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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    they want long waiting periods for production and fulfillment and expensive prices to boot These dynamics have led to a call for more openness such as the NIH ruling and the open access movement and drawn the interest of technology companies who would like to capitalize on these inefficiences While moving to openness can bear risk it can also bear opportunity In the realm of unintended consequences creating better faster cheaper products also creates new markets and new customers previously unimagined Download this video in mov format play Panel Q A What does the user really want Examining channels behavior and business models Moderator Tim Collins Presenters Andrea Kravetz Deborah Lenares and William Park Download this video in mov format play Keynote One Scientist s Wish List for STM Publishers Philip Bourne Editor in Chief PloS Computational Biology The scholarly output of an academic scientist continues to change in an on line world Slowly the review and reward system is coming to appreciate this change Will the contract between scientist and publisher change to be more than one of handling final manuscripts to one of maintaining the workflow of scholarly discourse ideas hypotheses protocols data interpretations of these data and conclusions all in a variety of formats and modes of dissemination Small steps are best and are already under way Bourne will discuss some of these steps and what might come next from the perspective of a scientist excited by the prospects Download this video in mov format play Scholarship in the Age of Immediacy Christopher Winship Professor Harvard University and Editor Sage Publications How will scholars interact in the future Winship discusses how radically his own practices have changed problems with current delivery systems information overload and the rigidity of the current structure Are intermediary structures an Amazon for journal articles the answer Download this video in mov format play Keynote Beyond Topical Relevance How Scholars Choose Articles to Read Suzie Allard School of Information Sciences University of Tennessee When faced with numerous articles on their topic how do scholars make the decision of which articles to read A recent study commissioned by the Publishing Research Consortium asked scholars to rank which article characteristics are most important to them including journal stature journal familiarity type of publisher author stature and so on Respondents were then asked to choose from composite profiles of articles using some of these characteristics to measure how important characteristics are when readers are faced with choices and tradeoffs A pilot study suggested that article stature and title are important this talk will present findings from the full study of hundreds of scholars in multiple institutions Download this video in mov format play Inviting Silicon Valley through the academic publishing door Jason Hoyt Research Director at Mendeley com Think your market is saturated Think again Content producers have benefited by opening their doors to third party developers The doors include API platforms special HTML markups and more Creating an environment of content mashups delivers not only

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/stm-spring-conference-2010/?presentations (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    data that underpin statements in published work Data drive their value as potential as evidence being digital provides opportunity for valued added curation but also liabiity for loss being network accessible is opportunity for linkage Secondary analysis of the evidential value of data underpins scholarship but how should data feature in scholarly publication There is threat of loss but also much opportunity for value added curation and linkage Who should be doing what to ensure ease and continuity of access to data used for published work Just how different is data across the disciplines or is it all just digital Download this video in mov format play Challenges for Journals in the Social Sciences Humanities Sarah Phibbs Journals Publishing Director Wiley Blackwell There is an assumption in the journals publishing business that what happens first in STM will follow in social science and humanities This presentation sets out to examine key challenges for social science and humanities in relation to scholarly communication the differences and similarities with STM Download this video in mov format play Half full or half empty eBooks the incomplete revolution Alan Jarvis Global Director Social Science Books Routledge Factors in academic publishing in the humanities and social sciences eBooks have failed to have the impact on book publishing that ejournals have had on journals This presentation emphasises how relative diversity within books in terms of both content and audience has slowed the progress of ebooks and looks at prospects for the future Download this video in mov format play Publishing for HSS and STM Differences of Kind or of Degree Geraldine Billingham Editorial Director Berg Publishers The term Humanities and Social Sciences HSS covers a wide academic territory and successful publishing across these fields requires flexibility in product types formats and pricing While HSS and STM overlap the differences between them are not just of degree but also of kind Even so the challenges of publishing in HSS may be as much to do with scale as they are to do with subject matter or academic culture Download this video in mov format play Validating Scholarship in the 21st Century Rebecca Cullen Senior Online Product Development Manager Oxford University Press The rise of online self dissemination and new scholarly repositories has led to an increasing amount of research content bypassing traditional publishing channels What is the role of the publisher in validating this content A review of the forthcoming Oxford Bibliographies Online program as an attempt to address this question Download this video in mov format play Exploring online delivery for social scientists Martha Sedgwick SAGE SAGE Research Methods Online is a research tool that integrates multiple book reference and journal content types focused on an area central to the social sciences This presentation will share results from the market research that was perforemd for this product development due to be launched later in 2010 as we explored how our research methods book content should be delivered online to our social science users Download this video

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/beyond-books-what-stm-social-science-publishing-should-learn-from-each-other/?presentations (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    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 3rd Intensive Course in Journal Publishing Asia The premier course for middle and junior managers in social science STM publishing Back to the event programme Presentations from this event IJC Asia Kwong STM Journal Class Sales and Licensing IJC Asia Chang Clinical trials and Publications IJC Asia Christiensen Strategic Development IJC Asia Cohn Faster sooner now IJC Asia Davis Essential Finance IJC Asia Kissinger Legal Framework Copyright IJC Asia Lam Proactive Journals Marketing IJC

