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Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Livestream from APE 2014 - Academic Publishing in Europe Conference, Berlin, DE

Martijn Roelandse [Senior Editor at Springer Science+Business Media] has organized a live stream from the #APE2014. Now also available at Youtube ...

Day 1



For details see APE 2014 Program 1st Day [or our program posting here ]

Updated: (30-Jan-2014)
Day 2 (complete recording is not available)



For details see APE 2014 Program 2nd Day

Friday, January 10, 2014

APE 2014 - Academic Publishing in Europe Conference, Berlin, DE - January 28/29, 2014

#Academic_Publishing #Access #Big_data #CHORUS #Collaboration #Curating #Dotcoms_2_watch #Educational_Publishing #Excellence_in_Publishing #Excellence_in_Research #Future_of_Article #Innovation #Library #Linked_Data #Metrics, #OA #Open_Linked_Data #Permanent Access #Policies #Politics  #Preservation #Publishing_Data #Scholarly_Publishing (and so much more to learn and share) ...


Preliminary program for Tuesday, 28 January 2014 (Status 08 January 2014)

Tuesday, January 08, 2013

Event: APE 2013 Conference, January 28 - 30, Berlin


The 8th Academic Publishing Conference Europe is just three weeks away, time to decide to take part and make reservations accordingly. The illustrious and distinguished program committee has chosen the motto 'The Funding of Publishing. Changes and Consequences for Science and Society' - the lowest common denominator they could agree on, it shows the handwriting of the publishers group and it doesn't sound dialogical at all. [That's my version, anyway]

My favorite theme would have been, 'Rethinking and Building the new interface between the science community and the public(s)', but you can't always carve it yourself.

see Science, New Media, and the Public, by Dominique Brossard, Dietram A. Scheufele

Like in the previous years there is a
Pre-Conference on Monday, January 28, 2013


Education & Training Course for Publishers, Information Specialists, Librarians and Students
Organized by Regine Reincke (Springer, Dordrecht), Bas Straub (Elsevier Science, Amsterdam) and Arnoud de Kemp

Updates, Exchange of Experiences on

  • How to use Social Media? - Tina Harseim (Springer Science + Business Media)
  • The Impact of the Long Tail - Felix Evert (De Gruyter)
  • The End of the Document? with Richard Padley (Semantico), Roswitha Nottebaum (Aries), Stefan Gradmann, HU Berlin), Michael Dreusicke (PAUX Technologies) moderated by Arnoud de Kemp
  • Alternative Metrics. The End of the Impact Factor as we know it? - Martijn Roelandse (Springer, Dordrecht)
  • The Funding of Publishing: where the Money might come from? - Antje Kellersohn, Director, (UB-Freiburg)


Full program Pre-APE 2013


Main Conference January 29 - 30, 2013

Keynotes: The Funding of Publishing

Open Access: The German Research System in Transition Process
Karl Ulrich Mayer (Wissenschaftsgemeinschaft Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz e.V.)

Accessibility, Sustainability, Excellence: the UK Approach
Dame Janet Finch (Uni Manchester)

Implementing Open Access in UK Universities
Adam Tickel (Uni Birmingham)


Overviews
- chaired by H. Frederick Dylla (AIP - American Institute of Physics)

The Future of Scholarly Communication: US Efforts to Bring Warring Factions to Common Purpose in Support of Scholarship
John Vaughn (AAU - Association of American Universities, Scholarly Publishing Roundtable)

Improving Access to U.S. Department of Energy R&D Results - Agency/Publisher Collaboration
Walter Warnick /OSTI - Office of Scientific and Technical Information)

Researching Green Open Access: the EU-funded PEER Project (2008-12)
Michael Mabe (STM Association)


Breakup Session: Research Data
- chaired by Jan Brase (DataCite, TIB-Hannover) 

Source Data - Towards Next Generation Open Access
Thomas Lemberger (Molecular Systems Biology, EMBO, Heidelberg)

Data Citation Index
Nigel Robinson (Thomson Reuters)

The Discovery of the Higgs(-like) Boson at CERN: Physics and Publishing
Salvatore Mele (CERN)

The APE 2013 Guest Lecture

The Importance of Society and Industry Relationships for Scientific Publishing
Wolfram Koch (GDCh)

Session: Innovations

Open Science and New apps for Open Sharing
Eefke Smit (STM)

