SSP 2015

SSP 2015
May 27-29, 2015
Arlington, VA

The 37th Annual Meeting was held in Marriott Crystal Gateway at Arlington, VA.

Table of Contents

  1. What is Digital Science?
  2. Data wranglers in LibraryLand: Finding opportunities in the changing policy landscape
  3. Evolving Information Policies & their Implications: A conversation for Librarians and Publishers
  4. Opening Remarks by SSP President Howard Ratner…
  5. Opening Remarks by SSP President Howard Ratner 2…
  1. Presentation of the Demographics and Education of Scholarly publishing and Communication professionals
  2. Keynote: Charles Watkinson: Seriographs and Monocals…
  3. Keynote: The New Big Picture A Discussion with Ken Auletta…
  4. The Researchers’ New Big Picture-RESEARCH/USER NEEDS
  5. The Researchers’ New Big Picture-Panel
  6. Ditching attachmets: A better way to publish
  7. Zero Clicks Away: Full-Text Access at the Point of Discovery
  8. CCC's XML for Mining Solution
  9. Overleaf Cloud Based, Collaborative Writing, Editing and Publishing Tool
  10. Ushering an Era of Networked YOU Collaboration for Innovation RedLink
  11. Edifix-Accurate, Linked References
  12. ArticleExpress
  13. Manuscript Submission Innovation
  14. Interactive Journal Content Production Services
  15. New and Noteworthy Product Presentations-Marketing/Product Development
  16. If you have overcome all of these challenges...
  17. Problem-Identifying Authoritative social Media
  18. Proto View a Ringgold service
  19. New and Noteworthy Product Presentations-Marketing/Product Development
  20. DDA, DRM, ILL- Oh my! Building a Better eBook Model-Business Strategy
  21. DDA, DRM, ILL - Oh My! Building a Better eBook Model-Business Strategy
  22. DDA, DRM, ILL- Oh my! Building a Better eBook Model-Business Strategy
  23. DDA, DRM, ILL- Oh my! Building a Better eBook Model-Business Strategy
  24. DDA, DRM, ILL- Oh my! Building a Better eBook Model-Business Strategy
  25. DDA, DRM, ILL- Oh my! Building a Better eBook Model-Business Strategy
  26. Open Access 2.0: Monographs from the Perspective of Publishers and Librarians
  27. Luminos
  28. Open Access 2.0: Monographs from the Perspective of Publishers and Librarians
  29. The Future of Scholarly Communication…Discussion
  30. Machine Reading
  31. Big Journal Literature, Big Usage
  32. Big Journal Literature, Big Usage
  33. Motivational metric: Using Data to Communicate Impact
  34. Wiley: Altmetrics and the Evaluation Gap
  35. The Evaluation Gap: Using Altmetrics to Meet Changing Researcher needs: An Institutional Perspective
  36. Altmetrics for the Scholarly publisher
  37. The Evaluation Gap: Using altmetrics to meet changing researcher needs
  38. The Evaluation Gap: Using altmetrics to meet changing researcher needs-RESEARCH/USER NEEDS - Panel
  39. Thomson Reuters
  40. APIs: A Librarian's Perspective
  41. APIs in Scholarly Publishing – It’s a Marketing Thing
  42. The Elsevier API program
  43. APIs in Scholarly Publishing – It’s a Marketing Thing-MARKETING/PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
  44. Navigating the Journals Commissioning / Acquisitions Landscape
  45. Navigating the Journals Commissioning / Acquisitions Landscape (PART 4)
  46. 100 Years RSNA
  47. Creating Secure and Strategic Publishing Partnerships
  48. Navigating the Journals Commissioning / Acquisitions Landscape-BUSINESS STRATEGY
  49. Navigating the Journals Commissioning / Acquisitions Landscape-BUSINESS STRATEGY-Discussion
  50. Liblisher or Pubrary: Navigating the New Library Publishing Landscape-OPEN ACCESS
  51. Liblisher or Pubrary: Navigating the New Library Publishing Landscape
  52. Liblisher or Pubrary: The Future Publishing Professionals
  53. Liblisher or Pubrary: Navigating the New Library Publishing Landscape
  54. Liblisher or Pubrary: Navigating the New Library Publishing Landscape-Discussion
  55. The Future of Publishing: A University’s View - Discussion
  56. Stack the Deck in your Favor using Card-Based Editorial workflows
  57. Peer J-Workflow Philosophy
  58. New Tools and Workflows for Manuscript Submission and Peer Review
  59. New Tools and Workflows for Manuscript Submission and Peer Review
  60. BMJ
  61. New Product Development in Today’s Scholarly Publishing Environment
  62. New Product Development in Today’s Scholarly Publishing Environment
  63. New Product Development in Today’s Scholarly Publishing…Discussion
  64. The Outlook for M&A in Scholarly Publishing
  65. Connecting to the End-User
  66. Where to Find Growth in a Crowded Market
  67. Dataverse for Journals
  68. The New Republican Policy at the American Journal of Political Science
  69. Improving the Openness, Integrity, and Reproducibility of Scientific Research
  70. Helping Journal Editors Establish Data Access and Research Transparency Practices
  71. Helping Journal Editors Establish Data Access & Research Transparency Practices - Discussion
  72. Everything’s New Under the Sun: How New Standards and Best Practices Will Affect Your Life
  73. Altmetrics aren't so alternative anymore: Moving new metrics into the mainstream
  74. Beyond authorship
  75. Transfer: Tracking Journals Moving Between Publishers
  76. Reflections on Leadership and Success-Intro
  77. Keynote: Top 10
  78. Where are all the Users Going?…
  79. Where are all the Users Going? The Impact of Sharing Platforms on Stickiness of Publishers’ Websites - Discussion
  80. Why Can’t I Find my Content in the Library’s Discovery Service?
  81. Discovery Systems and Contect Neutrality
  82. The NISO Open Discovery Initiative
  83. Why Can’t I Find my Content in the Library’s Discovery Service?
  84. Why Can’t I Find my Content in the Library’s Discovery Service? - Discussion
  85. Accessing Usability
  86. What do young members really want?
  87. How Much Does it Cost?” versus “What are you Getting for/doing with the Money?
  88. The Value Proposition
  89. How Much Does it Cost
  90. The Reckoning: Analysis of Wellcome Trust OA spend 2013-14
  91. How can the "swing trench" inform OA publishing? - Discussion
  92. The Challenges of Compliance Lessons from across the pond
  93. The Challenges of Compliance
  94. The Challenges of Compliance The Academic Perspective
  95. The Challenges of Compliance
  96. The Challenges of Compliance - Discussion
  97. Mind the Gap: Addressing the Need for More Women Leaders in Scholarly Publishing
  98. Explaining XML
  99. Zen and the Art of Metadata Maintenance: Strategy and Tactics for Discovery and Sales
  100. Beyond the Download: The Secret Life of the Scholarly Article
  101. Beyond Market Research: Getting from Insight to Product Solutions
  102. Great Idea...ORCID IDs and Peer Review
  103. Implementing New Standards Early and Often
  104. Inera and CrossRef: 15 Years of Collaboration
  105. Great Idea – Now How Do We Do It? Collaborating to Implement Innovation
  106. Great Idea – Now How Do We Do It? Collaborating to Implement Innovation
  107. Closing Plenary: Society Publishing: Lessons Learned Over the Past 5 Years

