Annual Conference 2009

STM Annual conference 2009
12 October 2009
Frankfurt, Germany
STM Annual Frankfurt Conference held at The Westin Grand Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany. STM - Surviving our Mid-Life Crisis: Forward from Forty. Mid-life crisis is a term coined in 1965 by Elliott Jaques and used in Western societies to describe a period of dramatic self-doubt that is felt by some individuals in the 'middle years' of life, as a result of sensing the passing of youth and the imminence of old age.

Research4Life – OARE working in Kenya

Introduced by Michael Mabe
CEO, STM
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Welcome & Opening

Jayne Marks
VP & Editorial Director, Sage Publications
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Keynote: Is Scientific Publishing About to be Disrupted?

Michael Nielsen
http://michaelnielsen.org/blog
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Introduction to panelists – E-Books: Publishing, Reading and Working – ‘Times they are a-Changin’

Panel Moderator: Robert Long
Wiley-Blackwell
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Thinking Outside the Book

Cynthia Cleto
Springer Science+Business Media
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E-books from the library perspective: Selection and Delivery

James Mouw
University of Chicago
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Panel: Questions & Answers

Robert Long, James Mouw, Cynthia Cleto & David Naggar
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What mid-life crisis? A Conversation with Derk Haank

Derk Haank, CEO, Springer Science+Business Media
David Worlock, Interviewer
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Update on the Chicago Collaborative – Bringing the Stakeholders Together

T. Scott Plutchak
University of Alabama, Birmingham
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RIN E-Journals Update

Dr. Ian Rowlands
University College, London
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