Preprint and postprint repositories and their impact on publishing

From: Stevan Harnad <harnad_at_ecs.soton.ac.uk>
Date: Tue, 8 Nov 2005 23:06:45 +0000

Places are still available on this joint ALPSP/SSP Seminar

Preprint and postprint repositories and their impact on publishing
London, Monday 28 November 2005 (09.30 13.00)

http://www.alpsp.org/events/2005/PPR/default.htm

Chair: Mark Ware, Mark Ware Consulting Ltd

A review of what is happening in the world of preprint
repositories. Speakers will discuss the implications for publishers and
their journals. The meeting is a must for all senior publishing staff
whose journals might be threatened by these developments.

PROGRAMME

09.00 Registration and Coffee

09.30 Introduction from the Chair
Mark Ware

09.40 The repository landscape
Bill Hubbard, OpenDOAR Project, University of Nottingham

10.00 Author behaviour
Alma Swan, Key Perspectives

10.20 Funder and institutional policies and mandates
Richard Newman, American Medical Association

10.40 Current publisher policies and how they are changing
Jenny Pickles, Emerald

11.00 Tea/Coffee

11.20 Impact of self-archiving on journals

Case Study 1: Institute of Physics (John Haynes)
Case Study 2: British Medical Journal (Michael Butterfield)
Case Study 3: Economics (Dan Trinder, Taylor & Francis)
Case Study 4: Mathematics (Susan Hezlet, London Mathematical Society)

12.20 Possible future impact in the Google world
Cliff Morgan, John Wiley & Sons

12.40 Discussion

13.00 Close and Lunch

Venue: The British Computer Society, 5 Southampton Street, London WC2E 7HA

To book a place see http://www.alpsp.org/events/2005/PPR/default.htm or
contact me for further details.

many thanks

Lesley Ogg
Seminars & Website Coordinator
Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers
Email events_at_alpsp.org
Tel 01245 260571 Fax 01245 260935
www.alpsp.org
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