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What is Digital Science?

Caitlin Trasande
Digital Science

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Data wranglers in LibraryLand: Finding opportunities in the changing policy landscape

T. Scott Plutchak
University of Alabama Birmingham

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Evolving Information Policies & their Implications: A conversation for Librarians and Publishers

Steve Kelley

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Opening Remarks by SSP President Howard Ratner…

Howard Ratner

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Opening Remarks by SSP President Howard Ratner 2…

Howard Ratner

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Presentation of the Demographics and Education of Scholarly publishing and Communication professionals

Amy Brand
Digital Science

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Keynote: Charles Watkinson: Seriographs and Monocals…

Charles Watkinson
University of Michigan Press

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Keynote: The New Big Picture A Discussion with Ken Auletta…

Ken Auletta
The New Yorker

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The Researchers’ New Big Picture-RESEARCH/USER NEEDS

Emilie Delquie

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The Researchers’ New Big Picture-Panel

Matt Hartings, Shelby Kimmel, Clayton Cox, Paul Hess, Emilie Delquie

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Ditching attachmets: A better way to publish

Kaveh Bazargan
River Valley Technologies

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Zero Clicks Away: Full-Text Access at the Point of Discovery

Jennifer Kane
Reprints Desk

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CCC’s XML for Mining Solution

Matt Pedersen
Copyright Clearance Center, Inc.

