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AIBS Special Symposia:
Open Access Journal Publishing

Recap

AIBS convened a 1.5 day meeting on the topic of open access journal publishing. The first day was with the AIBS Council of member societies and organizations; the second day was with a larger group of attendees and guests. The meeting was sponsored by Burk and Associates. Contact: rogr...@aibs.org

Venue

Washington DC, 8-9 May 2005

Duration

One-and-a-half days

Speakers and Slide Presentations, in Chronological Order

(A Meeting Transcript will be Posted Here in June 2005)

NOTE: Contact speakers directly for permission to re-use slides

8 May

Richard Fyffe, Assistant Dean of Libraries, University of Kansas,
"Libraries and Scholarly Publishers in an Open Access Environment" (view slides as PDF)

Barbara Meyers, Meyers Consulting Services,
"The Economics of Open Access" (view slides as PDF)

Carl Bergstrom, University of Washington,
"The Economics of Biology Journals and the Prospects for Open Access" (view slides as PDF)

Panel (no slides)

Richard Fyffe, Assistant Dean of Libraries, University of Kansas,

Martin Apple, Council of Scientific Society Presidents,

Alan Kahan, Director of Communications, Entomological Society of America,

Kent Holsinger, President-Elect, AIBS; Chair, BioOne,

Linda Rowan, Director of Government Affairs, American Geological Institute,

Barbara Meyers, Meyers Consulting Services,

Carl Bergstrom, University of Washington,

Todd Carpenter, Director of Business Development, BioOne,

9 May

Mary Waltham, Publishing Consultant, Moderator,
"A Closer Look at Open Access" (view slides as PDF)

Martin Frank, Executive Director, American Physiological Society and representative for the DC Principles Coalition,
"Free Access to Science?" (view slides as PDF)

Heather Joseph, President, BioOne,
(no slides)

Cara Kaufman, Kaufman-Wills Group,
"The ALPSP/AAAS/HighWire study on Open Access" (view slides as PDF)

Richard Fyffe, Assistant Dean of Libraries for Scholarly Communication, Univ. of Kansas,
"Libraries and Scholarly Publishers in an Open Access Environment" (view slides as PDF)

Panel

Carl Bergstrom, University of Washington,
"The Economics of Biology Journals and the Prospects for Open Access" (view slides as PDF)

Catriona MacCallum, Senior Editor, Public Library of Science, Biology,
"Building a Public Library of Science" (view slides as PDF)

David Gillikin, Head, MEDLARS Management Section, National Library of Medicine, NIH,
"NIH Public Access Policy" (view slides as PDF)

Richard Johnson, Director, Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition,
"Scientific Communication in the Internet Age" (view slides as PDF)

Samuel Scheiner, National Science Foundation,
(no slides)

Kent Holsinger, President-Elect, AIBS; Chair, BioOne,
(no slides)

Martin Frank, Executive Director, American Physiological Society,
(no slides)

Panel

Alan Kahan, Director of Communications, Entomological Society of America,
"A Society Publisher's Limited Foray into Open Access" (view slides as PDF)

Philippa J. Benson, Consulting Editor, Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy,
"Launching a Cross-Disciplinary Open Access E-Journal." (view slides as PDF)

Richard Fyffe, Assistant Dean of Libraries for Scholarly Communication, Univ. of Kansas,
(no slides)

Heather Joseph, President, BioOne,
(no slides)

Barbara Meyers, Meyers Consulting Services,
(no slides)

Cara S. Kaufman, Kaufman-Wills Group,
(no slides)

Commentary (no slides)

Robert Harington, Global Science Publishing Director, Blackwell Publishing,

Trish Thomas, Executive Editor, U.S. Humanities and Social Science Journals, Oxford University Press,

Wrap Up (no slides)

Mary Waltham,

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