The mechanics and reality of open access
Tuesday 13 May, 2014 (full day)
Royal College of Pathologists, 2 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AF
Chair: Michael Jubb, Research Information Network
Speakers: Liz Ferguson, Victoria Gardner, Phil Hurst, John Norman, Neil Jacobs, Nicola Gulley, Kathryn Spiller and Hazel Newton
Open Access is very much in the news – this seminar looks at the practicalities of implementing OA policy for both STM and HSS publishing.
The hybrid model is now under increasing scrutiny – what are the challenges facing publishers, librarians and funders? Global OA policies have increasing granular focus – what does this mean for workflows, processes and standardisation of data? How do hybrid and gold OA publishing differ when it comes to marketing products and services? What are the issues surrounding APC collection systems? Join our expert speakers to discuss these and other questions.
See http://www.alpsp.org/Ebusiness/ProductCatalog/1405MRO.aspx?ID=395 for full details and to book your place.
0945 Registration and coffee
1005 The OA Landscape – an overview
Michael Jubb, Director, Research Information Network
1035 The challenges of hybrid STM and HSS Open Access programmes and the transition from hybrid to full Open Access
Liz Ferguson, Publishing Solutions Director, Wiley-Blackwell
1130 Setting up internal policies: workflows, standardisation of data, when to hold publication and waivers
Victoria Gardner, Open Access Publisher, Taylor & Francis/Routledge
1200 Open Access business models
Phil Hurst, Publisher, The Royal Society
1315 Open Access: what does the librarian/customer community need?
John Norman, Director – Information Technologies and Applied Research in Educational Technologies, University of Cambridge.
1345 APC collection systems: the mechanics and the reality
Neil Jacobs, Programme Director, Digital Infrastructure, Jisc
1430 Marketing hybrid and Gold Open Access programmes: what’s the difference?
Caroline Sutton, Publisher, Co-Action Publishing
1500 Panel session with case studies – launching new Open Access journals
Nicola Gulley, Editorial Director, IOP Publishing
Kathryn Spiller, Head of Publishing, Society for Endocrinology
Hazel Newton, Head of Author Services, Open Research, Nature Publishing Group/Palgrave Macmillan
1600 Close with drinks and networking
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Registration Fees (including lunch)
ALPSP Member: £200.00 excl VAT (£240.00 incl VAT @ 20%);
Academic: £220.00 excl VAT (£264.00 incl VAT @ 20%);
Non-Member: £335.00 excl VAT (£402.00 incl VAT @ 20%)
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