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Open Access Publishing Strategies, Options and Issues for Scholar Publishers

David Solomon* and Caroline Sutton**
*Michigan State University, **Co-Action Publishing
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Social Accounting and Open Access

Jen Sweezie
Bioline International
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Introductory Keynote: Demystifying the Digital Conundrum

Gurvinder Batra
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Welcome & Opening

Dr. Karl-Peter Winters
German Association of Publishers and Booksellers
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Measuring Is Knowing – Or Is It?

Jan Velterop
Concept Web Alliance, Cobham
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Licensing of digital Content to Intermediaries

Wulf von Lucius
Lucius & Lucius
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Data and text mining: the search for unknown knowns

Geoffrey Bilder
Director of Strategic Initiatives, CrossRef
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Hindawi’s OA Institutional Membership Program

Paul Peters
Head of Business Development for Hindawi Publishing Corporation
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Brazil – An Awakening Tiger

David Myers
Managing Director, Dot Lib International
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The seven crises of scholarly publishing: extinction or evolution?

Richard Horton
Editor-in-Chief, The Lancet
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Subito Update

Berndt Dugall
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EU plans for e-Infrastructures

Carlos Morais-Pires
European Commission
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Scholarly eBooks – Improving discoverability and usage

Carol Anne Meyer
Business Development and Marketing Manager
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The gatekeeper is dead: Long live the gatekeeper!

Dr. Cameron Neylon
Senior Scientist at STFC Didcot, UK
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Making sense of science and evidence

Tracey Brown
Managing Director, Sense About Science

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Access to information has no boundaries: Stellenbosch University engaging Open Access to information

Ina Smith
E-Research Repository Manager, University of Stellenbosch
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Academic Publishing in China: Tailored Partnerships for Common Goals

Dr. Anke Beck
Senior Vice President Pubishing, De Gruyter Berlin
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Open Access Publishing today: what scientists do and why

Salvatore Mele
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Digital research, analog publishing: one scientist’s view

Philip E Bourne
University of California, San Diego

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A Post Doc & Scholarly Research now and the future

Frank L. Hammond III, Ph.D
Harvard University School of Engineering & Applied Science

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The dangling conversation? What’s happening with e-books and public libraries?

Martin Palmer
Principal Officer: Libraries for Essex County Council

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The Transmedia World

Laura Fleming
Consultant/Inanimate Alice Project

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Consortia Sales Models for Small Publishers: Introduction

Emilie Delquie
Publishers Communication Group

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To Infinity and Beyond: Using Data to Create Next Generation eBooks: Introduction

Heather Ruland Staines

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Data from the collective desktop powering collaboration and discovery!

Jan Reichelt

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Open Biology from the Royal Society

Phil Hurst

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Effective eBook purchasing

Wouter van der Velde
eProduct Manager eBooks, Springer SBM

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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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Parallel 2 (b): Ebook licensing

Understanding EPUB: A Publisher’s Perspective

James Long
Editorial Director Digital, Pan Macmillan

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nestor German Network of Expertise in Digital Preservation

Prof Matthias Hemmje

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ELIXIR: a sustainable infrastructure for biological information in Europe

Dr Andrew Lyall

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The shared solution: how can shared services help address some of the pressure points facing libraries and, more widely, scholarly communications?

Ken Chad
Director, Ken Chad Consulting Ltd

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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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Connecting to external data sets through SciVerse Applications

IJsbrand Jan Aalbersberg

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Digital Reuse Rights in a fast-changing Publishing Environment: Users’ Demands and Licensing Options for Publishers

Kim Zwollo
General Manager, RightsDirect, Amsterdam

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

Jayne Marks
Wolters Kluwer: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

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Plenary Session 4 – Repository Reality

The Semantic Shift

Guillaume Mazières

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EPUB 3 – master, mainstream or marginalised format

Graham Bell

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Welcome – PEER Conference 2012

Michael Mabe
STM, Chair of the PEER Executive

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How to implement Gold Open Access at a research institution

Margo Bargheer
Gottingen University Press

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Heat in the Kitchen – Debates, Mandates, and Access

T. Scott Plutchak1 (Moderator), Kent Anderson2
1University of Alabama, Birmingham (UAB), 2Editor-in-Chief, The Scholarly Kitchen

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Resources for Small Publishers

Anna Tolwinska
Assistant Marketing Manager

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CrossRef in Korea: What we do at KAMJE

Choon Shil Lee
Sookmyung Women’s University, KAMJE

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How’s your plumbing?

