SSP 2011

SSP 2011
June 1-3, 2011
Boston, Massachusetts
The 33rd SSP Annual Meeting, "It's What Counts: How Data Transforms Our World" was held at Westin Copley Place, Boston Massachusetts.

Table of Contents

  1. Informal Evening Keynote: PowerPoint Karaoke - The Cocktail Lounge Edition
  2. Concurrent 1C: At the Cutting Edge: A Series of Start-ups
  3. At the Cutting Edge - A Series of Start-ups: Introduction
  4. Data from the collective desktop powering collaboration and discovery!
  5. Take my content - please! - The service-based business model of SureChem
  1. Personal Scientific Knowledge
  2. Recorded Future
  3. Concurrent 1D: The Research Data Hot Potato: Who Preserves It?
  4. The Research Data Hot Potato: Who Preserves It?: Introduction
  5. A Health Science Librarian Perspective
  6. Concurrent 2A: Roads to the Digital Marketplace
  7. Routes to the digital marketplace: Tune up your ebook data to drive discoverability and distribution success
  8. Concurrent 2C: Managing Supplemental Content: Practical Advice for Publishers and Researchers
  9. Managing Supplemental Content: Practical Advice for Publishers and Researchers: Introduction
  10. Developing Best Practices for Supplemental Materials
  11. Managing Supplemental Content
  12. Q & A
  13. Concurrent 2D: Information Overload: Reaching Readers in a State of Distraction
  14. Information Overload - Reaching Readers in a State of Distraction: Introduction
  15. Reaching Readers in a State of Distraction
  16. Creating and Consuming Scholarship in the Age of Information Overload
  17. Users: Let's Throw Them a Bone, Already
  18. Q & A
  19. Concurrent 3A: Consortia Sales Models for Small Publishers
  20. Consortia Sales Models for Small Publishers: Introduction
  21. Independent Scholarly Publishers Group: A Case Study
  22. Consortia to consortia: The challenges and opportunities of the ALPSP Learned Journals Collection
  23. Q & A
  24. Concurrent 3B: Who Are You and Why Are You Visiting My Site?
  25. Web Analytics - Strategies for understanding your business
  26. Concurrent 3C: EPUB3: The Next Generation Delivery Format (Not Just for Books!)
  27. EPUB3: Not your father's EPUB
  28. EPUB3 Demo and Examples
  29. Q & A
  30. Concurrent 4A: Free Open Software: An Untapped Resource for the Small Publisher
  31. Free Open Software: An Untapped Resource for the Small Publisher: Introduction
  32. Free and Open Source Tools
  33. Free Open Software: an Untapped Resource for the Small Publisher
  34. Using WordPress as an Editorial Production System
  35. Q & A
  36. Concurrent 4B: What Our Readers Actually do on Scholarly Publication Sites-Figuring it out through Usability Testing
  37. What Our Readers Actually do on Scholarly Publication Sites--Figuring it out through Usability Testing: Introduction
  38. What is Usability & Why is it Important?
  39. CrossMark Usability Testing - A Case Study
  40. User Needs Research - Generating Ideas for Products and Services
  41. Q & A
  42. Concurrent 4C: To Infinity and Beyond: Using Data to Create Next Generation eBooks
  43. To Infinity and Beyond: Using Data to Create Next Generation eBooks: Introduction
  44. The Transmedia World
  45. To Infinity and Beyond - Perspectives from a Reference Publisher
  46. Content, Container, Context: Designing for mobile devices
  47. Q & A
  48. Concurrent 4D: Lessons Learned and Lessons Learning
  49. Lessons Learned and Lessons Learning: Introduction
  50. Talk by Todd Carpenter
  51. Concurrent 5A: Digging for Treasure: New Developments in Textmining and Datamining
  52. Digging for Treasure - New Developments in Textmining and Datamining: Introduction
  53. Smart content at Elsevier
  54. Content Enrichment - A publishers perspective
  55. How Content Enrichment Drives Discovery (when search is not enough)
  56. Q & A
  57. Concurrent 5C: Community Trust Initiatives: Tools to Help Researchers
  58. Community Trust Initiatives: CrossMark, DataCite and ORCID
  59. ORCID: An Open Registry of Scholarly IDs
  60. Q & A

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Informal Evening Keynote: PowerPoint Karaoke – The Cocktail Lounge Edition

Kent Anderson1, Geoffrey Bilder2
1Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, 2CrossRef

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Concurrent 1C: At the Cutting Edge: A Series of Start-ups

At the Cutting Edge – A Series of Start-ups: Introduction

Dan Pollock
Nature Publishing Group

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Data from the collective desktop powering collaboration and discovery!

Jan Reichelt
Mendeley

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Take my content – please! – The service-based business model of SureChem

Nicko Goncharoff
SureChem (Digital Science)

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Personal Scientific Knowledge

Nathan Watson
BioRaft.com

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Recorded Future

Bill Ladd
Recorded Future

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Concurrent 1D: The Research Data Hot Potato: Who Preserves It?

