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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    Program Committee STM Topics Copyright Legal Affairs Committee Enforcement Task Force Infringement Piracy Permissions Licensing Litigation Settlements Public Affairs Committee Resources Early Career Publishers Committee Industry Survey 2014 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 22nd Intensive Course in Journal Publishing Europe Back to the event programme Presentations from this event IJC Europe Black Journal Development IJC Europe Howcroft Innovations IJC Europe Mabe The Future of Journals IJC Europe Straub Journal Finance and Modelling IJC Europe Wates The Journal Production Chain IJC Europe Joshua Copyright and Contracts IJC Europe Laging Sales and Licensing in academic and corporate markets

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/22nd-intensive-course-in-journal-publishing-europe/?presentations (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    direct effort by funding agencies to accelerate the transformation of research communication so that it is adapted to digital media and reflects the view that the communication of research results is an integral part of research itself Editorial responsibility for eLife resides with a community of active researchers who are committed to providing an outstanding and constructive editorial service to authors Longer term the goal is for the eLife project to be a catalyst for innovation in research communication play Transforming how we work with others Dr Victor Henning Co founder CEO Mendeley Ltd Mendeley was started in 2008 by three Ph D students in a kitchen Four years later it has grown into a community of over 1 5 million researchers around the world who have collectively uploaded more than 220 million research papers making Mendeley the world s largest scientific collaboration platform and database This talk will highlight the two pillars of Mendeley s business model and success User experience and user contributions to literally everything they do play The Transformation of Libraries and their Users Q A with Librarians Moderators Della Sar and T Scott Plutchak This session will bring together four librarians representing a cross section of STM intensive institutions The session will be driven by questions and interests of STM members including how librarians make content decisions budgeting new roles for librarians impact of mobile technologies institutional repositories role of the consortium and more Moderators Della Sar Director Institutional Relations Nature Publishing Group and T Scott Plutchak Associate Professor and Director of the Lister Hill Library of the Health Sciences University of Alabama Birmingham UAB play Meet Tim The Professor and Journal Editor Timothy L Grove PhD Professor of Geology Massachusetts Institute of Technology Tim started his research career in Earth and Planetary science during the Apollo era when yellow legal pads typewriters and Hollerith cards were the tools of science research and publishing He has served for 22 years as chief editor of a major geoscience journal and experienced multiple transitions from the paper to the electronic world in his research writing and publishing He will share his perspectives of the most recent trends in research and publishing in the context his working and mentoring relationship with his most recent doctoral student and fellow panelist Christy Till play How I Interact with Scientific Literature William T Jackson PhD Assistant Professor Microbiology and Molecular Genetics Medical College of Wisconsin William Jackson s career spans from the days of crude command line literature searches and paid copy machine cards to the current era of web search and open access pdf files Dr Jackson will walk through a biomedical scientist s typical interactions with the scientific literature from 1993 through his hopes for 2013 Armed with his opinions and little else Dr Jackson will make a case for improved file formats better search and finding a middle ground between paywalls and open access to articles play Developing Applications for Elsevier s SciVerse Platform Developer Perspective Thomas Taylor

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/stm-spring-conference-2012/?presentations (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    stabilizing However 80 percent of librarians have moved to e only 34 percent did not renew their e packages and 50 percent renegotiated multi year deals The big deal will continue but usage is very important Eighty three percent of the librarians cite usage as an important metric he claimed Only 55 percent of the librarians were interested in patron driven acquisition pay per view but 55 percent worried that budgets would get eaten up too quickly with this model McNeal advised publishers to focus on discovery in order to boost usage There should be little or no barriers to login Researchers do not want to read on a third party site they want to read on the publisher site because it is richer he said McNeal also cautioned that a lot of the communication between libraries and publishers is too adversarial This is not constructive Hopefully we can move to a more civil discourse In a panel of five librarians entitled The Transformation of Libraries and their Users Q A with Librarians it became evident that their relationships with publishers might not be improving so quickly Ivy Anderson from the California Digital Library stated My institution wants me to be in open access so that s where I need to be Steven Gass of MIT Libraries agreed with her We would all love to see all open access It would be a significant way to remove the barriers T Scott Plutchak of the University of Alabama pointed out that while open access is a desirable goal how do we get there without negative consequences It s like having haystacks of needles We don t have the tools for this An important role currently for the academic librarian is creation maintenance and preservation of institutional repositories and data management for research projects Librarians are increasingly being involved in research projects at their very beginning to insure that data is managed properly These services are being paid for through reallocation of subscription budgets according to Gass Anderson criticized the big deal which she said forces the small societies to join with large publishers so they can take advantage of the big deal We might have to step away from the bid deals to break the cycle she stated She also directed publishers to lower the unit cost for open access publication Nine dollars is the cost for publication in our repository not including pre publication costs You need to get closer to that point Even 1500 might be too high A second panel entitled A Day in the Life of Three Researchers presented three somewhat similar views of scientific research and its information and publication needs Timothy L Grove of MIT spoke from the perspective of both a professor and an editor He has published 176 papers given 313 meeting presentations produced 21 PhD students and 10 post docs He is also the editor of Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology Grove cited the biggest changes in scientific publication as citation tracking

