Freitag, Januar 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)

Welcome and Opening: "Redefining the Scientific Record"
Dr. Elisabeth Niggemann, Director General, Deutsche Nationalbibliothek, Leipzig und Frankfurt am Main
Sander Dekker, State Secretary, Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, The Hague, The Netherlands
Can Creators and Curators Redefine the Scientific Record?
Professor Dr. David Black, Secretary General of ICSU (International Council for Science), Paris, and Chair of Organic Chemistry, University of New South Wales, Sydney

The Future of Academic Publishing: The Chemists' Point of View
Professor Dr. Wolfram Koch,Executive Director, German Chemical Society (GDCh), Frankfurt am Main

CHORUS: A Solution for Public Access
Dr. H. Frederick Dylla, Executive Director and CEO, American Institute of Physics, College Park, MD
Big Data: Researchers' Perspectives on Hype, Challenges, Opportunities and Imperatives
Chair: Jon Treadway, Senior Analyst, Science & Scholarly,Holtzbrinck Publishing Group, London

Big Data and International Scientific Collaboration: Challenges and Opportunities
Dr. Simon Hodson, Executive Director CODATA (ICSU Committee on Data for Science and Technology), Paris (accepted provisionally)
Publishing Large BioImage Datasets with Bio-Formats and OMERO: A Report from the Real World
Dr. Jason Swedlow, Professor of Quantitative Cell Biology, University of Dundee and President, Glencoe Software (confirmed)
All about Metrics Session
Chair: Mayur Amin, Senior Vice President of Research, Elsevier, Oxford
Altmetrics - building a broader Picture of Impact
Dr. Paul Groth, Assistant Professor, Knowledge Representation & Reasoning Group, Department of Computer Science & the Network Institute, Free University of Amsterdam
Altmetrics - from Hype to Opportunity (Mike Taylor goes beyond the noise to present seven distinct uses for Altmetrics)
Mike Taylor, Technology Research Specialist, Elsevier Labs, Oxford
The 'Finch Report' and the Transition to OA: Long Term Monitoring of Progress
Michael Jubb, Executive Director, Research Information Network (RIN), London
APE Lecture Guest Lecture
Professor Dr. Bernhard Sabel, Editor-in-Chief, "Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience", Medical Faculty, Otto-v.-Guericke Universität Magdeburg

Preliminary program Wednesday, 29 January 2014 (Status 08 January 2014)

Wake-up Session: The Future of the Article
Moderation: Richard Paisley, Managing Director, Semantico, Brighton
Chair: Drs. Eefke Smit, Director, Standards and Technology, STM, The Hague

Permanent Access to the Record of Science
Chair: Marcel Ras, Program Manager of the Netherlands Coalition for Digital Preservation (NCDD), The Hague
The problem. An introduction to Preservation, Trust and Continuing Access for eJournals
Neil Beagrie, Director, Charles Beagrie Limited, Salisbury
The Library
Paul Ayris, Director, UCL Library Services and President of LIBER, London
The Publisher. Remaining Future-proof: Publishers and Digital Preservation
Drs. Eefke Smit, Director, Standards and Technology, STM, The Hague
The Archivist. Ensuring the Scholarly Record is kept safe: measured Progress with Serials
Peter Burnhill, Director of EDINA and Head of Edinburgh University Data Library, Edinburgh
Who is scared of publishing Data?
Chair: Jan Brase, Head of DataCite, President ICSTI, German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB), Hannover
Connecting Data and Articles: Building a one-for-all Solution
Dr. Hylke Koers, Content Innovation Manager, Elsevier, Amsterdam
The Earth System Science Data (ESSD) Experience
Dr. Hans Pfeiffenberger, Alfred Wegener Institute, Bremerhaven
David Sweeney, Director (Research, Innovation & Skills), Higher Education Funding Council of England (HEFCE), London
The APE 2014 closing Panel:
Publishing and Preserving Excellence in Research
Chair: Dr. Bernd Pulverer, Head, Scientific Publications European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO), Heidelberg u.a.

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Fancy the Pre-Conference on January 27, 2014

I. Scholarly Publishing as seen by the Academic Community
How Science Thinks
Professor Dr. James E. Evans, Dept. of Sociology, University of Chicago

The Case of the missing Research Resources
Dr. Anita Bandrowski, Project Lead, Neuroscience Information Framework (UCSD), University of California at San Diego
The Funders will decide
Anthony Watkinson, CIBER Research Ltd., Newbury
II. Analytics
The Impact Factor is no longer the only known and used metric for measuring research success. Some new initiatives:
Altmetrics in Practice: How are Publishers using them now? How should they use them?
Euan Adie, Founder of Altmetric, London
New Pathway for Scientometric Research at CWTS
Dr. E. C. M. (Ed) Noijons, Centre for Science and Technology Studies, Leiden University, Leiden
III. Fragmentation of the Publishing Process: "New Kids on the Block"
Do specialists - in part - taking over the role of the publishers?
Portable Peer-Review
Dr. Pete Binfield, Co-Founder and Publisher, PeerJ, San Francisco and London
A new Look at Peer-Review
Andrew Preston, Co-Founder and CEO, Publons, Wellington
The Opportunity between Labbook and Submission; helping Researchers become Authors
Benjamin Shaw, COO, Edanz Group Global Limited, Beijing
Old dogs with new tricks. Or How established Players can evolve in a Changing Marketplace
Dr. Ann Lawson, Senior Director, Publisher Relations and EBSCOAdvantage Europe, Oxford