ALPSP 2011

ALPSP 2011
September 14–16, 2011
Oxfordshire, UK
The ALPSP International Conference 2011 held at Heythrop Park Hotel and Conference Centre in Oxfordshire.
Photos courtesy: Arend Küster and Jakub Szypulka

Table of Contents

  1. ALPSP 2011 - Opening remarks
  2. Keynote 1: Will Books be different?
  3. Plenary 1: Waiting for Disruptive Change
  4. Waiting for the Disruptive Change
  5. Waiting for Disruptive Change
  1. Keynote 2: From E-phobia to E-phoria
  2. Plenary 2: All four corners: worldwide scholarly publishing
  3. All four corners: worldwide scholarly publishing
  4. Publishing in Latin America and the Caribbean: innovative models
  5. Publishing innovations in Korea
  6. Starting From Scratch in Doha
  7. Q & A: All four corners: worldwide scholarly publishing
  8. Parallel 1 (a): Abort, Retry, Fail? - data and the scholarly literature
  9. Abort, Retry, Fail? - data and the scholarly literature
  10. Research data and scholarly publications: Going from casual acquaintances to something more
  11. ODE: Opportunities for Data Exchange
  12. Making the most of our data: a researcher's view of publishing
  13. Parallel 1 (b): Who Knows Best? Academic library book collections development in transition
  14. Who Knows Best? Academic library book collections development in transition
  15. Are we there yet?
  16. The Changing Academic Library Market: Opportunities for Vendors and Publishers
  17. The Present and Future of Academic Library Collection Development in the United States
  18. Vox populi: student-led acquisition of ebooks in an academic library
  19. Q & A: Who Knows Best? Academic library book collections development in transition
  20. Parallel 1(c): Industry Updates
  21. Industry Updates
  22. Microsoft Academic Search: Next-Generation Scholarly Discovery
  23. Datacite: helping researchers to find, access and reuse data
  24. Code RED - the future of Transfer
  25. The Chicago Collaborative: An Alternative to Mutual Assured Destruction?
  26. Q&A - Industry Updates
  27. Plenary 3: What did the Romans ever do for us?
  28. What did the Romans ever do for us?
  29. Developing opportunities for the future: adapting to change
  30. New Scholarly Moves in the Social Sciences
  31. Roman Plumbing meets Openness and Transparency in the Research Process
  32. A Vice-Chancellor's View
  33. Parallel 2 (a): Social media and the Scholarly record
  34. Social media and the Scholarly record
  35. Social media & the scholarly record: a square peg and round hole interface?
  36. Tweets, Avatars, Tags and Blogs: Collecting, Communicating and Visualising Social Media
  37. The "social" side of digital science
  38. Parallel 2 (b): Ebook licensing
  39. Ebook licensing
  40. Effective eBook purchasing
  41. Customer-Centric eBook Transition
  42. Scholarly eBook Apps: Putting the Pieces Together
  43. Q&A: Ebook licensing
  44. Parallel 2 (c): Learned Publishing Live!
  45. Learned Publishing Live!
  46. Introduction - plenary 4
  47. Preparing for the Next Big Thing
  48. Marketing Innovations. Clever, Cool, WMD's and Snake Oil
  49. "Publisher", does the name still fit?

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ALPSP 2011 – Opening remarks

Sarah Durrant
Chief Executive, ALPSP

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Keynote 1: Will Books be different?

Kevin Guthrie
President, Ithaka

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Plenary 1: Waiting for Disruptive Change

Waiting for the Disruptive Change

Tony O’Rourke
Assistant Director, Head of Sales, IOP Publishing

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Waiting for Disruptive Change

Michael Clarke
Executive Vice President, Silverchair Information Systems

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Keynote 2: From E-phobia to E-phoria

Richard Charkin
Executive Director, Bloomsbury

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Plenary 2: All four corners: worldwide scholarly publishing

All four corners: worldwide scholarly publishing

Hooman Momen
Editor & Coordinator, Bulletin of the World Health Organization

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Publishing in Latin America and the Caribbean: innovative models

Mariana R. Biojone
Senior Business Development Editor, Springer

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Publishing innovations in Korea

Choon Shil Lee
Professor of Library & Information Science, Sookmyung Women’s University

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Starting From Scratch in Doha

Arend Küster
MD Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation Journals

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Q & A: All four corners: worldwide scholarly publishing

