Effective Journal Editorial Management - 05 Oct 2011 This course introduces the common issues and tasks encountered in journal management. Considering various approaches to effective journal management and relationship building, it enables delegates to build on their skills to be more effective in meeting the day-to-day challenges of journal publishing, changing business models and editorial processes. The emphasis is on practical advice and guidance, and participants will be able to apply and integrate ideas and suggestions to help improve their own journals.
International Society of Managing & Technical Editors European Conference - 18 Oct 2011 ISMTE invites you to attend our Fourth Annual North American Conference, August 9-10, 2011 at the Phoenix Park Hotel in Washington, DC, USA. Keynote Speaker Michael Clarke of Silverchair Information Systems will share the highlights of semantic publishing and show how scholarly publications can benefit from a new way of understanding content management. The conference also features a diverse agenda of speakers to share the practical knowledge you need. Sessions topics include production, open access, strategies for international growth, ethics, and marketing, as well as our popular Exchange Forum. These sessions will be built around great networking opportunities.
Allen Press, Inc., Offers Webinar Series on Best Practices for Editorial Offices - 19 Oct 2011 Finding Quality Reviewers 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon CDST The discussion will center on identifying new reviewers, tactics for keeping reviewers happy, encouraging quick yet quality reviews and best practices for matching the right reviewer to the right paper. New and veteran editors alike can benefit from this webinar. Hashtag #apweb15.
2011 RSuite User Conference - 25 Oct 2011 Now in its 5th year, the RSuite User Conference is a forum for publishers who want to learn how content management is the key to building a successful digital publishing strategy. Attendees will hear case studies from some of the world''s leading publishers, learning what works and what doesn''t work when developing and implementing a CMS.
Event Date: 25 October, 2011
Event Place: The Chemical Heritage Foundation 315 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19106
Getting the Most from Journal Publicity - 25 Oct 2011 Maximising spend and achieving effective marketing requires implementing an integrated strategy that utilises a variety of marketing tactics. Publicity is a key tactic in this arsenal, but to be effective must be considered as a part of the overall plan. Too often publicity is implemented as an isolated tactic that fails to fulfil the overall journal objectives or expectations of the society/author/editor. This course will use a variety of methods, including case studies and practical workshops to examine how publicity and media management can help achieve your key journal marketing objectives. It will provide background information on the media, how it works and the different audiences media can be aimed at. We will examine what actually works and what doesn't, whilst reviewing some of the common mistakes and misconceptions.