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/3rd-intensive-course-in-journal-publishing-%e2%80%93-asia/?presentations (2016-02-13)
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    of this new platform strategy is changing several aspects of a traditional publishing business play Mobile Publishing at NEJM Kent Anderson New England Journal of Medicine The rapid adoption of smartphones especially the iPhone and the availability of functional bandwidth for these devices is changing the publishing landscape This presentation will review some of the broad metrics specific metrics at NEJM and 2 3 iPhone applications NEJM is launching Download this video in mov format play Nature on Mobile Howard Ratner Nature Publishing Group Several innovative STM publishers have launched or will soon launch their first mobile applications This talk will explain Nature s approach to this exciting new delivery channel and its challenges Download this video in mov format play Developing a Mobile Strategy at the IEEE Gerry Grenier IEEE The IEEE has developed two mobile applications as the first steps in a broader mobile application strategy The first of these is a search of the digital library IEEE Xplore and the second is a version of the American National Electrical Safety Code Mr Grenier will outline the development process behind both and will address future challenges such as rights management and fulfillment options Download this video in mov format play ePub is the only format we need Kaveh Bazargan River Valley Technologies Publishers are scratching their heads trying to decide which format to use for their eBooks Here we would like to propose that the correct way to go is to have one open specification for the format namely ePub With a little effort this can be rendered to any other format by the eBook reader Download this video in mov format play CrossRef Contributor ID Geoffrey Bilder CrossRef Unique identifiers of people are essential on a worldwide web that is becoming exceptionally interactive How trustworthy is the source of my information and the people providing it Simultaneously ID systems for authors and researchers offer new means for knowledge discovery who is working on what and with whom Find out all about the newest initiatives in this area Download this video in mov format play Taking the guesswork out of author searching Dr Niels Weertman Scopus SciVal Elsevier Identifying an author s body of work is one of the most commonly performed literature research activities This presentation will discuss the approach to author disambiguation that Elsevier has taken with Scopus in view of the challenges with grouping article output by individual researcher as well as use scenarios Download this video in mov format play How ResearcherID will resolve name ambiguity in the scholarly ecosystem David Kochalko Thomson Reuters Disambiguating author names in published literature and databases is a vexing and steadily growing problem There s simply too much noise and costs are high for all stakeholders in the research ecosystem While there are many root causes ResearcherID stands apart as a registry capable of bridging the gap by providing a unique identifier linking contributors with appropriate works Thomson Reuters is prepared to share this solution with the global

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/stm-innovations-seminar-2009/?presentations (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    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 Download this video in mov format play Recent developments in XML workflows Kevin Cohn Aviva Weinstein Atypon 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 Download this video in mov format play Automated Work Flow Solutions Panel 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 Download this video in mov format play Return on Investment of XML First Workflows Samir Kakar and Chris Curtis Aptara Inc Formerly of Wolters Kluwer London Maximizing return from a comprehensive technology like XML requires multiple strategies and tools The further upstream that XML can be created the greater the leverage and the lower the cost We look at platforms and tools that allow subject matter experts to create in XML and how to manage the hand off to all subsequent steps in an XML environment Additionally the global nature of modern production requires tools that track schedule and process from inception to delivery in final formats This can be accomplished by a suite of control applications or by choosing a publishing platform Download this video in mov format play Up a notch innovation from product to production Richard Padley and Andrea Powell Semantico Ltd CABI The presentation will be a case study of lessons drawn from the CAB Direct project and will highlight issues which are relevant across the board for publishers delivering online content This will include looking at how to maximise value in the design of taxonomies and coding systems how designing and improving user experience on the product side can lead to more stringent data quality requirements and some design strategies to minimise ongoing operational costs when designing data transfer workflows between systems We will also look at how innovation in the design of machine

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/stm-e-production-seminar-2009/?presentations (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    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 Download this video in mov format play Automated Work Flow Solutions Panel 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 Download this video in mov format play Return on Investment of XML First Workflows Samir Kakar and Chris Curtis Aptara Inc Formerly of Wolters Kluwer London Maximizing return from a comprehensive technology like XML requires multiple strategies and tools The further upstream that XML can be created the greater the leverage and the lower the cost We look at platforms and tools that allow subject matter experts to create in XML and how to manage the hand off to all subsequent steps in an XML environment Additionally the global nature of modern production requires tools that track schedule and process from inception to delivery in final formats This can be accomplished by a suite of control applications or by choosing a publishing platform Download this video in mov format play Up a notch innovation from product to production Richard Padley and Andrea Powell Semantico Ltd CABI The presentation will be a case study of lessons drawn from the CAB Direct project and will highlight issues which are relevant across the board for publishers delivering online content This will include looking at how to maximise value in the design of taxonomies and coding systems how designing and improving user experience on the product side can lead to more stringent data quality requirements and some design strategies to minimise ongoing operational costs when designing data transfer workflows between systems We will also look at how innovation in the design of machine level API interfaces Download this video in mov format play The New POD Publishing On Demand Harnessing On demand JIT Book Manufacturing for Publishing Success Suzanne Wilson Higgins Ingram Content Group Suzanne s presentation will provide current case studies of how traditional STM Academic Trade Religious Educational publishers and non traditional publishers are using stockless on demand

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/stm-e-production-seminar-2009-2/?presentations (2016-02-13)
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    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 STM Intensive Course in Journal Publishing United States STM Intensive Course in Journal Publishing USA Back to the event programme 17th to 21st November 2009 University of Maryland University College Marriott Conference Centers Adelphi Maryland Upcoming Events STM Early Career

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/stm-intensive-course-in-journal-publishing-united-states/?presentations (2016-02-13)
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  • International Association of STM Publishers
    Article Sharing Consultation 2015 STM 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 2nd STM Forum on Research Publishing in the New EU States Back to the event programme 10th November 2009 Bratislava Slovak republic Upcoming Events STM Early Career Publishers Speed Networking Event London 17th

    Original URL path: http://www.stm-assoc.org/events/2nd-stm-forum-on-research-publishing-in-the-new-eu-states/?presentations (2016-02-13)
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