Hooman Momen (Chair), Mariana R. Biojone, Arend Kuster, Choon Shil Lee
 

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Parallel 1 (a): Abort, Retry, Fail? – data and the scholarly literature

Abort, Retry, Fail? – data and the scholarly literature

Robert Parker
Interim CEO, Royal Society of Chemistry

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Research data and scholarly publications: Going from casual acquaintances to something more

Todd Vision
Associate Professor of Biology, The University of North Carolina

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ODE: Opportunities for Data Exchange

Max Wilkinson
Programme Manager Datasets, British Library

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Making the most of our data: a researcher’s view of publishing

Jonathan Goodman
Reader in Chemistry, University of Cambridge

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Parallel 1 (b): Who Knows Best? Academic library book collections development in transition

Who Knows Best? Academic library book collections development in transition

Vivian Berghahn
MD Berghahn Books

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Are we there yet?

Mark Huskisson
Vice President, EBL

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The Changing Academic Library Market: Opportunities for Vendors and Publishers

Anna Bullard
Director, Publisher Acquisitions & Relations, Ebrary Inc

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The Present and Future of Academic Library Collection Development in the United States

Arlene Moore Sievers-Hill
Head, Acquisitions Department, Case Western Reserve University

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Vox populi: student-led acquisition of ebooks in an academic library

Jill Taylor-Roe
Head of Liaison & Academic Services Newcastle University

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Q & A: Who Knows Best? Academic library book collections development in transition

Parallel 1(c): Industry Updates

Industry Updates

Toni Tracy

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Microsoft Academic Search: Next-Generation Scholarly Discovery

Lee Dirks
Director for Education & Scholarly Communication, Microsoft Research Connections

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Datacite: helping researchers to find, access and reuse data

Tom Pollard
Datasets Outreach Officer, The British Library

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Code RED – the future of Transfer

Alison Mitchell
Business Management Director, Nature Publishing Group

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The Chicago Collaborative: An Alternative to Mutual Assured Destruction?

Irving E Rockwood
Editor & Publisher, CHOICE

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Q&A – Industry Updates

Plenary 3: What did the Romans ever do for us?

What did the Romans ever do for us?

Simon Ross
Global Journals Director, Cambridge University Press

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Developing opportunities for the future: adapting to change

Jane Harvell
Head of Academic Services, University of Sussex Library

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New Scholarly Moves in the Social Sciences

Ziyad Marar
Deputy Managing Director, Executive Vice President/Global Publishing, SAGE Publications

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Roman Plumbing meets Openness and Transparency in the Research Process

Mark Thorley
Data Management Co-ordinator, Natural Environment Research Council (NERC)

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A Vice-Chancellor’s View

Huw Morris
Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Academic) & Dean, College of Arts & Social Science, University of Salford

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Parallel 2 (a): Social media and the Scholarly record

Social media and the Scholarly record

Katie Sayers
Digital Marketing Manager, SAGE

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Social media & the scholarly record: a square peg and round hole interface?

Terry Hulbert
Director of Business Development, AIP

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Tweets, Avatars, Tags and Blogs: Collecting, Communicating and Visualising Social Media

Andrew Hudson-Smith
Director Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, University College London

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The “social” side of digital science

Kaitlin Thaney
Manager, External Partnerships Digital Science

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Parallel 2 (b): Ebook licensing

Ebook licensing

Ed Colleran
Senior Director, International Division, Copyright Clearance Center

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Effective eBook purchasing

Wouter van der Velde
eProduct Manager eBooks, Springer SBM

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Customer-Centric eBook Transition

Diane Harnish
Principal Consultant, DH Consulting

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Scholarly eBook Apps: Putting the Pieces Together

Ron Hogan
Project Manager, Electric Publisher

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Q&A: Ebook licensing

Parallel 2 (c): Learned Publishing Live!

Learned Publishing Live!

Panel

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Introduction – plenary 4

Arend Küster (Chair)
MD, Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation Journals

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Preparing for the Next Big Thing

Kevin Cohn
Vice President of Operations, Atypon

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Marketing Innovations. Clever, Cool, WMD’s and Snake Oil

Martin Marlow, Sara Killingworth (Presenter)
Principal, Maverick Outsource Services

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“Publisher”, does the name still fit?

Mohamed Aisati
Head of New Technology, Elsevier

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