Scholarly Publishing at the Crossroads: What’s working, what’s holding us back, where do we go from here?
As the Society for Scholarly Publishing celebrates its 40th anniversary, the theme for the conference highlights the many crossroads within scholarly publishing, including past and future practices, changing revenue models, funding challenges, regulation changes, technological innovations, and reaching new markets while maintaining established ones. These crossroads introduce new challenges as well as new opportunities for scholarly publishing and for the communities it serves and push us to keep up with the changing needs of researchers and academics who both generate and use the content. As we look back, could we have predicted forty years ago where scholarly publishing would be today? How can we anticipate the needs for the future? What questions do we need to be asking—and answering—to move forward?
Ruby Sponsor: Cenveo Publisher Services
Speaking Panel: Making Metadata Work for Everyone: A Functional View of Metadata in the Scholarly Supply Chain
- Marianne Calilhanna, Cenveo Publisher Services - Panel Moderator
- Jabin White, ITHAKA - Speaker
- Mary Steermann, American Academy of Pediatrics - Speaker
- Evan Owens, Cenveo Publisher Services - Speaker
- Nannette Naught, Innovate - Speaker
The Council of Science Editors (CSE) is an international membership organization for editorial professionals publishing in the sciences. The CSE Annual Meeting provides editorial professionals in the sciences with a network for career development, education, and resources for best practices.
If you plan to attend, let's meet.
The Publishing Ecosystem: An Open Conversation with Researchers and Editors
The Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) will feature a panel of STEM, and social science creators/consumers who will offer their individual perspectives on the scholarly publishing process. Using an open dialogue format rather than formal presentations, participants will look deeply into the publishing ecosystem, discuss what is important to them, and answer questions about how the community can improve and sustain growth in a mutually beneficial environment.
Come with an open mind and questions that explore such topics as:
- the current publishing experience – the good, bad, and ugly struggle researchers experience to get published
- the relevance of peer review (both traditional and new forms) for today’s researcher
- the shifting importance of preprints as research outputs and measures of productivity
- how researchers decide where to submit their manuscript
- the ongoing debate on impact factor, altmetrics, and appropriate research evaluation measures
- public access/open access for publications and data sharing -- what matters to/affects you?
- Dannagal G. Young, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Communication, University of Delaware
- Dr. Willie H. (Billy) Oglesby, PhD, MBA, MSPH, FRSHP, FACHE, Associate Dean for Academic & Student Affairs, Thomas Jefferson University, College of Population Health
- Dr. David Salas-De La Cruz, Assistant Professor and Faculty Director Leap Fabrication Laboratory, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey-Camden
- Aaron Sorensen, Director of Data Science Insights, Digital Science, and Scientometrics, Editor for the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, IOS Press
- Ashani T. Weeraratna, Ph.D., Ira Brind Professor, Co-Program Leader Immunology, Microenvironment and Metastasis, Melanoma Research Center, The Wistar Institute
- Christine Laine, MD, MPH, Editor in Chief, Annals of Internal Medicine; Senior Vice President, American College of Physicians, Inc.
A global publishing event in the creative capital of the world!
The London Book Fair is the global marketplace for the publishing industry. Cenveo Publisher Services will be in the exhibit hall at Stand 3E08 meeting with existing customers and engaging with new ones!
Schedule some time today and let's discuss how we can help support your publishing workflow and content creation.
NYU’s Center for Publishing and Publishers Weekly will present the second PubTechConnect, expanding the conversation about using technology, inventive tactics, and smart strategies to boost publishing businesses and brands. Combining diverse programming with a strong focus on publishing education, PubTechConnect 2018 will present an even larger roster of thought leaders directing the discussions.
Cenveo Publisher Services is proud to sponsor this event.
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The SXSW EDU® Conference & Festival fosters innovation in learning by hosting a community of optimistic, forward-thinking, purpose-driven stakeholders with a shared goal of impacting the future of teaching and learning.
The eighth annual SXSW EDU will return to Austin, March 5-8, 2018, for four days of compelling sessions, in-depth workshops, engaging learning experiences, mentorship, film screenings, startup events, policy discussions, competitions, exhibitions, networking and so much more.
