New Trends in Scholarly Communication: Maximizing Author Impact
Friday, February 26th 2010
Embassy Suites Hotel, Downtown Fort Worth, TX
This scientific symposium has passed. However, please feel free to watch the videos of the lectures and view the speakers' slide presentations which are available by clicking on the "Maximizing Author Impact" link near the bottom of this page.
- Catherine Nancarrow, Public Library of Science
- Jennifer McLennan, Scholarly Publishing Academic Resources Coalition, a.k.a. SPARC
- Kevin Smith, Scholarly Communications Officer from Duke University
- John Licciardone, Executive Director of the Osteopathic Research Center at the University of North Texas Health Science Center
Symposium lectures and discussion include (among other topics):
- Author Rights
- Discipline and Institutional Repositories
- New methods of Publishing
- Preservation of Intellectual Assets
- NIH Public Access Policy
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(2010-02-26)Kevin Smith, JD, discusses the rights authors have, ways authors can keep their rights when publishing, and why retaining rights is valuable.
(2010-02-26)John Licciardone, D.O., M.S., M.B.A., describes why and how he decided to become an Open Access journal founder of the Osteopathic Medicine and Primary Care Journal.
(2010-02-26)Catherine Nancarrow describes how biomedical research that is available through Open Access means can be enriched after publication by scholars engaging in discussion and by interested parties adapting the literature in new ways.
(2010-02-26)Jennifer McLennan discusses the Open Access movement and how institutions of higher learning and government agencies are beginning to incorporate Open Access initiatives to broaden the reach of scholarly literature.