis formerly of Wolters Kluwer

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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    and to learn what these companies offer in the changing world of information delivery The study will involve the development of a supporting financial model a written proposal and a group presentation Who Should Attend To successfully participate in this course the participants should have some publishing experience within an STM member company or another scholarly or professional publishing organization The course is as much designed for those from production or service functions as for editorial sales and marketing people Program Monday 17 November 11 00 AM Registration Opens 12 00 PM Lunch 1 00 PM Welcome and Introductions 1 15 PM Setting the Stage Glen Campbell Senior Vice President US Health Sciences Journals Elsevier Journal publishers live in exciting times Where are we headed and what challenges do we expect to find along the way 2 30 PM Responding to the RFP Kathey Alexander Consultant in Scholarly Professional Publishing From receipt of the RFP to making yor pitch to the Society What societies and their consultants look for 3 45 PM Journal Finance Joe Fargnoli Senior Business Manager Wiley The Journal P L is the heart of the journal proposal Developing a competitive offer that shares revenue with the society without being unduly risky for the publisher is the challenge 6 00 PM Introduction of Case Study distribution of RFP allocation of attendees into companies 7 00 PM Reception followed by Dinner Rest of evening to review RFP and begin work on proposals Tuesday 18 November 8 30 AM Q A concerning Case Study 9 00 AM Subscription Revenue Jayne Marks Vice President Editorial Director Journals Sage Publications Print electronic licenses and consortia The challenge of making projections when every publisher uses a different model 10 15 AM Non Subscription Revenue Greg Giblin Corporate Sales Director Americas Wiley Blackwell and Frank Cox President Pharmaceutical Media Inc Other revenue can make or break a journal s financial success Opportunities have flourished in the print world what s in store for online ancillary revenue 11 30 AM Work on proposals working lunch 3 30 PM Q A concerning Case Study 4 00 PM Relationship Management Paul O Weislogel Ph D Executive Director Medical Journals Strategy and Acquisitions Lippincott Williams Wilkins Winning the business is just the first step Working with societies and editors brings unique challenges that must be handled with discretion and diplomacy 5 30 PM on Work on P Ls and proposals 7 00 PM Dinner available Wednesday 19 November 8 30 AM Deadline for handing in P L to course faculty Q A re proposal and presentations 9 00 AM Marketing Maureen Naff Senior Global Marketing Manager Springer Promoting the individual journal marketing digital collections to libraries and consortia advertising individual articles to increase usage marketing for authors Marketing no longer means direct mail 10 15 AM Content Management Duncan Lewis Vice President Strategic Business Development Lippincott Williams Wilkins Print and or online the up and downside of off shoring proprietary online platform or out sourced to a

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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    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 2nd STM Forum on Research Publishing in the New EU States There are presentations available for viewing and download The International Association of STM Publishers and the Slovak Academy of Sciences have organized the 2nd STM Forum on Research Publishing in the New EU States 10 November 2008 Bratislava Slovak republic The STM 2008 New Member States Forum is about stimulating dialogue and innovation in publishing and the benefits related to research communities in new member states The event is free to attend but it is necessary to register Events Terms and Conditions Cancellation Cancellations made in writing up to 30 days before an event are eligible

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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    are looking on nervously In this talk he ll discuss the underlying structural reasons these disruptions are taking place and make the case that a similar technology driven disruption is likely to occur in scientific publishing 11 00 Break 11 30 E Books Publishing Reading and Working Times they are a Changin Panel Moderator Robert Long Marketing Director Physical Sciences Engineering Wiley Blackwell The world has gone mobile Our customers academics physicians librarians researchers are rapidly adopting these technologies The panel will focus on how we need to pay close attention to what is going on in scholarly markets with e books and handhelds We will also provide insights into the future of e information and mobile devices E books from the library perspective Selection and Delivery James R Mouw Assistant Director for Technical and Electronic Services University of Chicago With the shift from print to electronic journals largely behind us the industry now turns it attention to a similar movement in the world of monographs While many of the issues are the same the selection and delivery of e books present us with unique challenges This presentation will provide insight into those issues from the library perspective will analyse the successes and failures we ve encountered along the way and will also discuss various business models that are in place including a trend toward patron initiated purchase The speaker will also discuss the need for multiple delivery options including the need for options that are optimized for mobile devises Thinking Outside the Book Cynthia Cleto Global eProduct Manager eBooks Springer Science Business Media What forces surrounding eBooks have made their transition to the electronic world possible We adapted established publishing concepts learned from eJournals to create a unique eBook business model tailored to the demands of librarians and their patrons Success of the model can be measured by market penetration usage of eBooks in libraries and in comparison to eJournals An eye to the future requires monitoring the developing needs of librarians their patrons as well as technological innovations These are essential practices in ensuring an effective launch and continuous malleability of an STM eBook program Scholarly Publishing and the Amazon Kindle David Naggar Vice President Kindle Content With the launches of the Kindle Kindle 2 and the Kindle DX consumers can now purchase content and have their own documents delivered directly to their e reader David Naggar will speak about the development of the Amazon Kindle looking in particular at the benefits and opportunities that the Kindle program offers to scholars and scholarly publishers The presentation will include an overview of the recently launched Kindle pilots with a number of universities and colleges in the U S 1 15 Lunch 2 15 Update on the Chicago Collaborative Bringing the Stakeholders Together T Scott Plutchak Director of Lister Hill Health Sciences Library University of Alabama at Birmingham and an AAHSL reprsentative to the Chicago Collaborative The Chicago Collaborative was created from a conviction that we are at a pivotal