Compelled by clear ethical reasons and compliance requirements, most publishers are working to make content fully accessible. Creating content that is “born accessible” also opens up new opportunities for publishers to expand the reach of content and connect with new audiences and markets. The same technologies and guidelines that improve access to materials for people with visual, hearing, mobility, perceptual and cognitive limitations, or who face other barriers to reading printed materials, can also be tremendously useful to all customers.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss how verified accessible content drives positive social change through technology AND makes good business sense. You’ll learn:
- How properly structured and tagged content improves discoverability and is the foundation for accessibility
- What Section 508 and WCAG compliance means for publishers and their digital content
- Practical tips to build accessibility into publishing workflows
- How well structured content and metadata improves rendering for multiple formats and platforms, including HTML5 and EPUB3
- Rachel Comerford, Director of Content Standards, Macmillan Learning
- Anna Selden, Associate Director of Publications, Georgetown Law
- Rohan Kohli, Head, Learning Design & Accessibility, Cenveo Publisher Services
- Denis Wilson, Editor-in-Chief, Publishing Executive/Book Business
In recent years, dramatic changes in scholarly publishing have altered how researchers consume, exchange, interact with, and disseminate scholarly communications.
These dramatic changes will leave a footprint on global scholarship of the future but presently are plagued by diverging views, potentially leading to diverging paths toward the same goals.
This conference will examine where we’ve been, the forces that impact future directions, who the stakeholders are, and how we create a future where the researchers gain value through the support each stakeholder provides toward a successful transformation.
Cenveo Publisher Services is a proud sponsor of this important industry event!
The PSP Annual Conference takes place at the RItz Carlton from February 7 to the 9th. Cenveo Publisher Services is proud to sponsor the PROSE Awards and honor excellence in scholarly publishing.
If you plan to attend, let's meet!
Think. Create. Connect.
Learning technology is rapidly changing, and learners are increasingly demanding the use of advanced technologies in the learning environment.
The ATD TechKnowledge conference will get you up to speed on what's hot in learning tech, and provide you with the hands-on experience you need to effectively incorporate the latest methods into your learning programs.
Cenveo Publisher Services is booking meetings in the Expo Hall. Learning technology specialists will be on site to show examples of recent work we've completed and discuss how we can help your organization. Click the button below to schedule your meeting today!
Expo Hall: Booth 418
Head to the Southbank after work on Monday 4th December to attend the first UK SSP Regional event! With beers and nibbles to hand, there is also the opportunity to mingle and network with other scholarly publishing professionals.
Cenveo Publisher Services is a proud sponsor if this event. We invite you to catch with Cenveo's Marion Morrow who will be at the event!
(Nearest Underground Station: Southwark, Jubilee Line)
The first-ever W3C Publishing Summit is happening November 9-10 at the Hyatt Regency SFO Hotel. This conference will bring together leaders from across fields of publishing, focusing on the convergence of digital transformation and Web technologies. Keynote speakers include futurist and Internet pioneer Tim O’Reilly and Adobe CTO Abhay Parasnis (see https://www.w3.org/publishing/events/summit2017.html for details).
Evan Owens, VP Publishing Technologies at Cenveo Publisher Services will be there and welcomes the opportunity to meet. Please click the link below to schedule some time to speak.
Innovative Research & Creative Output: From Ideas to Impact
Philly-area publishers and librarians, join us on Monday October 30th for a panel discussion on new and innovative methods of producing scholarship. Refreshments will be served, and there will be plenty of time for networking.
- Alex Humphreys, Director, JSTOR Labs
- Professor Kathi Martin, Director, Drexel Digital Museum Project, Associate Director, Graduate Fashion Department of Design, Drexel University
- Jennifer Grayburn, CLIR Fellow, Digital Scholarship Center, Temple University Libraries
The Association of American Publishers, Professional and Scholarly Publishing Division will host a panel discussion at the OUP offices in New York.
More and more women are climbing the ranks of scholarly publishing, an industry distinguished by a majority female workforce, a progressive culture, and a stubborn glass ceiling. Industry veterans Jeri Wachter (William Andrew) and Susan Spilka (Wiley, CHORUS) will lead a panel discussion on gender equity issues.
The Frankfurter Buchmesse is the most important international trade fair for content, the centre of the international media world and a major cultural event. Nowhere else in the world does the publishing and media industry show itself from a more diverse, innovative and international side than during these five days in October.
Schedule your meeting now with Marion Morrow!
New Directions in Society and Nonprofit Publishing
Society-based and other non-profit publishers face unique challenges in an ever-changing information landscape. How do we stay relevant to our member, reader, author, and library constituencies? How do we not only meet but also anticipate their needs? What are the next great trends in technology, metrics, and new forms of publishing?