Open Data at GigaScience and BioMed Central
Iain Hrynaszkiewicz (BioMed Central & GigaScience, London)

Innovations for Open Sharing at eLife
Ian Mulvany (eLife)

Innovations in Open Peer Review and Data Sharing
Rebecca Lawrence (F1000 Research)

How to make Sharing easy for Researchers, will Publishers become redundant?
Victor Henning (Mendeley)


Session: New Business Models & Enabling Technologies

The usage-driven Decade. How ‘Patron Driven Acquisition (PDA)’ changes Scholarly Publishing
Katrin Siems (De Gruyter)

Innovative Collection Development with PDA in the TU Delft Library
Zofia Brinkman Dzwig (TU-Delft)

Improving Research Efficiency through User and Content Fingerprinting
Kevin Cohn (Atypon)

Luxid® Community - An Online Platform for Collaborative Semantics
Stefan Geißler (TEMIS)

Session: Open Books

Full Program APE 2013 here

There are still some vacancies available. To reserve your place now go to Registration

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Implementing a B2B Content Strategy: Consider How

By Valerian Maltoni on ConversationAgent

Why does Valerian say, she wrote the post with a focus (unfocused) on B2B Content Marketer? I don't know, the advice applies to any story-writing, story-telling person on earth [and in heaven]. But maybe, she wants to remind B2B that even B2B is a people business!?

Valerian passes along the advice of Dan Heath and Chip Heath 'Made to Stick' summarized [Book Summary by Johann D'Haeseleer]


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via lucianop more Book Summary from lucianop at Litemind

and adds some advise on what, where and how to write; characters, engagement and interaction and finally how to get the story to [into the heart of] the [B2B] people ... read her story / more

P.S.
Can you imagine how most of our B2B Content Marketer Stories would look like on a mind-map like this?

Monday, November 02, 2009

A Johnny Holland TV Feature: Drawing Your Ideas and Concept - a Primer (29:20)

In this interview Mark Baskinger talks about drawing ideas and shares his thoughts about the differences between an industrial designers and an interaction designers and how you can improve sketching to communicate more effective and more convincing



from Johnny Holland - It's all about interaction

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Die VDZ Zeitschriften Akademie will Verlage für's Digitale Geschäft fit machen

Wer noch überlegt, ob und wie man das Digitale Business anpacken könnte ... sollte vielleicht eines oder mehrere dieser Seminare buchen:

So entwickeln Verlage effektiv und erfolgreich digitale Produkte
mit Michael Geffken und Marco Olavarria
- 21. Oktober 2009 in München

Erfolgreicher Online Verkauf - mit den richtigen Instrumenten  Geld verdienen
mit Thomas Szász und Volker Zanetti
- 30. Oktober 2009 in Frankfurt

Mehrwert für den Nutzer schaffen - perfekte Texte und passende Formate für das Internet
mit Axel Burkert und Michael Geffken
- 5. November 2009 in Stuttgart

Erfolg durch Suchmaschinen-Optimierung und Suchmaschinen-Marketing
mit Michael Geffken und Peter Schink
- 18. November 2009 in München

Community Management : Wie man Zeitschriften-Communities am besten organisiert und betreut
mit Michael Geffken, Thomas H. Kasper und Ulrike Rostan
- 25. November 2009 in Berlin

So organisieren Sie Ihre Crossmedia-Redaktion
mit Michael Geffken, Daniela von Heyl und Jens Löbbe
- 2. Dezember 2009 in München

Das Gesamtprogramm der VDZ Zeitschriftenakademie gibt es hier

P.S.
Werbung in eigener Sache
Wenn Sie schon wissen wo Sie hin wollen und dort auch ankommen wollen, können Sie gerne bei mir anklingeln!

Saturday, August 01, 2009

Europäischer Sozialfond für Ausbildung + Arbeitsplätze: Axel Springer & Gruner+Jahr finanzieren damit Projekte in Polen

Heute berichtet new-business.de dass Axel Springer und Gruner+Jahr zwei Weiterbildungsprojekte in Polen mit Unterstützung aus dem Europäischen Sozialfonds der EU finanzieren werden. Mehr

Axel Springer Polska
für ihr Schulungs-Projekt 'look@future' in dem Mitarbeiter in allen Unternehmensbereichen in Sachen Digitalisierung unterrichten und weitergebildet werden sollen [Förderung 2,05 Mio. PLZ, rd. 500.000 EUR]

Gruner+Jahr Polska
für die geplante G+J Academy (ab Oktober 09) für die Weiterbildung ihrer Mitarbeiter [Förderung 2,6 Mio. PLZ, rd. 625.000 EUR]

Wir hatten uns vor ein paar Jahren schon einmal für ein Projekt in Polen in Kooperation mit dem Verlegerverband [Izba Wydawcow Prasy] um eine EU Förderung bemüht, allerdings ist das Projekt damals mangels widersprüchlicher Interesse nicht realisiert worden. Die Startseite des European Social Fund (ESF) - dort entsprechende Länderseite anklicken und sich dort über Prioritäten im Land, Mittel und Kontakt informieren !