The Research Data Hot Potato: Who Preserves It?: Introduction

October Ivins
Ivins eContent Solutions

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A Health Science Librarian Perspective

Liz Lorbeer
University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Concurrent 2A: Roads to the Digital Marketplace

Routes to the digital marketplace: Tune up your ebook data to drive discoverability and distribution success

Susie Stroud1, Peter Balis2, Gina McCue3, Heather Reid4
1Baker & Taylor Digital Media Services, 2John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 3Credo Reference, 4Copyright Clearance Center, Inc.

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Concurrent 2C: Managing Supplemental Content: Practical Advice for Publishers and Researchers

Managing Supplemental Content: Practical Advice for Publishers and Researchers: Introduction

Bill Kasdorf
Apex Content Solutions

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Developing Best Practices for Supplemental Materials

Linda Beebe
American Psychological Association

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Managing Supplemental Content

Anthony Watkinson
University College London

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Q & A

 
 

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Concurrent 2D: Information Overload: Reaching Readers in a State of Distraction

Information Overload – Reaching Readers in a State of Distraction: Introduction

Jocelyn Dawson
Duke University Press

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Reaching Readers in a State of Distraction

Philip Davis
Department of Communication, Cornell University

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Creating and Consuming Scholarship in the Age of Information Overload

Oliver Goodenough
Berkman Center for Internet and Society

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Users: Let’s Throw Them a Bone, Already

Kristen Fisher Ratan
HighWire Press – Stanford University

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Q & A

 
 

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Concurrent 3A: Consortia Sales Models for Small Publishers

Consortia Sales Models for Small Publishers: Introduction

Emilie Delquie
Publishers Communication Group

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Independent Scholarly Publishers Group: A Case Study

Thomas Taylor
Dragonfly Sales and Marketing Consulting

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Consortia to consortia: The challenges and opportunities of the ALPSP Learned Journals Collection

Ian Russell
ALPSP

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Q & A

 
 

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Concurrent 3B: Who Are You and Why Are You Visiting My Site?

Web Analytics – Strategies for understanding your business

Melissa Blaney
Platform Analytics & Communications

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Concurrent 3C: EPUB3: The Next Generation Delivery Format (Not Just for Books!)

EPUB3: Not your father’s EPUB

Bill Kasdorf
Apex CoVantage, Content Solutions

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EPUB3 Demo and Examples

Liza Daly
Threepress Consulting

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Q & A

 
 

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Concurrent 4A: Free Open Software: An Untapped Resource for the Small Publisher

Free Open Software: An Untapped Resource for the Small Publisher: Introduction

Kaveh Bazargan
River Valley Technologies

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Free and Open Source Tools

Carl Leubsdorf
Solvitor LLC

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Free Open Software: an Untapped Resource for the Small Publisher

Brian Owen
Public Knowledge Project

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Using WordPress as an Editorial Production System

Neil Schlager
Schlager Group

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Q & A

 
 

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Concurrent 4B: What Our Readers Actually do on Scholarly Publication Sites-Figuring it out through Usability Testing

What Our Readers Actually do on Scholarly Publication Sites–Figuring it out through Usability Testing: Introduction

Carol Anne Meyer
CrossRef

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What is Usability & Why is it Important?

Andrea Kravetz
Elsevier

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CrossMark Usability Testing – A Case Study

Kirsten Robinson
Endeca Technologies

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User Needs Research – Generating Ideas for Products and Services

Lisa Horowtiz
MIT Libraries

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Q & A

 
 

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Concurrent 4C: To Infinity and Beyond: Using Data to Create Next Generation eBooks

To Infinity and Beyond: Using Data to Create Next Generation eBooks: Introduction

Heather Ruland Staines
Springer

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The Transmedia World

Laura Fleming
Consultant/Inanimate Alice Project

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To Infinity and Beyond – Perspectives from a Reference Publisher

Rolf Janke
SAGE Publications, Inc.

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Content, Container, Context: Designing for mobile devices

Victor Curran
Precision Graphics

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Q & A

 
 

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Concurrent 4D: Lessons Learned and Lessons Learning

Lessons Learned and Lessons Learning: Introduction

Will Wakeling1, Philip Roberts2,
2Northeastern University, 2CABI

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Talk by Todd Carpenter

Todd Carpenter
National Information Standards Organization

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Concurrent 5A: Digging for Treasure: New Developments in Textmining and Datamining

Digging for Treasure – New Developments in Textmining and Datamining: Introduction

Judy Luther
Informed Strategies

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Smart content at Elsevier

Ellen Hays
Elsevier

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Content Enrichment – A publishers perspective

Jason Markos
John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

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How Content Enrichment Drives Discovery (when search is not enough)

Guillaume Mazieres
TEMIS

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Q & A

Concurrent 5C: Community Trust Initiatives: Tools to Help Researchers

Community Trust Initiatives: CrossMark, DataCite and ORCID

Carol Anne Meyer
CrossRef

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ORCID: An Open Registry of Scholarly IDs

Howard Ratner
Nature Publishing Group

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Q & A