Intelligent Content Conference - 07 Mar 2016 ICC 2016 Las Vegas is the one content strategy event specifically designed for marketing practitioners. Their goal is the movement away from the copy/paste mentality of most marketers, toward a format-free, modular and single-source approach to content creation and distribution. They will be offering courses ranging from beginner to advanced, served to you from the leading practitioners, consultants and authors from around the world. Sessions will lean toward larger enterprises and those companies that want to bring structure to their content marketing with process and technology.
Digital Book World Conference + Expo - 07 Mar 2016 The Digital Book World Conference + Expo is the premier event for publishers and content providers of all sizes and business models who plan to thrive in publishing’s digital transformation. Capitalise on every opportunity with the help of publishing’s most innovative thinkers and influencers. From metadata fixes and technological advances, to content marketing and the newest business models, DBW is crucial to understanding the latest digital developments in publishing. Connect with the industry’s key players in this networking-rich environment. DBW is the industry’s must-attend event for understanding and anticipating consumer behavior across all markets and channels.
Event Date: March 7 - 9, 2016
Event Location: New York Hilton Midtown, New York, NY, USA
ALPSP Seminar: Standing on the Digits of Giants: Research data, preservation and innovation - 08 Mar 2016 Access is not a one time event, it's an ongoing process. This seminar will examine emerging trends in scholarly communication from the perspective of the publication and long-term access to the scholarly record. This includes outputs not traditionally included within the primary scientific canon such as metadata, software and research data.
ALPSP Training Course: Developing Open Access and Hybrid Journals - 10 Mar 2016 The aim of this course is to introduce staff from all areas of journals publishing to the complexities and unique challenges of running an open access journal or journals programme. Delegates will participate in discussion of open access journals and experiment with financial modelling, enabling them to gain an understanding of the necessary steps to take when establishing and maintaining both full and hybrid open access journals.
Event Date: March 10, 2016
Event Location: West One, 9-10 Portland Place, London, UK
ALPSP Training Course: Data Protection: Compliance issues for publishers - 16 Mar 2016 Compliance with the law in relation to data can feel like a minefield. With the introduction of monetary penalties for breaches of legislation, and a new, tougher European data protection law on the horizon, it is essential that all publishers have a fundamental understanding of data compliance issues. In addition, awareness of guidance from the Information Commissioner's Office is required and the reputational and financial risks resulting from breaches of legislation should not be ignored. The effective use of personal data for the purpose of communicating with customers lies at the heart of successful marketing strategies employed by publishers in the digital and global economy.
ALPSP Training Course: Understanding eJournal Technology - 22 Mar 2016 This course will provide an insight into the technologies behind eJournal delivery. Technology has removed the barriers between production, editorial, marketing, sales, customer services and most importantly - the customers. The course will be business-centric - clearly positioning technologies in the context of the industry issues they aim to solve. Participants will learn how technology is used throughout the delivery of eJournals from publisher via library to the end-user.
Event Date: March 22, 2016
Event Location: Said Business School, Park End Street, Oxford, UK
ALPSP Webinar: Recruitment and Career Trends: What you need to know and do about them - 23 Mar 2016 For individuals and organizations, this webinar will feature timely presentations on current hiring trends in the publishing sector, the key traits and skills employers are looking for in new hires, and how publishers balance the need for individuals with traditional publishing skills with the need for acquiring the new skill sets required to seize the potential of new technologies. In addition, presentations will focus on how publishers evaluate the existing skills sets within their organisations, identify existing gaps, and determine how to acquire and/or develop the skills needed for current and future needs.
11:00AM - 12:30PM EST (New York) / 3:00PM - 4:30PM GMT (London)