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  • Copyright: Still Encouraging Learning

    Tuesday10:00 - 11:0014 Mar 2017

    The Faculty

    This seminar was programmed by Cambridge University Press. Copyright was originally established to “encourage learning”. Some three hundred years on, it continu...

    • Language: English

  • Connecting Readers to Content and Keeping their Interest

    Tuesday11:30 - 12:3014 Mar 2017

    The Faculty

    This seminar was programmed by Ingenta. Readers are inundated with content and often struggle to get their hands on what they need. For publishers trying to co...

    • Language: English

  • Journal Sales Strategies for Smaller Academic Publishers

    Tuesday13:00 - 14:0014 Mar 2017

    The Faculty

    This seminar was programmed by the ALPSP. How can a smaller publisher develop a strategy to ensure they can grow sales in all market segments? There’s a bafflin...

    • Language: English

  • Checking in on the Road to Digital Transformation

    Tuesday14:30 - 15:3014 Mar 2017

    The Faculty

    This seminar was programmed by the Copyright Clearance Center. By 2020, Gartner estimates 75% of businesses will be digital or have digital business transforma...

    • Language: English

  • Shaping the Story: How New Technologies are Bringing About the Next Chapter in Academic Book Publishing

    Tuesday16:00 - 17:0014 Mar 2017

    The Faculty

    This seminar was programmed by Taylor and Francis. In today’s publish-or-perish world, the book is in danger of losing yet more ground to the ubiquitous journa...

    • Language: English

  • Making Open Access Work for Scholarly Monographs

    Tuesday17:30 - 18:3014 Mar 2017

    The Faculty

    This seminar is programmed by fullstopp GmbH. Open Access has come a long way, yet it didn't advantage all formats of scholarly communication equally. Journal ...

    • Language: English

  • Careers in Academic Publishing: Developing and Enhancing Skills and Experience

    Wednesday10:00 - 11:0015 Mar 2017

    The Faculty

    This seminar is programmed by the STM Association. This panel session, featuring members of The STM Association’s Early Career Publishing Committee will explor...

    • Language: English

  • How to Enhance Value: Revenue and Content Models of the Future

    Wednesday11:30 - 12:3015 Mar 2017

    The Faculty

    This seminar is programmed by Ingenta. Engagement, audience, and revenue are all major challenges for scholarly journal publishers. As content proliferates in ...

    • Language: English

  • The Academic Book of the Future: Policy and Practice Findings

    Wednesday13:00 - 14:0015 Mar 2017

    The Faculty

    This seminar is programmed by the ALPSP. The Academic Book of the Future project (ABOTF) was funded by the AHRC in collaboration with the British Library, and l...

    • Language: English

  • Getting Inside the User’s Mind: Ethnography and How It Can Help You Develop Better Products

    Wednesday14:30 - 15:3015 Mar 2017

    The Faculty

    This seminar is programmed by the ALPSP. Changing demographics, technology, and cultural expectations have disrupted traditional ways of delivering content in ...

    • Language: English

  • The Winning Move for Open Access

    Wednesday16:00 - 17:0015 Mar 2017

    The Faculty

    This seminar is programmed by the Copyright Clearance Center. In the dynamic Open Access (OA) publishing environment, nothing stands for long.  The Gold Road m...

    • Language: English

  • Is There a Place for Independent Publishing in the Academic World?

    Wednesday17:30 - 18:3015 Mar 2017

    The Faculty

    This seminar is programmed by Glasstree. In the trade book publishing sector, the emergence of independent publishing is perhaps the single most disruptive tre...

    • Language: English

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