APE 2016

APE 2016
January 19-20, 2016
Berlin

Academic Publishing in Europe 11 (APE 2016) was held at Berlin Brandenburg Academy of Sciences, Gendarmenmarkt, Berlin.

Table of Contents

  1. APE 2016 Opening and Chair
  2. Keynotes: Science as Social Machines
  3. The Future of Scholarly Scientific Communication
  4. Friction in the Workflow: Where are we generating more Heat than Light?
  5. Open Access Transformation of Scientific Journal Publishing: Perspective after the Berlin 12 Conference
  1. Access and Destinations: Navigating the Choices
  2. The German Council for Scientific Information Infrastructures - Status and Perspectives
  3. Session: Wanted - an Infrastructure for Scholarly Communication
  4. Wanted - an Infrastructure for Scholarly Communication (Alice Meadows)
  5. Wanted - an Infrastructure for Scholarly Communication (Daniel Hook)
  6. Underpinning Infrastructure: ORCID @ the Austrian Science Fund FWF
  7. Infrastructure for Article & Data Sharing
  8. And what about Research Data?
  9. Wanted - an Infrastructure for Scholarly Communication (Geoffrey Bilder)
  10. Panel discussion: Wanted - an Infrastructure for Scholarly Communication
  11. Session: Money, Money, Money
  12. Money, Money, Money (Robert C. Campbell)
  13. It's never about the Money
  14. Money for Nothing … and the Clicks are free
  15. Digital First: the Publisher's Value Proposition in an Age of Open Data and Reproducible Science
  16. Introduction to The APE Lecture – The History of Academic Publishing since 1500 up today
  17. The APE Lecture – The History of Acdemic Publishing since 1500 up today
  18. Wake-up Session: Can the 'Academic Sharing Economy' add Value to the Scholarly Ecosystem?
  19. Sharing is the new buying
  20. STM voluntary principles
  21. Panel discussion – Can the 'Academic Sharing Economy' add Value to the Scholarly Ecosystem?
  22. Session: Dotcoms-to-Watch
  23. Introduction to the session Dotcoms-to-Watch
  24. Publons – Credit for peer review
  25. Dryad – Quality content
  26. Zapnito
  27. Bookmetrix
  28. Overleaf
  29. Panel discussion – Dotcoms-to-Watch
  30. Session: Policies and Reputation
  31. Introduction to the panel – Policies and Reputation
  32. Open Access Policies in Europe: an Overview of Science Europe Members
  33. Reputation: New Ways of Building, Showcasing and Measuring Scholarly Reputation in the Digital Age
  34. Session: Where Does the Buck Stop? Research Ethics and Publishing
  35. Where Does the Buck Stop? Research Ethics and Publishing (Dr. Bernd Pulverer)
  36. Where Does the Buck Stop? Research Ethics and Publishing (Dr. Peter Gölitz)
  37. Where Does the Buck Stop? Research Ethics and Publishing (Anne Kitson)
  38. Where Does the Buck Stop? Research Ethics and Publishing (Richard Van Noorden)
  39. Where Does the Buck Stop? Research Ethics and Publishing (Chris Graf)
  40. Self correcting literature – a myth?
  41. Panel: Policing Science or Science Police? An Open Discussion on the Role of Journals in Research Ethics

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APE 2016 Opening and Chair

Michael Mabe
CEO, The International Association of STM

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Keynotes: Science as Social Machines

Prof. Dr. Barend Mons
Leiden University Medical Center, Leiden

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The Future of Scholarly Scientific Communication

Dr. Stuart Taylor
Publishing Director, Royal Society, London

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Friction in the Workflow: Where are we generating more Heat than Light?

John Sack
Associate Publisher and Founding Director, HighWire, Stanford

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Open Access Transformation of Scientific Journal Publishing: Perspective after the Berlin 12 Conference

Dr. Ralf Schimmer
Max Planck Digital Library

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Access and Destinations: Navigating the Choices

Philippe Terheggen
Managing Director, Elsevier Journals, Amsterdam

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The German Council for Scientific Information Infrastructures – Status and Perspectives

Sabine Brünger-Weilandt
President and CEO, FIZ Karlsruhe, the Leibniz Institute for Information Infrastructure

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Session: Wanted – an Infrastructure for Scholarly Communication

Wanted – an Infrastructure for Scholarly Communication (Alice Meadows)

Alice Meadows (Chair)
Director of Communications, ORCID, Bethesda, MD

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Wanted – an Infrastructure for Scholarly Communication (Daniel Hook)

Dr. Daniel Hook
Managing Director, Digital Science, London

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Underpinning Infrastructure: ORCID @ the Austrian Science Fund FWF

Klaus Zinoecker
Strategy & Data Analysis, FWF Der Wissenschaftsfonds, Wien

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Infrastructure for Article & Data Sharing

Alicia Wise
Director of Access and Policy, Elsevier, Oxford

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And what about Research Data?