Die Maßnahmen werden in den einzelnen Ländern / Regionen geplant und verwaltet. In vielen Töpfen ist noch Geld und besonders für die Maßnahmen in MOE und SEO Ländern lohnt es sich genauer nachzufragen.

via twitter @vumax

Wednesday, July 01, 2009

The YouTube Reporters' Center

On the YouTube Reporters Center leading journalists explaining in How-to Video the secrets of good reporting.

How to conduct a good interview
from CBS News anchor Katie Couric



How to report from a crisis area without getting shot
from New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof

The role of citizen reporters
by Arianna Huffington

and other practical subjects such as how to fact check stories, avoid breaking the law while reporting and adhering to journalistic principles ...

The channel offers already more than 30 video clips, and more than 65.000 views. Check it out!

via Online Journalism News

Monday, March 23, 2009

Essential Multimedia Tutorials and Resources for D.I.Y. Training

Great collection by Mark S. Luckie on 10,000 Words ... make sure you check them out here

Some Appetizer:

Knight Digital Media Center
Tutorials on Video, Audio, Photography, Web design, Flash, Multimedia storytelling, Mashups (F.O.C.)

J-Learning
Tutorials on Web design, Video, Audio, Graphic Design, SWiSHmax, Blogging, Photography, Databases (F.O.C.)

News University
Tutorials on journalism fundamentals, multimedia storytelling and social networking

Teaching Online Journalism/Mindy McAdams

Big collection of tutorials incl. many online tools and multimedia software (F.O.C.)

Media College
Tutorials on Video, Audio, Photography, Graphic design, Web design, Flash, Photoshop, etc. (F.O.C.)

more, a lot more

Thursday, February 12, 2009

VDZ Expertenforum: Get in Touch with Mobile Media

am 20. - 21. April 2009 in Berlin. Veranstalter ist die Zeitschriften Akademie des VDZs.

Die Themen

- Die beste [Mobile Media] Beispiele aus Europa und Asien

- Empfehlungen für Mobile Strategien

- Erfolgreiche Mobile Geschäftsmodelle

- Zukunftstrends mobiler Dienste

für Verlage / Medienunternehmen in Deutschland.

Die meisten der genannten Referenten sind mir persönlich bisher nicht durch besonders innovative Ideen und erfolgreiche Angebote auf dem deutschen Medienmarkt aufgefallen und vielleicht hätte ein Forum unter dem Titel

'Get in Touch with you Reader / Users via Mobile'

hätte vielleicht besser in die Landschaft gepasst, aber immerhin. Hier gibts die Informationen.

Monday, October 20, 2008

Fachbücher: Information, Kommunikation, Buch- und Verlagswesen

Zur 60. Buchmesse gab es das Verzeichnis zur ILC Fachbuchausstellung (zum ersten Mal) als ePaper und nicht auf als pPaper. Eine nützliche Sammlung (mit jährlichem Update) zur Fachliteratur zu

- Medien und Kommunikation
- Wissenschaft und Forschung, Hochschulen
- Information und Dokumentation (IuD)
- Recht
- Elektronisches Publizieren
- Bibliothekswesen, Bibliotheken
- Bibliotheksorganisation
- Virtuelle Bibliothek, Digital Library
- Medienbearbeitung
- Mediennutzung
- Bestandserhaltung
- Datenverarbeitung
- Buch und Schrift
- Buchhandel und Verlagswesen
- Museen und Archive
- Beruf, Ausbildung, Fortbildung


Download Link (PDF)

die man - da war wohl jemand zu vorsichtig und zu stark einer alten Lesetradition verhaftet - allerdings nur lesen, ausdrucken und bei Bedarf merken und abschreiben darf. Es sei denn, man hat oder knackt das Master-Keyword und/oder man jagt die Images (allerdings 137 seiten) über einen OCR Reader. Und für Leute, die noch mit einer Acrobat Vollversion 5.0 arbeiten, geht gleich gar nichts ...