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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    staff Benefits of participating in the course More confidence in making strategic decisions Original and innovative ideas to manage change and succeed during the recession A radically different way of looking at the STM market Greater willingness to review models and apply techniques from outside our industry Membership in a growing community of highly motivated and committed former delegates Providing strategies publishers need to weather the recession Some features of the course An emphasis on thinking strategically not on honing process skills A superb range of senior high profile speakers Demanding group work with case studies that brings to life course themes and topics A clearer vision of who our partners and stakeholders are and what they might want Contrasting points of view from stakeholders customers and publishers Comments from the 2008 Master Class Europe A really useful interesting course I would certainly recommend to colleagues in similar positions Good balance between theory practice The whole course was structured extremely well really enjoyed the opportunities to network and hear the views of the other delegates Alternative spins from the speakers were good Good to have speakers that aren t from the traditional or actively in publishing Case studies useful great working with the whole group Venue The venue is the modernist St Catherine s College in the university Excellent facilities provides the ideal setting in which to benefit from three days of high powered presentations followed by the challenge of putting new ideas into practice through a sequence of stimulating and demanding case studies There is also ample opportunity to share ideas with an international mix of high calibre STM managers Programme Monday 14 September 12 30 Registration 13 00 Lunch 14 00 Keynote introduction Michael Mabe Chief Executive STM Association Richard Balkwill Course Director 14 15 Publishing in times of recession Michael Mabe Chief Executive STM Association 15 15 Break 15 30 Delegate introductions 15 45 Introduction to case study What are the biggest threats to my company 16 00 Group work on case study 16 45 Groups feed back their findings 17 15 Poker School Led by Chris Blake Business Consultant and Investor 18 30 Master Class photograph 19 15 Dinner and keynote speech Long Dining Room of the Senior Common Room Host for the evening Dr Tim Book Fellow of St Catherine s College Guest speaker Ian Bannerman Managing Director Journals Taylor Francis Tuesday 15 September 09 00 Decision making risk and the recession Chris Blake Consultant and Investor 10 45 Break 11 15 Introduction to case study How can we recession proof our business 13 00 Lunch 14 00 Groups feed back their responses to the case study 15 00 How do we weather the recession Piers Russell Cobb Managing Director MediaFund Limited Mark Ware Mark Ware Consulting Ltd Andrew Robinson Vice President Managing Director Medicine Wiley Blackwell Ltd 15 45 Break 16 00 Presentations continue 16 30 Questions and discussions 17 00 Close 18 00 Reception and course quiz 19 00 Delegates join one of

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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    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 PSP and STM Books 2 x Seminar Making Selling Distributing Discovering and Using E Books Presented by the Professional Scholarly Publishing PSP Division of the Association of American Publishers Books Committee the International Association of STM Publishers STM The event is right before BEA in New York and full details can be found on the PSP Website 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

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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    move to a partnership with one of five imaginary companies or organizations The study will involve a written proposal and also each participant will be required to be part of a group presentation It is however understood by both the presenters and the course tutors that many of those taking part in the course will not have English as a first language Who Should Attend To successfully participate in this course the participants should have some publishing experience within an STM member company or another scholarly or professional publishing organization The course is for publishing personnel who need a greater understanding of the journal publishing business as a whole To successfully participate they need some experience of managing a list of journals whether in editorial sales marketing or content management functions and in addition the course is appropriate for those working with journals in other roles such as finance web publishing and technology and customer service and those moving into journals publishing from other sectors The course is run in association with the Centre for Publishing at University College London and those who complete the course will receive certificates of attendance signed on behalf of STM and UCL Course Organizers and Tutors Anthony Watkinson of University College London and Wiley Blackwell Oxford will again direct the course He will be assisted by Suzan Fiack of Wiley Blackwell Berlin and Joachim Engelland formerly of Verlag Walter de Gruyter Berlin As usual there will be a team of highly experienced publishers presenting Please see programme below Programme Monday May 11 11 30 Registration starts 12 15 Lunch 13 15 Welcome and introduction to the course The course tutors 13 30 The Role of and Challenges to the Journal Michael Mabe STM Mr Mabe who is a visiting Professor in Information Science at University College London as well as Chief Executive of STM will explain the enduring role of the journal and the journal article and the reasons why it is the main vehicle of formal scholarly communication in most STM disciplines 15 30 Introduction to the Case study distribution of packs and allocation into companies The course tutors 16 00 Refreshment break followed by work on the case study 18 30 Question and answer session concerning the case study The course tutors 19 00 STM drinks reception 19 45 Formal dinner followed by work on the case study Tuesday May 12 08 30 Questions concerning the case study The course tutors 09 00 Strategic Journal Development Caroline Black Mac Keith Press Ms Black who has held some major publishing positions including most recently director of medical journals at Blackwell publishing will describe the central editorial role both as regards existing journals and journal new to a company 10 15 Refreshment break 10 45 Finance David Inglis Training Consultant Mr Inglis has managed major STM companies In his presentation calculator needed he will concentrate on the budgets for individual journals while putting them in the context of general financial planning of a publishing

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