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Overleaf Cloud Based, Collaborative Writing, Editing and Publishing Tool

Mary Anne Baynes
Overleaf

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Ushering an Era of Networked YOU Collaboration for Innovation RedLink

Deepika Bajaj
RedLink

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Edifix-Accurate, Linked References

Bruce Rosenblum
Inera, Inc.

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ArticleExpress

Michael Hepp
Dartmouth Journal Services

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Manuscript Submission Innovation

Richard Wynne
Aries Systems Corporation

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Interactive Journal Content Production Services

Jean Kaplansky
Aptara

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New and Noteworthy Product Presentations-Marketing/Product Development

Patti Lockhart
American Society of Plant Biologists

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If you have overcome all of these challenges…

Mona Hidayet
AdvantageCS

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Problem-Identifying Authoritative social Media

Patricia Sabosik
ACI Information Group

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Proto View a Ringgold service

Jean Brodahl
Ringgold, Inc

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New and Noteworthy Product Presentations-Marketing/Product Development

David Myers

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

Maura Diamond
Springer Nature

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

Kathy Masnik
ProQuest

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

Whitney Murphy
Ingram Content Group

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

Katy Gabrio
Macalester College

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

Heather Staines
Macalester College

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

Maura Diamond, Kathy Masnik, Whitney Murphy, Katy Gabrio, Heather Staines
Springer Nature, ProQuest, Ingram Content Group, Macalester College

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Open Access 2.0: Monographs from the Perspective of Publishers and Librarians

Ros Pyne

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Luminos

Mary C. Francis
University of California Press

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Open Access 2.0: Monographs from the Perspective of Publishers and Librarians

Melissanne Scheld
Publishers Communication Group

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The Future of Scholarly Communication…Discussion

Maeg Keane, Pat Weitzel, Katy Meert, Nick Dials, Ashley Ketelhut

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Machine Reading

Paul Grooth
Elsevier

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Big Journal Literature, Big Usage

Jan Velterop

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Big Journal Literature, Big Usage

Paul Cohen, Paul Groth, Jan Velterop
DARPA, Elsevier

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Motivational metric: Using Data to Communicate Impact

Colleen Willis

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Wiley: Altmetrics and the Evaluation Gap

Terri Teleen
Wiley

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The Evaluation Gap: Using Altmetrics to Meet Changing Researcher needs: An Institutional Perspective

Cassidy Sugimoto
Indiana University

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Altmetrics for the Scholarly publisher

Jill Rodgers
MIT Press

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The Evaluation Gap: Using altmetrics to meet changing researcher needs

Phill Jones

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The Evaluation Gap: Using altmetrics to meet changing researcher needs-RESEARCH/USER NEEDS – Panel

Colleen Willis, Terri Teleen, Cassidy Sugimoto, Jill Rodgers, Phill Jones

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Thomson Reuters

Thomas Ciavarella
Thomson Reuters

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APIs: A Librarian’s Perspective

Laura Wrubel
George Washington University

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APIs in Scholarly Publishing – It’s a Marketing Thing

Chuck Hemenway
Copyright Clearance Center, Inc.

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The Elsevier API program

Ale De Vries
Elsevier

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APIs in Scholarly Publishing – It’s a Marketing Thing-MARKETING/PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Gordon Tibbits

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Navigating the Journals Commissioning / Acquisitions Landscape

Diana Pesek
Pennsylvania State University Press

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Navigating the Journals Commissioning / Acquisitions Landscape (PART 4)

Dan Morgan
University of California Press

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100 Years RSNA

Jeremy Nielsen
Radiological Society of North America

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Creating Secure and Strategic Publishing Partnerships

Ashley Petrylak
Oxford University Press

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Navigating the Journals Commissioning / Acquisitions Landscape-BUSINESS STRATEGY

