Friends, Foes or Frenemies? – Robert Harington

Robert Harington
Associate Executive Director, American Mathematical Society

Friends, Foes or Frenemies? – Danny Kingsley

Danny Kingsley
Head of Scholarly Communication, University of Cambridge

Friends, Foes or Frenemies? – Mark Thorley

Mark Thorley
Head of Science Information, Natural Environment

Friends, Foes or Frenemies? – Alexander Ross

Alexander Ross
Partner, Wiggin LLP

Friends, Foes or Frenemies – Panel Discussion

Rick Anderson, Robert Harington, Danny Kingsley, Mark Thorley & Alexander Ross

The Publishing Cookbook – Kent Anderson

Kent Anderson
CEO, Redlink and Founder, The Scholarly Kitchen

Access Management for the 21st Century – Tasha Mellins-Cohen

Tasha Mellins-Cohen
Director of Product Development, HighWire Press

Publishing & Access – Q&A

Kent Anderson & Tasha Mellins-Cohen

Giving Readers What They Want – Jacob Wilcock

Jacob Wilcock
Director of Publishing and Business Development, Atypon

The Rise of the User – Jan Reichelt

Jan Reichelt
Co-founder, Mendeley

Workshop A Feedback

Lorraine Ellery Matthews
Proprietor, Ellery Matthews Consulting

Workshop B Feedback

Felix Evert
Managing Director, Sample of Science

Workshop C Feedback

Richard Fisher
Something Understood Scholarly Communication

Workshop D Feedback

Anna Clements
Assistant Director Library Services, University of St Andrews

Workshop E Feedback

Phill Jones
Director of Publishing Innovation, Digital Science

Summary & Closing – Mark Carden

Mark Carden
Managing Consultant, Mosaic Search & Selection

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Keynote: Open Access, Impact Factors, and other Animals: My First Year

Christopher Jackson

Welcome, Introduce Fellows

Martin Fenner

Research Enablement Metrics – Assessing the Impact of Being Willing to Share

David Eichmann

Putting oa in researcher workflows with oaDOI

Jason Priem

Complexities in Open Acess Discovery Interfaces-Supporting user expectations and stakeholder needs in the web of science

Michael Habib

Scholarship in the Global South and the Open Access: a study of India

Harinder Pal Singh Kalra

Nurturing indigenous capacities for culture-centric innovations: a cross-sectional study

Nashon Adero

Bringing collaboration to reading and peer review

André Gaul

Idea winners from last year


Keynote: Access to scholarly knowledge for common causes: a Latin American context

Diego Gomez

(GO)FAIR–Annotations as Research Objects: Ensuring Findable, Indexable, Accessible and Reusable

Heather Staines, Francesca Di Donato, Jennifer Lin, and Maryann Martone

Status of Open Access in Taiwan

Chen-Yi Tu

Making Open Citations work

Stephanie Dawson

The Open Access Strategy for Berlin

Christina Riesenweber

OpenCitations: structured open citation data as a part of the Commons

Silvio Peroni

FDMentor – Solutions and Guidelines for Universities

Kerstin Helbig

Are we ready for a Scholarly Commons?

Maryann Martone, Fiona Murphy, Bianca Kramer, Jeroen Boseman, Daniel O’Donnel, Ian Bruno, Chris Chapman, Bastien Greshake, Robin Champieux, and Nate Jacobs

How much Open Access is there in Berlin?

Michaela Voigt and Christian Winterhalter

Unlocking references from the literature: The Initiative for Open Citations

Dario Taraborelli

Reproducible scientific workflows & Machine-actionable data management plans

Tomasz Miksa

Improve interoperability across publisher platforms: a legal view

Giulia Dore

Sharing Factual Knowledge from Research in Film and Media Studies by using the Structured Knowledge Base Wikidata

Claudia Müller-Birn, Adelheid Heftberger, Jackob Höper, and Niels-Oliver Walkowski

Machine accessibility of open access scientific publications from publisher systems via resource sync

Petr Knoth

Aggregating research papers from publishers systems to support text and data mining

Nancy Pontica

Putting oa in researcher workflows with oaDOI

Jason Priem

Translating Open Science ideals to actions for scientists

Xiaoli Chen, Robin Dasler, Suenje Dallmeier-Tiessen, and Sebastian Feger

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

Jason Priem, Heather Piwowar, and Michael Habib

Research innovations and open science practices in Eastern Europe

Aliaksandr Birukou, Eleonora Dagiene, and Martin Fenner

Keynote: Outside the academy: DIY science communities

Lucy Patterson

Metadata 2020: Advancing the Maturity Model

Ginny Hendricks, Cameron Neylon, and John Chodacki

ASK us (almost) anything

Christina Riesenweber and Martin fenner

0302-Q and A

Dario Taraborelli Silvio Peroni Stephanie Dawson

Closing panel


Reflections after 20 years of working in open infrastructure – Rachel Bruce

Rachel Bruce
Head of Open Research, UKRI

Essential Open Source Software for Science – Dario Taraborelli

Dario Taraborelli
Science Officer, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative

Societies in the same space: collaboration, competition or merger?