Matthias Razum
Head E-Science, FIZ Karlsruhe, Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen

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Wanted – an Infrastructure for Scholarly Communication (Geoffrey Bilder)

Geoffrey Bilder
CrossRef

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Panel discussion: Wanted – an Infrastructure for Scholarly Communication

Ginny Hendricks, Dr. Daniel Hook, Klaus Zinoecker, Alicia Wise, Matthias Razum, Geoffrey Bilder

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Session: Money, Money, Money

Money, Money, Money (Robert C. Campbell)

Robert C. Campbell (Chair)
Guest of Honour, Oxford

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It’s never about the Money

Kent Anderson
Caldera Publishing Solutions, Westborough, MA, USA

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Money for Nothing … and the Clicks are free

Ian Russell
CEO, Society for Endocrinology

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Digital First: the Publisher’s Value Proposition in an Age of Open Data and Reproducible Science

Todd Toler
VP, Digital Product Management, John Wiley and Sons, Hoboken, NJ

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Introduction to The APE Lecture – The History of Academic Publishing since 1500 up today

Dr. Herman P. Spruijt
Past President, International Publishers Association (IPA), Leersum

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The APE Lecture – The History of Acdemic Publishing since 1500 up today

Prof. Dr. Klaus G. Saur
Humboldt University, Berlin

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Wake-up Session: Can the ‘Academic Sharing Economy’ add Value to the Scholarly Ecosystem?

Sharing is the new buying

Richard Padley
Chairman and CEO, Semantico, Brighton

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STM voluntary principles

Dylla

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Panel discussion – Can the ‘Academic Sharing Economy’ add Value to the Scholarly Ecosystem?

 
 

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Session: Dotcoms-to-Watch

Introduction to the session Dotcoms-to-Watch

Drs. Eefke Smit (Moderator)
Director, Standards and Technology, STM, The Hague, Leiden

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Publons – Credit for peer review

Andrew R.H. Preston
Founder, Publons, London/Wellington

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Dryad – Quality content

Meredith Morovati
Executive Director, Dryad, Durham, NC

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Zapnito

Emma Green
Strategic Development Director, Zapnito, London

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Bookmetrix

Dr. Martijn Roelandse
Manager, Publishing Innovation, Springer Nature, Dordrecht

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Overleaf

Dr. Phill Jones
Head of Publisher Outreah, Digital Science, London

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Panel discussion – Dotcoms-to-Watch

Drs. Eefke Smit, Andrew R. H. Preston, Meredith Morovati, Emma Green, Dr. Martijn Roelandse, Manager, Dr. Phill Jones

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Session: Policies and Reputation

Introduction to the panel – Policies and Reputation

Dr. Anke Beck (Chair)
President Publishing, De Gruyter, Berlin

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Open Access Policies in Europe: an Overview of Science Europe Members

Stephan Kuster
Head of Policy Affairs, Science Europe, Brussels

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Reputation: New Ways of Building, Showcasing and Measuring Scholarly Reputation in the Digital Age

Prof. Dr. David Nicholas
CIBER Research Ltd., Newbury

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Session: Where Does the Buck Stop? Research Ethics and Publishing

Where Does the Buck Stop? Research Ethics and Publishing (Dr. Bernd Pulverer)

Dr. Bernd Pulverer
Chief Editor, The EMBO Journal, Head of Scientific Publications, EMBO Press, Heidelberg

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Where Does the Buck Stop? Research Ethics and Publishing (Dr. Peter Gölitz)

Dr. Peter Gölitz
Editor-in-Chief, “Angewandte Chemie”, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim

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Where Does the Buck Stop? Research Ethics and Publishing (Anne Kitson)

Anne Kitson
Executive Vice President for Health & Medical Science Publishing, Elsevier, Oxford

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Where Does the Buck Stop? Research Ethics and Publishing (Richard Van Noorden)

Richard Van Noorden
Deputy News Editor, Nature, Springer Nature, London

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Where Does the Buck Stop? Research Ethics and Publishing (Chris Graf)

Chris Graf
Co-Vice Chair, COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics), Norfolk, UK

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Self correcting literature – a myth?

Catriona McCullum

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Panel: Policing Science or Science Police? An Open Discussion on the Role of Journals in Research Ethics

Dr. Bernd Pulverer (Moderator)
Chief Editor, Head of Scientific Publications, The EMBO Jounal, Heidelberg

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