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STM PUBLISHING INDUSTRY - EVENTS

Oxford Open Access Workshop - 05 Jun 2006
This one day conference will discuss the latest results on Oxford Journals' open access experiments.
London
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Design and Copywriting for Marketing - 07 Jun 2006
In a pressured environment, creative approaches to marketing campaigns often suffer, which can result in the production of materials that lack imagination and impact. This course from The Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers will provide marketing professionals with new ideas and a structured approach for using design and copy to generate high impact campaigns.
London
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Marketing Your Library - A Practical Workshop - 08 Jun 2006
This interactive one-day workshop will explore ways in which library professionals can better promote their resources. The seminar will examine how best practices in marketing can be applied to a library situation. Conducted by Zuzana Helinsky, an independent marketing consultant and frequent speaker on the topic at library conferences, the seminar will include presentations, small group exercises, case studies, lunch and refreshments. The event is sponsored by CSA and Cranfield University. Places are strictly limited and are available on a first come first served basis.
Cranfield University
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Editorial Manager User Group Meeting - 12 Jun 2006
The two-day seminar will feature presentations on Editorial Manager 5.0, Production Tracking, and a preview of new features of the next release (EM 6.0). Participants will have the chance to discuss EM with fellow users, and can also give feedback.
Washington, DC
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ALPSP Seminar: Dead or Alive? The Future of Copyright - 16 Jun 2006
In this one day seminar we will examine the challenges posed to copyright law – and, indeed, to the very concept of copyright – by the Internet age. A range of experts will try to address the question of whether copyright is dead, whether it is still alive and kicking, or indeed whether the Internet makes copyright irrelevant, and what this all means for publishers.
Society of Chemical Industry, 14/15 Belgrave Square, London, SW1X 8PS UK
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Moving Engineering Practice into the Classroom: Using the New Interactive References at ASEE Annual Conference - 18 Jun 2006
ASEE (American Society for Engineering Education) will hold its 113th Annual Conference and Exposition in Chicago from June 18-21. Donald Wulfinghoff, author of the Energy Efficiency Manual, will present "Moving Engineering Practice into the Classroom: Using the New Interactive References" on Monday, June 19th at 10:30 am during the Energy Conversion & Conservation Division session. Mr. Wulfinghoff will also give live demonstrations of the "Knovelized" version of the Energy Efficiency Manual at the Knovel booth (#812).
Chicago, Hyatt Regency-Riverside Center
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Effective Journal Editorial Management - 20 Jun 2006
This course from The Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers introduces the common issues and tasks encountered in journal management and will enable delegates to build on their skills to be meet the day-to-day challenges of journal publishing and 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.
London
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2006 ALA Annual Conference - 24 Jun 2006
ALA (American Library Association)will conduct its 2006 Annual Conference from June 24-27, at the New Orleans Convention Center. Knovel representative Bryan Keane will demonstrate the Knovel service at the Knovel booth (#3252).
New Orleans
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Brave New World or Publisher Lock-out: will VLEs transform the landscape of learning? - 28 Jun 2006
This year's Academic and Professional Division conference, jointly organised with University College London, will explore the present and future role of Virtual Learning Environments in higher education and what the publisher’s role should be.
Academics and publishers will talk on the benefits and drawbacks of using and developing VLEs. An open discussion, led by Huw Morris, Manchester Metropolitan University, will then debate the issues.
University College London
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