Dr Mark Downs
Chief Executive, Royal Society of Biology

An Institutional Perspective to Rescue Scholarly Orphans – Martin Klein

Martin Klein
Scientist, Research Library, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Pathways to Open Access: UC’s big-tent approach to transforming scholarly comms – Günter Waibel

Günter Waibel
Associate Vice Provost & Executive Director, California Digital Library

Tax is taxing – understanding and avoiding the latest pitfalls

Helena Wilkinson
Partner & Head of Charities and Not for Profit, Price Bailey Chartered Accountants

Building revenue and investment strategies: tips and tricks

Grant Wilson
Chief Investment Officer, Asset Risk Consultants

A new open data badge – Rebecca Pearce

Rebecca Pearce
Springer Nature / BMC

Who or what are universities for: Reflections on the communication & use of science- Lesley McAra

Lesley McAra
Director of Edinburg

Panel discussion

Modelling publishing revenues: what happens to Societies when margins are squeezed?

Tasha Mellins-Cohen
Director of Publishing, Microbiology Society

Publication partners: how to strike up effective working relationships

Simon Beale
SVP, Research Customer & Revenue, John Wiley and Sons

Annotation for transparent inquiry – Sebastian Karcher

Sebastian Karcher
Qualitative Data Repository (QDR)

Libero Publisher: An update and demo of the modular, open-source publishing – Jennifer McLennan

Jennifer McLennan
Head of External Relations, eLife

Next steps for CRediT implementation in universities – Tanita Casci

Tanita Casci
Head of Research Policy, University of Glasgow

Using open competitions to drive innovation and collaboration – Ian Mulvany

Ian Mulvany
SAGE Publishing

Data usage, citation, sharing and metrics – Panel Discussion

Catriona MacCallum, Hindawi; Daniella Lowenberg, California Digital Library; Helena Cousijn, DataCite; John Chodacki, California Digital Library (moderator); Martin Fenner, DataCite; Rachael Lammey, Crossref

The changing landscape of journal tenders

Simon Inger
Principal Consultant, Renew Publishing Consultants

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

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

Panel discussion

Code publication and peer review – Erika Pastrana

Erika Pastrana
Editorial Director, Springer Nature—Nature Research

Responsible metrics – what’s the state of the art? – Elizabeth Gadd

Elizabeth Gadd
Loughborough University

Stronger together: a single open dataset to map every facet of global research – Jason Priem

Jason Priem
Our Research

Final comments and take-home messages

Simon Inger
Principal Consultant, Renew Publishing Consultants

The Journal of Open Source Software: when collaborative open source meets peer review- Arfon Smith

Arfon Smith
Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Open Source Software. Head, Data Science Mission Office

Perpetual Access Machines: Archiving Web-Published Scholarship at Scale – Jefferson Bailey

Jefferson Bailey
Director, Web Archiving & Data Services, Internet Archive

COCI, the OpenCitations Index of Crossref open DOI-to-DOI citations – Ivan Heibi

Ivan Heibi, Silvio Peroni, David Shotton
University of Bologna,

Citations – how open do we want them? – Panel Discussion

Dominika Tkaczyk, Crossref; Ivan Heibi, Open Citations; Shelley Stall, American Geophysical Union; Kathleen Shearer, Coalition of Open Access Repositories; Richard Jefferson


Simon Inger
Principal Consultant, Renew Publishing Consultants

Building a members-driven organisation: using the right systems to analyse and deliver what your membership want

Dan Heffernan
Vice-President & Chief Product Manager, Advantage CS

Approaches to member engagement: it’s a two way street

Lynne Miller
Managing Director, TBI Communications

Developing and delivering an effective professional development programme

Jonathan Norman
Knowledge Manager, Major Projects Knowledge Hub & Community Strategy and Management Consultant, I-Publishing Consultants

Panel discussion

Selecting the board members that can help you to drive forward your organisation

Sue Evans
Director, Sevan Refreshing People Ltd & Past-President of PPMA

The challenges of recruiting and retaining staff in the not-for-profit environment

Steve Othen
Head of HR and Projects, Recruitment and Employment Confederation

Overcoming ‘Imposter Syndrome’ in your Society

Chris Kettle
Entrepeneur Development Manager, Natwest

Panel discussion

Rigour and Openness 2013 – Opening Keynote: Sir Mark Walport

Sir Mark Walport
Chief Scientific Advisor to HM Government

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SSP APE 2018 Pre-Conference, Keynote: “Scholarly Publishing in the Future”

Dr. Michiel Kolman
President, International Publishers Association (IPA), Geneva

Open Innovation – Will Hutton

Will Hutton
Principal, Hertford college

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Eefke Smit
Director, Standards and Technology, STM Association

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Opening remarks

Dr. Michiel Kolman
President, International Publishers Association (IPA), Geneva

Open Innovation – Birgitte Andersen

Birgitte Andersen
Big Innovation Centre

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


Prof. Dr. Martin Grötschel
President, Berlin Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Berlin

Open Innovation – Chas Bountra

Prof Chas Bountra
Oxford Structural Genomics Consortium

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Open Science – the new Paradigm for Research and Education

Prof. Dr-Ing. Dr. Sabine Kunst
President, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin

Rigour and Openness 2013 – Keynote: Minister David Willetts

David Willetts
MP for Havant, Minister for Universities and Science

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The UK, Europe and Scholarly Publishing: Funders, Authors, Employers and Publishers

David Sweeney
Director Research and Knowledge Exchange at HEFCE, Executive Chair Designate of ‘Research England’

Open Innovation – Kaitlin Thaney

Kaitlin Thaney
Digital Science

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