Progress report from Opportunities for Data Exchange (ODE project)

Salvatore Mele
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Which scientists can we trust?

Christine Ottery
Science Journalist
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Ten Challenges for Open Access Journals

Peter Suber
SPARC/Open Access News
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Welcome & Opening

Jayne Marks
VP & Editorial Director, Sage Publications
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Concluding Keynote – Beyond Text and Tiffs: Progress and Prospects for Rich Media

Bill Kasdorf
Apex Content Solutions
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Using and Communicating Knowledge: a Researcher Perspective

Michael Jubb
Research Information Network (RIN), London
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Measuring Is Knowing – Or Is It?

Jan Velterop
Concept Web Alliance, Cobham
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ORCID (Open Researcher & Contributor ID)

Howard Ratner
Chief Technology Officer, Executive VP, Nature Publishing Group
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Hindawi’s OA Institutional Membership Program

Paul Peters
Head of Business Development for Hindawi Publishing Corporation
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Needles in a Virtual Haystack: Discoverability as a Route to Market

Chris Bennett
Head of Online Sales, Oxford University Press
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Web 2.0 technologies and post-publication peer review will supplant ‘traditional’ peer review

Rhonda Oliver
Royal College of Nursing Publishing
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Richard Smith
Director United Health Chronic Disease Initiative &
Board Member, Public Library of Science
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Tracey Brown
Sense about Science
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Q & A
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Beyond Topic: How Readers Choose which Article to Read

Carol Tenopir
University of Tennessee
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Making of gold – Stories from the content enrichment work bench

Sam Herbert
Client Services Director, 67 Bricks
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Your Brain on Computers

Matthew D. Richtel
2010 Putlizer Prize winner, The New York Times
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The international open access landscape

Carrie Calder
Head of Marketing, BioMed Central
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Helping to Ride – A Look at Data Sharing and Access Policies

Herbert Gruttemeier
Immediate Past President, ICSTI and Head of International Relations, INIST-CNRS, Vandoeuvre-lès-Nancy
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Open Access Publishing today: what scientists do and why

Salvatore Mele
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Supporting Active Reading, Just-in-Time Reading, and Reading Avoidance (Use Cases)

Jodi Schneider
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Opening up bibliographic data

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Over the past few years there has been an explosive growth in open data with significant uptake in government, research and elsewhere. Bibliographic records are a key part of our shared cultural heritage. They too should therefore be open, that is, made available to the public for access and reuse under an open licence which permits use and reuse without restriction (http://opendefinition. org/). Doing this promises a variety of benefits. First, it would allow libraries and other managers of bibliographic data to share records more efficiently and improve quality more rapidly through better, easier feedback. Second, through increased innovation in bibliographic services and applications generating benefits for the producers and users of bibliographic data and the wider community.

This talk will cover the what, why and how of open bibliographic data, drawing on direct recent experience such as the development of the Open Biblio Principles and the work of the Bibliographica and JISC OpenBib projects to make the three million records of the British Library’s British National Bibliography (BNB) into linked open data. With a growing number of Government agencies and public institutions making data open, is it now time for the publishing and library community to do likewise?

RUFUS POLLOCK is a Shuttleworth Foundation Fellow, an Associate of the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law at the University of Cambridge and a Director of the Open Knowledge Foundation which he co-founded in 2004. He has worked extensively as a scholar and developer on the social, legal and technological issues related to the creation and sharing of knowledge.

Riding the Data Wave: Research Libraries’ Role and Response

James L. Mullins, Ph.D
Dean of Libraries & Professor, Purdue University

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Personal Scientific Knowledge

Nathan Watson

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Users: Let’s Throw Them a Bone, Already

Kristen Fisher Ratan
HighWire Press – Stanford University

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Free Open Software: an Untapped Resource for the Small Publisher

Brian Owen
Public Knowledge Project

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Lessons Learned and Lessons Learning: Introduction

Will Wakeling1, Philip Roberts2,
2Northeastern University, 2CABI

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Bridging the divide: Building around the PDF

Steve Pettifer, Philip McDermott

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

Robert Parker
Interim CEO, Royal Society of Chemistry

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The Chicago Collaborative: An Alternative to Mutual Assured Destruction?

Irving E Rockwood
Editor & Publisher, CHOICE

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Customer-Centric eBook Transition

Diane Harnish
Principal Consultant, DH Consulting

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Scientific Reports from Nature Publishing Group

Sara Grimme

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What PEER is teaching us about Green OA

Chris Armbruster
Research Manager, PEER Project

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(ENSUREing we can) Ride the Wave (on a Cloud)

Dr Michael Factor
Distinguished Engineer, IBM Haifa Research Laboratory

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Integrating Data & Publications

Dr Eefke Smit
Director of Standards & Technology (Intl. Assoc. of Scientific, Technical & Medical Publishers

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Results from global journal editor survey on detecting plagiarism

Helen (Y.H) ZHANG
JZUS (Journal of Zhejiang University-SCIENCE)

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Open Platforms and eContent Integration

Louise Page
Director of Publishing Strategy, Highwire

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Richard Kidd

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User-side semantic Enrichment of Scholarly Content

Dr Steve Pettifer
School of Computer Science, University of Manchester

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ORCID: Unique Identifiers for Authors and Contributors

Martin Fenner
Hannover Medical School, ORCID

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Developing usage as a new metric: progress on the Journal Usage Factor

Jayne Marks
Wolters Kluwer: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

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Footprints across the East-West bridge

Caitlin Meadows
Publishing Services Director, Charlesworth Group

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How I Interact with Scientific Literature

William T. Jackson
PhD, Assistant Professor, Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, Medical College of Wisconsin

