O'Reilly Tools of Change(TOC) for Publishing Conference 2013 - 12 Feb 2013 The publishing industry is in the midst of profound change that goes much deeper than simply using new tools and technology to publish in new formats. That's why over 1,000 of the best minds in publishing gather every year in New York for the O'Reilly Tools of Change (TOC) Conference. No other publishing conference provides such an intelligent blend of practical experience, technical expertise that you can immediately put to use, and strategic insights.
NFAIS 55th Annual Conference - 24 Feb 2013 Each new generation of information products and services has slowly progressed along the path from delivering information towards the ultimate goal of delivering answers. Now at last the keys to unlocking much greater value from content may be at hand. The convergence of existing and emerging technologies for the mining, linking, analysis, measurement, and management of large quantities of global information across multiple media and data formats has produced an unprecedented toolkit which, if creatively applied, empowers publishers, librarians and users to develop new products and services and to expose, enhance, and create new layers of value along the entire information distribution chain. The 55th NFAIS Annual Conference will take a look at how technologies once considered disruptive have converged, been embraced, and are driving publishers and librarians around the globe to reinvent their methods of information creation, packaging and delivery.
Event Date: February 24 - 26, 2013
Event Location: Hyatt at the Bellevue, Broad and Walnut Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19102
ALPSP Training: Strategic Journals Finance - 27 Feb 2013 This course will be of importance to middle and senior publishing managers, who meet a multiplicity of financial problems in managing a journals portfolio. The aim of the course is to introduce finance and accounting problems that managers face at senior level, and ensure they have the tools to deal with these effectively. (Full Day)
ALPSP Seminar: Ignore your authors at your peril. - 28 Feb 2013 As the Ďauthor paysí model gains traction, it will be imperative that scholarly publishers deploy author-centric content and functionality, and treat authors as their highest value customers. Publishers need to offer high quality integrated services and experiences across all touch-points from submission to publication and beyond, to both build and sustain loyalty.