APE 2017

APE 2017
January 17-18, 2017

The Academic Publishing in Europe 12 (APE 2017) – "Publishing Ethics: Doing the Right Thing - Doing Things Right" was held at Berlin.

Table of Contents

  1. Greetings
  2. Welcome and Opening
  3. Peer Review: Openness, Experimentation and Integrity
  4. Safeguarding the Integrity of Research
  5. Demands for Transparency: Helping Readers assess the Quality of Peer review
  1. How far have we come in facing Challenges in Publication Ethics
  2. OA2020: Building Capacity for the Transformation
  3. Supporting the Transition towards Open Access: Putting the Researcher at the Centre
  4. Open Access Policies and Science Europe Member Organisations: State of Play
  5. Open Access Publishing in Chemistry: Opportunities and Challenges
  6. OA 2020 – An achievable Reality? - Q&A
  7. Room at the Top – It’s Good for Business
  8. Why is there Room at the Top?
  9. Women in Scholarly Publishing: Some Context
  10. Room at the Top – It’s Good for Business - Q&A
  11. Preprints as a Complement to our Journal System
  12. A new Model for faster Communication of Research
  13. How do we Measure the Iceberg? Analysing Online Activity beyond the Article
  14. The moral vacuum of modern medical and scientific publishing: Is there a solution?
  15. Why are Publishers still Obsessed with Print?
  16. Innovation & new Dotcoms to watch!
  17. Are we Worshiping false Gods? The Journey from Excellence to Innovation
  18. Peerwith.com
  19. TrendMD
  20. PaperHive
  21. Trellisscience.com
  22. Dotcoms to watch - Q&A
  23. Frontiers of Peer Review
  24. Is our Industry in good Shape?
  25. The Scientific, Technical and Medical Information Sector, 2016
  26. Publishing in the Doghouse: Protecting Copyright, Enabling Access, or Both?
  27. Is our Industry in Good Shape? - Q&A
  28. ‘The Scholarly Kitchen’ live in Berlin What’s Hot and What’s Cooking in Scholarly Publishing?
  29. ‘The Scholarly Kitchen’ live in Berlin What’s Hot and What’s Cooking in Scholarly Publishing?
  30. Persistent Identifiers & Automation
  31. The Evolving State of Open Access
  32. ‘The Scholarly Kitchen’ live in Berlin What’s Hot and What’s Cooking in Scholarly Publishing? - Q&A
  33. Building a Peer Review Technology
  34. Ingo, PostDoc, Brain-Researcher

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Greetings

Prof. Dr. Andreas Degkwitz
Director of the University Library, Humboldt University zu Berlin
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Welcome and Opening

Dr. Michiel Kolman
President, International Publishers Association (IPA), Geneva and SVP Elsevier, Amsterdam
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Peer Review: Openness, Experimentation and Integrity

Rachel Burley
Publishing Director, BioMed Central, Springer Nature, London
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Safeguarding the Integrity of Research

Dr. IJsbrand Jan Aalbersberg
SVP Research Integrity, Elsevier, Amsterdam
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Demands for Transparency: Helping Readers assess the Quality of Peer review

Will Schweitzer
Director, Product, AAAS/Science, Washington, DC
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How far have we come in facing Challenges in Publication Ethics

Dr. Mirjam Curno
Council Member and Trustee of COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics) + Editorial Director, Frontiers, Lausanne
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OA2020: Building Capacity for the Transformation

Dr. Ralf Schimmer
Director, Product, AAAS/Science, Washington, DC
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Supporting the Transition towards Open Access: Putting the Researcher at the Centre

Dr. Dagmar Meyer
Policy Advisor, European Research Council Executive Agency (ERCEA), Brussels
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Open Access Policies and Science Europe Member Organisations: State of Play

Amanda Crowfoot
Director, Science Europe, Brussels
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Open Access Publishing in Chemistry: Opportunities and Challenges

Dr. Emma Wilson
Director of Publishing, Royal Society of Chemistry, London
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OA 2020 – An achievable Reality? – Q&A

Chair: Liz Ferguson, Dr. Ralf Schimmer, Dr. Dagmar Meyer, Amanda Crowfoot, Dr. Emma Wilson
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Room at the Top – It’s Good for Business

Dr. Liz Marchant
Editorial Director, Taylor and Francis, Oxford
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Why is there Room at the Top?

Dr. Patricia Gabaldon
Associate Professor, IE Business School, Madrid
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Women in Scholarly Publishing: Some Context

Alice Meadows
Director, Community Engagement and Support, ORCID, Bethesda, MD
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Room at the Top – It’s Good for Business – Q&A

Chair: Dr. Liz Marchant, Dr. Patricia Gabaldon, Alice Meadows
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Preprints as a Complement to our Journal System

Dr. Jessica Polka
Director, ASAPbio, Cambridge, MA
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A new Model for faster Communication of Research

Dr. Kaveh Bazargan
Director, River Valley Technologies, London
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How do we Measure the Iceberg? Analysing Online Activity beyond the Article

Euan Adie
CEO, Altmetric, London
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The moral vacuum of modern medical and scientific publishing: Is there a solution?

Dr. Richard Horton
Editor-in-Chief, The Lancet, London
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Why are Publishers still Obsessed with Print?

Richard Padley
Digital Publishing Entrepreneur, Brighton
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Innovation & new Dotcoms to watch!

Drs. Eefke Smit
Director, Standards and Technology, STM, The Hague
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Are we Worshiping false Gods? The Journey from Excellence to Innovation

Melinda Kenneway
Executive Director, Kudos, Oxford
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Peerwith.com

Joris van Rossum
 
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TrendMD

Dr. Matt Cockerill
Director
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PaperHive

Dr. Andre Gaul
 
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Trellisscience.com

Jim Gilden
Business Development Manager PRE, AAAS
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Dotcoms to watch – Q&A

Joris van Rossum, Dr. Matt Cockerill, Dr. Andre Gaul, Jim Gilden
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Frontiers of Peer Review


Chair: Alice Meadows, Prof. Dr. Flaminio Squazzoni, Dr. Aliaksandr Birukou, Dr. Bahar Mehmani, Michael Willis
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Is our Industry in good Shape?

Michael Mabe
CEO STM, The Hague/Oxford
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The Scientific, Technical and Medical Information Sector, 2016

Jo McShea
VP & Lead Analyst, Outsell, London
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Publishing in the Doghouse: Protecting Copyright, Enabling Access, or Both?

Philip Carpenter
Senior Adviser, Research, Wiley, Oxford
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Is our Industry in Good Shape? – Q&A

Chair: Robert C. Campbell, Michael Mabe, J o McShea, Jo McShea
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‘The Scholarly Kitchen’ live in Berlin What’s Hot and What’s Cooking in Scholarly Publishing?

David Crotty
Editorial Director, Journals Policy, Oxford University Press, New York
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‘The Scholarly Kitchen’ live in Berlin What’s Hot and What’s Cooking in Scholarly Publishing?

Kent Anderson
CEO, RedLink, Westborough, MA
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Persistent Identifiers & Automation

Alice Meadows
Director of Community Engagement & Support, ORCID, Bethesda, MD
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The Evolving State of Open Access

Ann Michael
President and Founder, Delta Think, Flourtown, PA
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‘The Scholarly Kitchen’ live in Berlin What’s Hot and What’s Cooking in Scholarly Publishing? – Q&A

David Crotty, Kent Anderson, Alice Meadows, Ann Michael
 
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Building a Peer Review Technology

Tim Vogelsang
 
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Ingo, PostDoc, Brain-Researcher

DaMaHub
 
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