Victoria Rae

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Navigating the Journals Commissioning / Acquisitions Landscape-BUSINESS STRATEGY-Discussion

Diana Pesek, Dan Morgan, Jeremy Nielsen, Ashley Petrylak, Victoria Rae
Pennsylvania State University Press, University of California Press, Radiological Society of North America, Oxford University Press

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Liblisher or Pubrary: Navigating the New Library Publishing Landscape-OPEN ACCESS

Heather Staines

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Liblisher or Pubrary: Navigating the New Library Publishing Landscape

Charles Watkinson
University of Michigan Press

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Liblisher or Pubrary: The Future Publishing Professionals

Sarah Lippincott
Library Publishing Coaltion

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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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Liblisher or Pubrary: Navigating the New Library Publishing Landscape-Discussion

Heather-Staines, Charles Watkinson, Sarah Lippincott, John Warren
University of Michigan Press, Library Publishing Coaltion, Mason Publishing Group, George Mason University Press

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The Future of Publishing: A University’s View – Discussion

Jeffrey Vitter, Geneva Henry, Paul Courant

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

Mark Johnson

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Peer J-Workflow Philosophy

Peter Binfield

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New Tools and Workflows for Manuscript Submission and Peer Review

John Inglis

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New Tools and Workflows for Manuscript Submission and Peer Review

Bert Carelli

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BMJ

Peter Ashman

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New Product Development in Today’s Scholarly Publishing Environment

Will Schweitzer

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New Product Development in Today’s Scholarly Publishing Environment

Cara Kaufman

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New Product Development in Today’s Scholarly Publishing…Discussion

Cara Kaufman, Will Schweitzer, Peter Ashman,

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The Outlook for M&A in Scholarly Publishing

David Lamb

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Connecting to the End-User

Joseph Esposito

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Where to Find Growth in a Crowded Market

Michael Clarke

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Dataverse for Journals

Merce Crosas

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The New Republican Policy at the American Journal of Political Science

Bill Jacoby

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Improving the Openness, Integrity, and Reproducibility of Scientific Research

Sara Bowman

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Helping Journal Editors Establish Data Access and Research Transparency Practices

William Morgan

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Helping Journal Editors Establish Data Access & Research Transparency Practices – Discussion

William Morgan, Colin Elman, Sara Bowman, Bill Jacoby, Merce Crosas

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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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Altmetrics aren’t so alternative anymore: Moving new metrics into the mainstream

Todd Carpenter

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Beyond authorship

Amy Brand

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Transfer: Tracking Journals Moving Between Publishers

Heather Staines

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Reflections on Leadership and Success-Intro

Howard Ratner

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Keynote: Top 10

Jennifer Lawton

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Where are all the Users Going?…

Sarah Tegen

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Where are all the Users Going? The Impact of Sharing Platforms on Stickiness of Publishers’ Websites – Discussion

Sarah Tegen, Alicia Wise, Kent Anderson

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Why Can’t I Find my Content in the Library’s Discovery Service?

Bruce Heterick

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Discovery Systems and Contect Neutrality

Amira Aaron

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The NISO Open Discovery Initiative

Laura Morse

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Why Can’t I Find my Content in the Library’s Discovery Service?

Susan Stearns

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Why Can’t I Find my Content in the Library’s Discovery Service? – Discussion

Susan Stearns, Laura Morse, Amira Aaron, Bruce Heterick

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Accessing Usability

Toby Plewak

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What do young members really want?

Trina Cody

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How Much Does it Cost?” versus “What are you Getting for/doing with the Money?

Dan Morgan

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The Value Proposition

Rebecca Kennison

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How Much Does it Cost

Peter Binfield

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The Reckoning: Analysis of Wellcome Trust OA spend 2013-14

Robert Kiley

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How can the “swing trench” inform OA publishing? – Discussion

Robert Kiley, Peter Binfield, Rebecca Kennison, Dan Morgan

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The Challenges of Compliance Lessons from across the pond

Rob Johnson

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The Challenges of Compliance

Roy Kaufman

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The Challenges of Compliance The Academic Perspective

Judith Russell

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The Challenges of Compliance

David Crotty

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