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  • Changes to the Industry and the University Press Crossover into Trade

    Tuesday10:00 - 11:0010 Mar 2020
    The Faculty

    Director of Academic at Virtusales Publishing Solutions, Mark Collins, will be joined by Simon Ross (Chief Executive) and John Normansell (Production Director) ...

    • Language: English

  • Building a Customer First Strategy: The Rise of Customer Insight in Academic & Scholarly Publishing

    Tuesday11:30 - 12:3010 Mar 2020
    The Faculty

    Customer insight is a term used frequently in consumer and trade markets. But many non-trade publishers face silos of data that don’t talk to each other - journ...

    • Language: English

  • The Never-ending Story of Pirates: Global Strategies to Combat Counterfeiting

    Tuesday14:30 - 15:3010 Mar 2020
    The Faculty

    Publishers’ strategies for combating content piracy have expanded and evolved over recent years in response to increasingly sophisticated counterfeiting techniq...

    • Language: English

  • Find the Right Combination: How Transformative Agreements Unlock Sustainable Open Access

    Tuesday16:00 - 17:0010 Mar 2020
    The Faculty

    For the transition to Open Access to be sustainable over time, publishers are forging new partnerships that will lead to frictionless, flexible, and scalable wo...

    • Language: English

  • Writing Rebellion: New Writing in a Digital Age

    Tuesday17:15 - 18:1510 Mar 2020
    The Faculty

    In an age when public political discourse is often degraded and cynical, readers are gravitating towards literary forms that acknowledge the complexity and valu...

    • Language: English

  • The Metadata Power Hour

    Wednesday10:00 - 11:0011 Mar 2020
    The Faculty

      Feel like you hear too much about metadata? Not enough? Find it confusing? Of vital importance? Yes to all of the above! In very practical ways, metadata has...

    • Language: English

  • A Common Lot and a Lot in Common: Publishers & Researchers Today

    Wednesday11:30 - 12:3011 Mar 2020
    The Faculty

    Researchers and publishers have much in common. Dr. Milka Kostic recently told the Scholarly Kitchen blog that both “want to make a difference – they want to ad...

    • Language: English

  • Get Fit for Licensing: Healthy Metadata and the EU Copyright Directive

    Wednesday13:00 - 14:0011 Mar 2020
    The Faculty

    Over the next two years, EU member states are required to adopt The Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market, which passed in 2019. Importantly for s...

    • Language: English

  • Selling Books to Students: Building the Next Generation of Book Buyers

    Wednesday14:30 - 15:3011 Mar 2020
    The Faculty

    Academic Book Week 2020 takes place 9th – 13th March, and coincides with London Book Fair. As part of the week’s activity, the Booksellers Association will brin...

    • Language: English

  • Audio Matters: The Future of Audiobooks for University Presses

    Wednesday16:00 - 17:0011 Mar 2020
    The Faculty

    Cambridge University Press and Princeton University Press have both introduced new audiobook pilots in the last year. With perspectives from two university pres...

    • Language: English

  • Publishing Education Showcase: University Publishing Courses’ Emerging Talent Share Research and Major Projects

    Thursday11:30 - 12:3012 Mar 2020
    The Faculty

    Presentations from Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students from Publishing Studies courses around the UK. Chaired by Dr Stevie Marsden, Lecturer in Publishing a...

    • Language: English

  • How a Mid Sized Publisher Held its Nerve to Create a Modern Digital Platform for 21st Century Scholarly Publishing

    Thursday13:00 - 14:0012 Mar 2020
    The Faculty

      In 2017, Yorkshire-based Emerald Publishing was faced with a choice. Stay on an existing, expensive and inflexible 3rd party content platform, or look elsewh...

    • Language: English

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