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/stm-spring-conference-2012-report/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    3 Other Events Past Events Industry Events Documents Press Members Area STM Innovations Seminar U S Reinventing Innovation Back to the event programme Videos provided by River Valley Technologies an STM member play Semantic MEDLINE Thomas C Rindflesch Cognitive Science Branch National Library of Medicine Semantic MEDLINE integrates information retrieval advanced natural language processing automatic summarization and visualization into a single Web portal The application is intended to help manage the results of PubMed searches by condensing core semantic content in the citations retrieved Output is presented as a connected graph of semantic relations with links to the original MEDLINE citations The ability to connect salient information across documents helps users keep up with the research literature and discover connections which might otherwise go unnoticed Semantic MEDLINE can make an impact on bio medicine by supporting scientific discovery and the timely translation of insights from basic research into advances in clinical practice and patient care play Vision Users Developers what drives innovation at Mendeley Dr Victor Henning Co Founder CEO Mendeley Ltd Mendeley has been on a wild ride from launching in 2009 to becoming one of the world s larger research community and collaboration platform with more than 1 5m users Co Founder and CEO Dr Victor Henning provides a glimpse behind the scenes and shares lessons learned about the interplay of vision user driven innovation and harnessing developer creativity play From Discoverability to Actionability of Content Howard Ratner Chief Technology Officer Executive Vice President Nature Publishing Group Each year the members of the STM Future Lab Committee explore the main Technology Trends they think will really impact STM publishing in the next three years using the Delphi technique for trends forecasting For the coming years the STM Future Lab Committee has identified as the main trend the move

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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    tie together unlimited data as accessible pieces It will also allow you to have internet access where ever you go Especially important to Nelson is the ability of customers and communities to self govern and solve their own problems democratically With large databases open source tools and social media there are unlimited possibilities He reported that by the end of 2011 there were 10 exabytes of data on the internet This will go up dramatically he predicted Companies are more and more frequently under increasing imperative to open up confidential data If you don t you won t have a chance to engage and innovate he warned This is the other side of our privacy policy Howard Ratner of Nature Publishing Group head of the International STM s Future Lab Committee gave an overview of the important digital trends in the STM publishing space He stressed that new user behavior and increased research productivity is the overarching theme Discoverability used to be but now publishers should be enabling readers to do something with their content We want to turn passive readers into active ones he said Among the trends the group sees are API platforms which provide new ways to access content Research data repositories supplemental files and graphics representing data sets Identity management expressed as the tension between authentication and discovery New user behavior as captured by performance metrics for increased productivity He pointed attendees to the Future Lab Committee s Technology 2012 Trend Watch which is available as a presentation from the STM Document Library A summary also appeared in the February 2012 STM News Additional speakers highlighted examples of innovative tools that can aid scientists in their research Marc A Smith of Connected Action Consulting Group spoke about NodeXL a product which measures and maps networks in social media It can extract the patterns of connection among people using Twitter hash tags These connections represent a network or community a population with ties together Social media is about relationships The patterns of these relationships are left behind and this is a bonanza for social scientists Smith said Thomas Rindflesch of Semantic Medline at the National Library of Medicine explained that search and retrieval on the web hasn t changed since the 1980 s It still only manipulates text strings To effectively search in a scientific setting you need to know what the words really mean Automatic semantic interpretation is needed and bridges the gap between language and meaning he said Semantic relationships are submitted for automatic summarization which produces a graphical summary with nodes and hubs This gives enhanced access to biomedical research he said Semantic Medline sits on top of PubMed where one biomedical metathesaurus concept is linked to another Rindflesch estimates that Semantic Medline now returns responses that are 75 percent good Victor Henning of Mendeley spoke about how he drives innovation at his company He quoted Wikipedia in his definition Innovation is the creation of better or more effective products processes services technologies or

