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2006 SSP 28th Annual Meeting


The realm of scholarly publishing is expanding! Globalization and innovative technologies offer new opportunities and responsibilities. How will we react?

Notable thinkers Marshall Keyes and David Scott and a slate of exciting panelists will guide us and help forecast the journey in the years to come.

A dramatic increase in the number of sessions ensures that all members of the scholarly publishing community-from small humanities societies to large commercial STM houses; from editors to technologists; from librarians to marketers-will find pertinent ideas to implement.

Seminars & Presentations

Access and Authorization,Part I.Access Models and the Future of Open Access Publishing —Do or Die,or Do and Die?
Speakers:David Charles, Institutional Sales and Licensing (Europe); John Cox, John Cox Associates, Ltd.; Sean O’Doherty, Berkeley Electronic Press; Margaret Reich, American Physiological Society; F. Hill Slowinski, American Society of Clinical Oncology; M. J. Tooey, University of Maryland (Baltimore) Health Sciences Libraries

The Art of Selling to Library Consortia
Speakers: Adrian Alexander, Greater Western Library Alliance; Rick Burke, Statewide California Electronic Library Consortium; Tina Feick, Swets Information Services; Melanie Schaffner, Project Muse

Benchmarking for the Small Publisher
Speakers:
 Alma Wills, Kaufman-Wills Group, Moderator; Patricia Bowers Hudson, Oxford University Press; Jim Donahue, American Institute of Physics; Jane Rea, EEI Communications; Jayne Sutton, EEI Communications

Access and Authorization,Part II.Authorization Methods for Online Access —What,Why and Who?
Speakers:
Lyn Norris, Eduserv Athens; Helen Henderson, Ringgold; Chad La Joie, Georgetown University; John Law, ProQuest Information and Learning

Authoring Tools
Speakers:
Kerry Kroffe, University of Chicago Press; John Long, American Society of Plant Biologists; David Murphy, Lippincott Williams & Wikins; Elizabeth Nolan, SPI Publisher Services; Bruce Rosenblum, Inera

Keynote:Chaotic Transitions:How Today ’s Trends Will Affect Tomorrow ’s Information Environment
Speaker: Marshall Keys, MDA Consulting

China Opening Up
Speakers:
 Adrian Stanley, The Charlesworth Group (USA), Moderator; Sally Morris, The Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers; Mark Robertson, Blackwell Publishing; Shuai Yan, Beijing Forestry University

New New Things —Trends to Watch n Professional Publishing
Speakers:
Bill Silberg, The Commonwealth Fund, Moderator; Kent Anderson, New England Journal of Medicine; Glenn McGee, The American Journal of Bioethics; Joy Moore, U.S. Academic Journals; Richard Newman, American Medical Association

Hanging Together in an Increasingly Complex Multi-Format Landscape
Speakers:
Alix Buffon Vance, Ebook Library, Moderator; Geoffrey Bilder, Scholarly Information Services; Cindy Hill, Sun Microsystems, Inc.; Roy Tennant, California Digital Library, University of California

Outsourcing —Where ’s the Future?
Speakers:
Andrea Powell, CABI Publishing, Moderator; Colin Davis, BMJ Publishing Group; Randy Kiefer, Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences; Joel Poznansky, ApexCoVantage

Marketing Your Content in a Micro-Segmented Online World
Speaker:
 David Meerman Scott, Freshspot Marketing

Marketing in the New Economy
Speakers:
 Alma Wills, Kaufman-Wills Group, Moderator; Nancy Collins, Medical Practice Management; Colleen McCarthy, Wall Street Journal Online; Greg Urquhart, Nature

Post-Publication Evaluation: Impact Factors and Beyond
Speakers:
Sue Silver, Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, Moderator; Eugene Garfield, ISI and The Scientist; Michael J. Kurtz, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics; Charles Phelps, University of Rochester

Digital Preservation:Greatly Desired,Greatly Unknown
Speakers:
Rebecca Simon, University of California Press, Moderator; Eileen Gifford Fenton, Portico; Sarah Michalak, University of North Carolina; Paul F. Uhlir, Office of International S&T Information Programs

You Might Also Like …Recommendation Services for Digital Libraries
Speakers:
Gerry Grenier, IEEE, Inc., Moderator; Marc Krellenstein, Elsevier; Xiangmin Zhang, Rutgers University; Johan Bollen, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Innovative Electronic Projects in the Humanities
Speakers:
 Bill Kasdorf, Apex Publishing, LLC, Moderator; David Hart, The Liberty Fund; Robert McNamee, Oxford ; University; Mark Saunders, The University of Virginia Press

Publishing in the Developing World
Speakers:
Valentina Kalk, The World Bank, Moderator; Janet Chapin, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists; Rebecca Rinehart, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists; Pippa Smart, International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publications

Federated Searching
Speakers:
Gerry Grenier, IEEE, Inc., Moderator; Abe Lederman, Deep Web Technologies; Raul Valdes-Perez, Vivisimo; Ted Sullivan, Raritan Technologies

Challenges in Managing Intellectual Property and Copyright in a Global Economy
Speakers:
Ed Colleran, Copyright Clearance Center, Moderator; Jack Ochs, American Chemical Society; Mark Seeley, Elsevier

Strategic Application of Usage Data
Speakers:
Todd Carpenter, BioOne, Moderator; Phil Davis, Cornell University; Heather Goodell, American Heart Association; Melanie Schaffner, Project Muse

The Institution Registry: An Idea Whose T me Has Come
Speakers:
 Audrey Melkin, Atypon, Moderator, Greg Malar, Rockefeller University Press; Nathan Robertson; Thurgood Marshall Law Library; Dan Tonkery, Ebsco

Institutional Repositories:Benefits and Challenges of Working Together
Speakers:
Eamon Fennessy, The Copyright Group, Inc., Moderator; Leslie K. W. Chan, University of Toronto at Scarborough; Ed Pentz, Cross Ref, Bernard Rous, Association for Computing Machinery

Open Access:Where Does the Money Come From, and Where Does it Go?
Speakers:
Mary Waltham, Mary Waltham Publishing Consultants, Moderator; Steve Borostyan, Public Library of Science; Abel L. Packer, Latin American and Caribbean Center on Health Sciences Information; Martin Richardson, Oxford University Press

Transforming Revenue Models in Scholarly Advertising
Speakers:
 Bette Brunelle, Outsell, Moderator; Sande Giaccone, Cell Press, Elsevier; Carol Anne Meyer, Maxwell Publishing Consulants

Key Ingredient of a Successful Publishing Program? An Open Relationship with the Media
Speakers:
Nan Broadbent, Consultant, Moderator; Monica Bradford, Science, American Association for the Advancement of Science; Alison Richards, National Public Radio; Curtis Suplee, National Science Foundation

Speakers: Richard T. Kaser, Information Today, Inc., Moderator; Mark S. Frankel, Scientific Freedom, Responsibility and Law Program, American Association for the Advancement of Science; Sally Morris, The Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers

E-Book Models that Work
Speakers:
 Joel Poznansky, Apex CoVantage, Moderator; John Barnes, Thomson Gale; David Hart, Liberty Fund

Promoting Science Literacy
Speaker:
 Keith Seitter, American Meteorological Society

Town Hall:The Impact of Search Technologies on Scholarly Publishing
Speakers:
Mary Waltham, Mary Waltham Publishing Consultants, Moderator; Kenneth Fulton, National Academy of Sciences; Jean-Claude Guédon, University of Montreal; Richard Newman, American Medical Association

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