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PEER Achievements and Executive Partner reflections

PEER Executive

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Knowledge Unlatched – Open Access for Scholarly Books

Frances Pinter

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Open Access in Horizon 2020 and the European Research Area

Jean François Dechamp
European Commission

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CrossMark Introduction

Rachael Lammey
Product Manager

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Cities on the Edge of Never: Life in the Trenches of the Web in 2012

Jason Scott
Archive Team

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Second Panel

A new metric for journal impact: Usage Factor

Peter Shepherd
Director COUNTER

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Chiaroscuro: the light and shadow of CC BY in the context of Social Science, Arts and Humanities (SSAH)

Vicky Gardner
Open Access Publisher, Taylor & Francis

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Open Data at GigaScience and BioMed Central

Iain Hrynaszkiewicz
BioMed Central & GigaScience, London

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Closing Panel: The Communication of Information – Q & A

Dr Rick Borchelt (Chair)
National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, MD

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Open Data – Rebecca Lawrence

Rebecca Lawrence

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Mark Hahnel

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Text Mining: What, Why and How?

Jonathan Clark
Jonathan Clark & Partners B.V.

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Why I went indie (and why I’m staying indie)

Linda Gillard
award winning SPKAFFILIATION bestselling author

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Opening Keynote

Salvatore Mele
CERN, Head of Open Access

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Opening Remarks/OASPA Update

Paul Peters

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Open Access in the Humanities and Social Sciences

David Ross

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Semantic Analytics

Jake Zarnegar

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Science 2.0 and current developments in the EU

Jean-Claude Burgelman
EU Commission, DG Research and Innovation, Head of Unit

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Howard Ratner – CHORUS

Howard Ratner
Director of Development, CHORUS

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Reducing costs and expanding XML submissions with PDF to JATS conversion

Keishi Katoh
Digital Communications Co., Ltd

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Formatting JATS: as easy as 1-2-3

Tony Graham

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Session Four: Future – What Does the Future Hold for Publishing?

Rachel Willmer, Peter Armstrong, Brennan Dunn

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Open Access: A challenge for learned societies

Agnès Henri
EDP Sciences

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DOI Co-Access for Books

Mike Yalter
Software Developer

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Frontiers’ Collaborative Peer Review

Mirjam Curno

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Credit Where Credit is Due

Session Chairs: Amy Brand, Melissa Haendel and Daniel S. Katz

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JATS for Ejournals and BITS for Ebooks—Adopting BITS for Scholars Portal Ebook Repository

Wei Zhao, Ravit H. David, Sadia Khwaja and Qinqin Lin
OCUL—Scholars Portal

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Seven Lessons: what we’ve learned from trying to measure impact

Euan Adie
CEO, Altmetric

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Open Science: Bridging the gap between society & researcher

Emilio Bruna
Editor-in-Chief, Biotropica

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Scientific Social Networks

David Nygren
Vice President, Research Insights, Wiley

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Building Community for Semantics

Ian Galloway
American Psychological Association

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Ushering an Era of Networked YOU Collaboration for Innovation RedLink

Deepika Bajaj

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Keynote: SCOAP3

Salvatore Mele

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The Open Anthropology Library: An Open Access Index and Community

Jenna Makowski
Alexander Street Press

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DDA, DRM, ILL- Oh my! Building a Better eBook Model-Business Strategy

Heather Staines
Macalester College

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APIs: A Librarian’s Perspective

Laura Wrubel
George Washington University

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Stack the Deck in your Favor using Card-Based Editorial workflows

Mark Johnson

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Everything’s New Under the Sun: How New Standards and Best Practices Will Affect Your Life

Nettie Lagace

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The Value Proposition

Rebecca Kennison

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Inera and CrossRef: 15 Years of Collaboration

Bruce Rosenblum

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And what about Research Data?

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

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Publons – Credit for peer review

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

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Self correcting literature – a myth?

Catriona McCullum

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Introduction to the Research in Institutions presentations

Identifying and Standardizing Funding Information in Scholarly Articles: A Publisher’s Solution

Alexander B. Schwarzman, M. Scott Dineen
OSA—The Optical Society

Introduction to the Session: Communicate your scholarship effectively: We share, we write, but are we understood?

Co-chairs: Bruno Paschoal and Mercè Crosas

Keynote talk: Digital disease detection and the future of participatory research

John Brownstein Chief Innovation Officer, Boston Children’s Hospital, Professor at Harvard Medical School, Co-Creator, HealthMap

Introduction to the Session: Working beyond borders: supporting global creation of and engagement with knowledge

Dominique Babini (Chair) CLACSO

Summary of the Conference, Where we are going

Coasp 2016 – Q&A – Panel 1 – Technology and Innovation


COASP 2016 – Q&A – Panel 3 – Evaluation


Ivan Oransky from Retraction Watch (video link)


OA 2020 – An achievable Reality? – Q&A

Chair: Liz Ferguson, Dr. Ralf Schimmer, Dr. Dagmar Meyer, Amanda Crowfoot, Dr. Emma Wilson

Dotcoms to watch – Q&A

Joris van Rossum, Dr. Matt Cockerill, Dr. Andre Gaul, Jim Gilden

Getting Books to Readers – Michael Jubb

Michael Jubb
Independent Consultant

Friends, Foes or Frenemies? – Danny Kingsley

Danny Kingsley
Head of Scholarly Communication, University of Cambridge

Welcome, Introduce Fellows

Martin Fenner

Unlocking references from the literature: The Initiative for Open Citations

Dario Taraborelli

Checklists for software citation: what you need to know – Neil Chue Hong

Neil Chue Hong
Director and Principal Investigator of the Software Sustainability Institute

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