Richard Wynne
Aries Systems

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Publisher alt-metric stats deathmatch

Euan Adie

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Data Citation Index

Nigel Robinson
Thomson Reuters, York, UK

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Closing Panel: Dr Rick Borchelt – The Funding of Publishing: Changes and Consequences for Communication

Dr Rick Borchelt
National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, MD

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Rigour and Open Access – Douglas Kell

Douglas Kell

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Alternative Peer Review – Irene Hames

Irene Hames
Independent publishing consultant

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Integrating e-textbooks into the curriculum

Jeni Evans
Account Executive EMEA, Vital source technologies

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Journal Article Mining: study and survey

Eefke Smit
Association of STM Publishers

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The journal is dead, long live the journal


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DataCite 2013 – Introduction

Adam Farquhar
DataCite, President

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Hybrid Open Access Cul-de-sac or shortcut towards Open Access?

Falk Reckling

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Kamila Markram

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Ian Mulvany

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How to build a taxonomy

Richard Padley

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An XML Workflow for Book Publishing

Jake Furbush
MIT Press

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A Publisher’s InDesign to BITS and EPUB Infrastructure: Conventions, Configuration, Conversion, Checks

Gerrit Imsieke
le-tex publishing services

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Beyond the textbook? Mobile and Interactive textbooks in the digital age

Kiren Shoman
Executive Director, Books Editorial, Sage Publishing

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Working with the library community to set up OA pilots for transitioning subscription income to APCs

Nicola Gulley
IOP Publishing

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Societies and the transition to Open Access

Andrea Baier
British Ecological Society

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Frontiers’ Collaborative Peer Review

Mirjam Curno

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Why are we so attached to attachments? Let’s ditch them and improve publishing

Kaveh Bazargan
River Valley Technologies

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All Aboard! Round-tripping JATS in an HTML-based online CMS and editing platform

Wendell Piez
Piez Consulting Services

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A complete end-to-end publishing system based on JATS

Kaveh Bazargan
River Valley Technologies

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Professional Associations & Learned Societies: Current Issues & Outlook

Deni Auclair
Vice President & Lead Analyst, STM, Outsell, Inc.

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Science-Focused Start-ups

Michael Clarke
President, Clarke & Company

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Requisite variety in scholarly metrics

Cassidy Sugimoto
Assistant Professor, School of Information & Computing, Indiana University, Bloomington

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Manuscript Submission Innovation

Richard Wynne
Aries Systems Corporation

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Machine Reading

Paul Grooth

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Motivational metric: Using Data to Communicate Impact

Colleen Willis

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Liblisher or Pubrary: Navigating the New Library Publishing Landscape

John Warren
Mason Publishing Group, George Mason University Press

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Helping Journal Editors Establish Data Access and Research Transparency Practices

William Morgan

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What do young members really want?

Trina Cody

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Great Idea…ORCID IDs and Peer Review

Alice Meadows

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Keynote: ‘Events in the Netherlands – a national approach to open access’

Ron Dekker
Director Institutes NWO, Project leader Open Access NL

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Evaluation – Q&A

Andrew Preston, Marcus Munafo, Moqi Xu
London School of Economics, Publons, University of Bristol

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Wanted – an Infrastructure for Scholarly Communication (Alice Meadows)

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

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Emma Green
Strategic Development Director, Zapnito, London

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Session: Dotcoms-to-Watch

Show me the Money (James Evans)

Professor James Evans Chairman, Science Navigation Group

Introduction to Author Behaviours presentations

Invited talk: Communicating science: Distilling your message

Christie Nicholson Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science

Session: Pitch it: Innovation challenge

Co-chairs: Robert McDonald and Damian Pattinson

Reaggregating Primary Research Outputs

Todd Vision University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

NISO STS Project Overview and Update

Robert Wheeler1, Bruce Rosenblum2, Lesley West3
1ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers), 2Inera, Inc., 3ASTM International

COASP 2016 – Welcome by Paul Peters

Paul Peters
CEO, Hindawi Publishing Corporation

Keynote – A Newcomers Perspective on Lessons Learned (or not) Toward Open Access Within Scholarly Communication

Meredith Morovati
Executive Director, Dryad

Peer review – an ethics and research integrity perspective?

Theodora Bloom, Matt Hodgkinson, Anthony Ross-Hellauer, Elizabeth Moylan (Chair)

Safeguarding the Integrity of Research

Dr. IJsbrand Jan Aalbersberg
SVP Research Integrity, Elsevier, Amsterdam

Joris van Rossum

Building a Peer Review Technology

Tim Vogelsang

Stop, Collaborate and Listen! – Graham Walton

Graham Walton
Honorary Research Fellow, Loughborough University

Workshop A Feedback

Lorraine Ellery Matthews
Proprietor, Ellery Matthews Consulting

Status of Open Access in Taiwan

Chen-Yi Tu

Ubiquitous Open Access: Changing culture by integrating OA into user workflows

Jason Priem, Heather Piwowar, and Michael Habib

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