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STM PUBLISHING INDUSTRY - EVENTS

Project Management for Publishing - 02 Nov 2011
Increasingly, project management techniques are being used by publishers in order to handle change effectively. For example, moving a journal from one typesetter to another, or planning a marketing campaign with complex time-critical interdependencies are examples that will be familiar. In both of these cases and many others, project management techniques can be employed to ensure a successful outcome. The course will demonstrate, through the use of case studies, how to apply effective project management techniques within publishing.

Event Date : November 2, 2011
Event Place: London
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SSP Fall Seminar Series - 08 Nov 2011
Join colleagues and other experts from across the scholarly communication spectrum for this exciting and informative series of seminars. Attend one or both seminar offerings to take advantage of opportunities for lively conversation and valuable networking.

Nov. 8, 2011, Seminar 1: Content and Apps for Mobile Devices: Engaging Users in the Mobile Experience (8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. - Includes Continental Breakfast, Refreshment Breaks and Lunch)

Nov. 9, 2011, Seminar 2: Moving to the Online-Only Journal: Breaking Free of Print Constraints.

Event Date: November 8-9, 2011
Event Place: American Geophysical Union, 2000 Florida Ave NW, Washington DC
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Acquiring and Selling Publishing Assets - 10 Nov 2011
This workshop will examine the issues, decisions and legal processes involved in the acquisition and sale of content or publications and demonstrate how to achieve these as successfully and smoothly as possible. It will focus on sales and asset purchase but will also touch upon the considerations for buying or selling a company.

Event Date : November 10, 2011
Event Place: London
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Allen Press, Inc., Offers Webinar Series on Best Practices for Editorial Offices - 16 Nov 2011
Publication Ethics: Plagiarism, Misconduct and Retractions 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon CST Ethical misconduct in scholarly publishing is not merely a topic for theoretical examination. Real world infractions require practical resolution. Editors, reviewers and journal staff will benefit from this opportunity to learn best practices for what do to when you suspect plagiarism or other misconduct as well as how to handle retractions. Hashtag #apweb16.

Event Date : November 16, 2011
Event Place: Online
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ALPSP Seminar: Books & Journals as One - 17 Nov 2011
Why shouldn't books and journals be as one? Haven't they always been together in the library? What does the user want? Hear from librarians about the issues for users and from publishers about the challenges and opportunities of creating integrated content. This one day seminar is for editorial, production and sales/marketing staff from Societies and other publishers, who want to maximise the potential of their publishing programme by adjusting their content creation and delivery to suit their customers' discovery and reading preferences.

Event Date: November 17, 2011
Event Place: London
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Creating High Impact Marketing - 17 Nov 2011
Successful, result-orientated marketing involves creating high-impact online and print material. High-impact material can help build brands, develop customer loyalty and generate revenues.

Event Date : November 17, 2011
Event Place: London
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Fundamentals of eProduction - 22 Nov 2011
Whether your production facility remains in-house or you have an outsourced arrangement, a knowledge of underlying technologies and associated jargon is essential. This course explains the current, common technologies used within the production workflow:- manuscript submission systems; file delivery mechanisms (such as FTP); PDF and PDF-X; use of SGML and XML for online products. A portion of the day will be dedicated to a 'clinic' where delegates are invited to bring along specific problems for discussion.

Event Date : November 22, 2011
Event Place: London
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Multiple origins of sex differences in brain. Neuroendocrine functions and their pathologies. - 28 Nov 2011
In theoretical terms, sex differences in brain and behavior offer the possibility of fascinating scientific studies on a range of molecular phenomena such as DNA methylation, chromatin protein modification, non-coding DNA, resulting in important neuroanatomical and neurochemical effects. However, this general subject has been treated with much hyperbole. Historically, sex differences were assumed to be present where they did not really exist, e.g. with respect to mathematics, executive leadership, etc. etc. Under what circumstances do we really care about sex differences in brain and behavior? These circumstances concern human maladies whose diagnoses are much different between boys and girls, or between women and men. Prominent examples to be discussed today will include autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorders and congenital adrenal hyperplasia. The meeting will end with a consideration of effects of estrogenic hormones on the injured brain, and their roles as protective agents. Donald PFAFF (The Rockefeller University, New York, USA) Hormone-dependent chromatin modifications regulating sexually differentiated animal behavior Eric B. KEVERNE (University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK) Importance of genomic imprinting in the evolution and development of the maternal brain Catherine DULAC (Harvard University & Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Cambridge, USA) Sex battles in the brain Javier DE FELIPE (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Madrid, Spain) Sex differences in cortical synaptic density in humans Melissa HINES (University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK) Gonadal hormone influences on human neurobehavioral development Simon BARON-COHEN (Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK) Foetal testosterone in mind Francesca DUCCI (King’s College, London, UK) Interaction between MAOA and childhood trauma on risk of developing antisocial behavior: gender differences Jay GIEDD (National Institute of Mental Health, Bethesda, USA) Male/female differences in childhood and adolescent brain development: Insights from neuroimaging Jill GOLDSTEIN (Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA) Fetal hormonal programming of the brain: Implications for understanding sex differences in depression and risk for cardiovascular disease James SWANSON (University of California, Irvine, USA) Attention Deficit hyperactivity disorders (ADHD) and cortisol Phyllis W. SPEISER (Hofstra North Shore LIJ School of Medicine, New York, USA) Congenital adrenal hyperplasia and related disorders: Neuroendocrine, behavioral and cognitive implications. Phyllis WISE (University of Washington, Seattle, USA) Estrogens: protective or risk factors in the injured brain.

Event Date : November 28, 2011
Event Place: Paris
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Journal Development - 30 Nov 2011
This course examines development strategies for individual journals. By providing a solid overview of the publishing world and considering current and future market trends, it will enable delegates to position their journal within this context. The course is also an excellent opportunity for delegates to meet and exchange experiences.

Event Date : November 30, 2011
Event Place: Oxford
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