ATG Conferences, Meetings, and Webinars 5/14/19

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This 90-minute panel discussion, with plenty of time for Q&A’s, will present strategies that publishers can use to build new relationships and grow revenue in the corporate sector. Join us and learn about opportunities created by new technologies such as TDM and AI, corporate-oriented business models, content and features, and marketing and sales approaches that work for increasing revenue streams in this arena.

The webinar will be chaired by Karen Hawkins, Chief Marketing Officer, IEEE.
And our speakers will be:

James Blank, Manager – Technical Information Center (TIC), Caterpillar Inc
Michael Porch, Senior Corporate Market Strategy Manager, IEEE
David Myers, President and CEO of DMedia Associates, Inc
Kathey Towler, Technical Information Services, Digital DRD, Unilever
David Younghusband, Information Specialist, Technical Information Services, Digital DRD, Unilever

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When and who?
Time: 14:30-16:00 BST, 9:30-11:00 EDT, 15:30-17:00 CEST, 06:30-08:00 PDT
Ideal for: sales & marketing managers, plus anyone with responsibility for revenue growth.

For decades researchers have been working with the pressures of ‘publish or perish’. The default response is to question the value of micropublications that are produced as a result. But what about when micropublications are carefully defined; peer review is stringently completed; and they enable publishers to more efficiently produce the ‘longer story’ research articles with pre-validated research outputs?
The webinar will be chaired by Heather Staines, Director of Partnerships, Hypothesis.
And our speakers will be:

Daniela Raciti, Scientific Curator for Wormbase and Managing Editor, Micropublication Biology
Karen Yook, Scientific Curator for Wormbase and Managing Editor, Micropublication Biology
Tracey DePellegrin, Executive Director, Genetics Society of America

Daniela and Karen will be telling us about their experiences: “A significant proportion of useful biomedical research output is not published in a timely fashion — or ever — because of the pressure to publish complete narratives. In addition, the effort, and hence cost, of curation at archival repositories can be inhibitory to getting these data into publicly-funded community knowledge bases. We are capturing these ‘lost’ data through both publishing the findings as micropublications in a new online journal, microPublication Biology and depositing it into archival repositories. Our platform encourages researchers to share data in a metadata-driven fashion by giving them credit for participation through a citable publication that is peer-reviewed”.

Find out more about our speakers and book this webinar.
When and who?
Time: 16:00-17:00 BST, 11.00-12:00 EDT, 17:00-18:00 CEST, 08:00-09:00 PDT
Ideal for: publishing executives, editors, librarians, funders and researchers.

Other upcoming ALPSP ONLINE events

NEW: Journal metric analysis and measuring impact, 3 and 18 July 2019 (2 sessions), ONLINE
>>> find out more <<<

How journals work: A complete introduction, 9 and 30 October (2 sessions), ONLINE
>>> find out more <<<

Understanding copyright, 20 November, ONLINE
>>> find out more <<<

Date: July 22, 2019
Time: 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm Central

Collaboration with faculty is an important and necessary component of librarians’ jobs. Working with faculty on assignment design, instruction, student, support, programming initiatives, and research projects are a few of the ways librarians partner. In this session, attendees will be introduced to best practices for working with faculty. Dr. Lauren Hays will share practical examples of how to approach collaboration and how to keep momentum for collaborative projects.

Learning Objectives:

  • Attendees will identify various ways to collaborative with faculty
  • Attendees will recognize best practices for working with faculty
  • Attendees will brainstorm ideas for how to collaborate with faculty at their institutions

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