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/stm-innovations-2012-report/ (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    2011 The former Editor in Chief of Archives of Disease in Childhood Dr Bauchner will discuss issues related to journal integrity content and the use of technology to present material in various formats He will share his thoughts on the future of journal publication play I Saw What You did and I Know Who You Are Kevin Cohn Vice President of Operations Atypon Paradoxically in order to provide the most relevant products services and advertisements to individual practitioners and researchers publishers need to step back and focus on identifying and understanding their different groups of users This presentation will discuss methods for achieving a greater level of targeted messaging play HighWire Press Thomas Rump Managing Director HighWire Press The topic Thomas Rump will be covering is the emerging trend of open platforms Specifically how an open technology platform facilitates content distribution in the most effective manner Publishers in an open environment can create their own solutions or team with technology providers to bring forward new and exciting products Openness creates opportunity play Footprints across the East West bridge Caitlin Meadows Publishing Services Director Charlesworth Group In this session we look at how Western publishers can position their strategy for growth in China their China Footprint by evaluating approaches to maximise the impact of their submissions sales and editorial connections We focus particularly on the medical arena but also take insight from other disciplines We look at budgetary and academic trends in China in comparison to those in other major geographical areas such as India and how these might influence Western publishers strategies in the short and longer term as well as publishing models such as open access We will also share trends and perspectives from Chinese publishers and researchers What can we learn And how might the East West publishing

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/stm-seminar-emerging-trends-technologies-markets-and-opportunities-in-medical-publishing/?presentations (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    International STM Japan STM North America Membership Membership Benefits of Joining Code of Conduct Joining STM Meeting our Members Our Members STM Affiliate Society Membership Program Committee STM Topics Copyright Legal Affairs Committee Enforcement Task Force Infringement Piracy Permissions Licensing Litigation Settlements Public Affairs Committee Resources Early Career Publishers Committee Industry Survey 2014 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 5th Intensive Course in Journal Publishing Asia 2012 Back to the event programme Presentations from this event IJC Asia Yamahita Sales and Licenses 11th to 14th March 2012 Nanyang University Singapore Upcoming Events STM Early Career Publishers Speed

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/5th-intensive-course-in-journal-publishing-asia-2012/?presentations (2016-02-13)
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    successor incarnation that is truly grounded in the Web While the Web offers enormous opportunities devising Web based approaches to achieve functionalities that were commonplace in the paper based system can be problematic This presentation explores some challenges involved in achieving a Web based scholarly communication record that preserves temporal context It will discuss how the Memento Time Travel for the Web framework can be leveraged with this regard play Computation meets Knowledge Conrad Wolfram Strategic Director and European co founder Wolfram Research The value chain of knowledge is being rapidly redefined Rather than static information in dead documents readers increasingly expect active content they can drive interact with and automatically recompute from They correctly perceive that these changes can dramatically step up the bandwidth of communicating technical ideas and increase the value of the content Yet up to now few such active journals or scientific books have existed because their cost of production is too high with professional programmers rather than the authors themselves typically needed to build the content Conrad Wolfram will discuss what s needed to change this including demonstrating the new Computable Document Format CDF live and explaining how we ll soon be entering a new era of citizen interactive document authoring play Mobile or Desktop Kindle or iPad HTML5 or ePub Why we should wait and see Daniel Pollock NPG play Article Evolution Graham McCann IoPP play Portfolio Expansion Kent Anderson JBJS play Connecting to external data sets through SciVerse Applications IJsbrand Jan Aalbersberg Elsevier play Journal Article Mining and Scholarly Publishers Maurits van der Graaf Pleiade Management Consultancy and Management BV The essence of text mining and data mining is that a machine and software is used for content analysis of large digital corpora The Publishing Research Consortium commissioned a study on content mining

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/stm-innovations-seminar-2011/?presentations (2016-02-13)
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