Open Access (OA) continues to gain momentum as open science and open peer review advance the application of this business model that has become akin to a social movement for many. Although OA aligns well with a more socially engaged information community, it continues to disrupt and change the direction of how scholarly communications are evolving.
NFAIS will explore this multidimensional disruption at“Open Access and Beyond” Conference in Old Town Alexandria, VA.
Cenveo Publisher Services is a proud sponsor of this event.
The ALPSP Conference provides a friendly forum in which to share information and knowledge, learn about new initiatives, and engage in open discussion on the challenges and opportunities facing publishing today. With expert speakers and a wide ranging programme, the ALPSP Conference is for everyone in the scholarly publishing community.
Cenveo Publisher Services is a silver sponsor of this event.
Take part in this one-of-a-kind meeting during which original research is presented on all aspects of editorial and funding peer review, scientific and scholarly publication, research and reporting practices, reproducibility and access, and information exchange. Equal opportunity for audience participation will follow each research presentation.
Cenveo Publisher Services is exhibiting at this event and is proud to support the meeting. We welcome the opportunity to speak with you about peer review in your publishing program. Click the button below to reserve your time with us!
Striking a Balance: Embracing Change While Preserving Tradition in Scholarly Communications
The SSP 39th Annual Meeting returns to Boston this year. Please join us in the exhibit hall at Booth 411B to hear the latest news from Cenveo Publisher Services.
Content in Context (CIC) is the annual conference of the Association of American Publishers (AAP) PreK-12 Learning Group. The only organization dedicated to the unique needs and challenges of the educational resource community, the Learning Group’s thought leadership in the areas of policy, ed tech, copyright, product development, pedagogy, and sales and marketing culminates each year with CIC—3 days of focused, high-quality learning and networking.
Come visit Waseem Andrabi at the show! Schedule your meeting by clicking the link below.
PUBLISHING PROFESSIONALS NETWORK is a nonprofit association providing educational resources and opportunities for all individuals involved in book and book-related publishing. Founded as Bookbuilders West in 1969, it was rechartered as PPN in 2012 to reflect the changing nature of long-form content publishing and embrace all the partnerships that exist within our industry.
Cenveo Publisher Services is proud to sponsor this event. Please stop by and learn how we are helping publishers with their ABCs---accessibility, book production, content development (and much more)!
A Global Event in The Creative Capital of the World
Cenveo Publisher Services is back again in London to meet with you! Schedule your booking today to meet with us at Stand 3A69. Come hear the latest on
- web first automated production
- content accessibility
- animation creation
- instructional design
- editorial development
- and more
Cenveo Publisher Services is proud to support the PROSE Awards at the PSP Annual Conference.
The 2017 PSP Annual Conference has a great lineup of speakers and topics. If you're attending the event, let's meet!
Open Data, Science, and Digital Scholarship
What is "open science/open digital scholarship?" "Open" -- whether narrowly understood as access or more broadly understood as transparency -- has increased journal readership, citations, alternative metrics, and online attention, but it goes beyond getting more eyeballs on research. It's also about social justice and giving tax payers -- patients, family members, concerned citizens -- access to the research they fund while increasing public literacy.
Conference and Expo
Creativity is at the heart of innovation. It’s what enables us to harness the possibilities posed by new technologies and produce inventive learning and performance solutions. Creativity can often make the difference between cookie-cutter eLearning and unique and beneficial learning programs.
We'll be at DevLearn in Vegas and welcome the chance to speak with you about how we provide elearning services and solutions to some of the world's leading publishers and content providers!
The New England Publishing Collaboration Awards (NEPCo) celebrates publishers' and vendors' agile and open-minded approach to unprecedented change. To educate publishing professionals who are new to the industry, and to reward those who have achieved through meaningful relationships with partners, Bookbuilders presents this timely event.
We'll be at the event and welcome the opportunity to meet you. Learn how we help NEPCo Awards' Winners with design, editorial, and production needs.
Once a year, the Frankfurt Book Fair becomes the Global City of Ideas: the most important international trading place for content, from novels and children’s books to academic databases. Publishing professionals from around the world meet here with partners from the technology sector and from related creative industries, such as film and games; it is here that new cooperation agreements and business models find their first inspiration.
Once again, we'll be at the Fair and are booking individual meetings. Click the button below to schedule a time to meet!
EdNET is a unique community of professionals in the education market, focused on staying informed and connected to collaborate and share ideas about market trends and opportunities in the K-12 education market.
Let's meet in Dallas and we'll show you what we can do!