Liebe Leute von ILC und Uni Frankfurt,
Liebe Hiltrud Wilfert,
für alle, die sich PDFs grundsätzlich ausdrucken und bei Bedarf den Autor, Titel, ISBN Nummer, usw. wieder in den Computer hämmern, mag das ja o.k. sein ein solchermaßen geschütztes PDF-Dokument bereitzustellen... für eine Online only Nutzung und Bearbeitung ist das aber nur ächzend!

Ihr Hugo E. Martin

Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Workshop: Fachmedien & Web 2.0 (Part 1)

Preparing the editorial part ...

By now I expect that every one in the editorial office 'knows' something about Social Media and can (maybe) explain the chances and risks involved to their colleges, bosses and peers. What you think?

To survive We Need Better Prepared Journalists (and Manager)

So my intro in 'Social Media for editorial' is not about Social Media, but the tasks and needs people see and want to improve their standing and relation with their user / customers. And if all are to satisfied with what the have achieved already, I steer up some 'uncertainty' by asking. (I feel comfortable with this, as I do have some background on traditional publishing, too.)

Content
(btw., I hate this word content and content provider used for qJournalism and qJournalists)

Is it only me? I argue that almost all business publications today are much slimmer (in pages, sometimes also in size) than before. O.k. one reason is less advertising, but also on the editorial site it 'feels' like.

Do people need less news, information, and ideas today? Unlikely. Where do they get it from and how, when, how often...? What is the tooling time for them to find, get and organize this information? How much time and effort does it cost the person, team, company to access this information timely and how much does it cost if you, the team (only part of them) have this 'at hand' when you / they need this...?

Can you aggregate, what is out there? Provide means and tools to get this information on the desk of every one (or today on Screen) having a stake in a process?

Would your users' / customers' benefit if you shared your algorithm how to find, evaluate, format, store and retrieve information? And if not, is it not time to improve your 'skills' and 'routines'?

O.k. I don't want to reveal to much of how make this part of the session a useful one, but you learn more if you ask me and/or use our service as trainer or coach...

Next in editorial:
Feedback channel
Communication
Interaction
Win the community over (and why it is not your community), more

if we don't hear from editorial, I will start to teaser advertising / clienting

Why existing clients are your new prospects?
Tell me what your clients want to achieve.
What and Why do clients buy from you (and why not)?
more

Offer Your Users 'Free' Education (Video) e.g. Gone Phishing

for what they couldn't learn from their teacher and can't learn from their bosses. Don't be boring. Make your contribution entertaining (and easy to share / spread)!

E.g.: this Video Consumer Report WebWatch with 'Look Before You Click'



via The Blog Herald

Sunday, September 28, 2008

Verlage: Erfolgreich mit WebTV und Video

Die VDZ Zeitschriften Akademie (VDZ) organisiert für den 9. Oktober 08 in Hamburg ein Expertenforum unter dem Titel

Verlage in Bewegung –
Erfolgreich im Internet mit WebTV und Video

Die eingeladenen Experte von Diensten, Dienstandenkern und Dienstleister haben, so die Ankündigung, (nur) frohe Kunde zu vermelden

- Wie mit WebTV und Video Gewinne erwirtschaftet werden
- Wie erfolgreiche Bewegtbildwerbung funktioniert
- Erfolgsstories
- Wie der Nutzer richtig denkt und tickt
- Wo die Verlagbranche die Zukunft des Mediums suchen sollen

Information, Programm, ReferentInnen, Anmeldung

Saturday, April 05, 2008

The other site of 'Not Wasting Paper'

A disturbing look on us dumping eWast on the Poor ... with Michael Zhao at the Center on US-China Relation at the Asia Society



About the Asia Society
"The Asia Society, a nonprofit, nonpartisan educational organization, dedicated to preparing Asians and Americans for a shared future - strengthening relationships, increasing knowledge and deepening understanding among all the peoples of Asia and the United States. Founded in 1956 by John D. Rockefeller 3rd, the Society reaches audiences around the world through its headquarters in New York and centers in Houston, L.A., San Francisco, Washington DC, Hong Kong, Manila, Melbourne, Mumbai and Shanghai ..."

via my college Colin Crawford from IDG
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