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ATGthePodcast 187 – A Conversation with Kent Anderson, Founder, Caldera Publishing Solutions

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ATGthePodcast 187 - A Conversation with Kent Anderson, Founder, Caldera Publishing Solutions
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Today we’re featuring a fascinating conversation with Kent Anderson, founder of Caldera Publishing Solutions, which provides strategic and business consulting for scientific and scholarly publishers. Kent also writes and edits the Geyser, a paid subscription e-newsletter covering  scholarly and scientific publishing and more.  Kent is interviewed by Matthew Ismail, editor in chief of the Charleston Briefings and a Conference Director.    

Social Media:

LinkedIn:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthew-ismail-1a6282a/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/kentranderson/

Twitter:@calderallc

Keywords: #scholarlyresearch, #scholarlypublishing, #STEMpublishing, #publishing, #STEM, #research, #knowledge, #libraries, #librarianship, #podcasts

ATGthePodcast 186 – Gary Price Interview with Heather Staines

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Charleston Hub
ATGthePodcast 186 - Gary Price Interview with Heather Staines
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Audio from the 2022 Charleston Conference brand new Leadership Interview Series. In this episode, Heather Staines, Senior Strategy Consultant, Delta Think and a Director for the Charleston Conference interviews Gary Price, co-Founder, InfoDJ, and Editor, InfoDOCKET.  Gary is also a librarian, consultant and researcher.

Video of the presentation available at: https://youtu.be/n7Icb9DlXpw

Social Media:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/heatherstaines/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/gdp100/

Twitter: @heatherstaines @infodocket

Keywords: #libraries, #librarians, #librarylove, #academiclibrary, #research, #information, #leaders, #leadership, #2022ChsConf, #publishing, #LibrariesAndPublishers #libraryissues, #libraryneeds,#librarychallenges, #libraryconference #podcast  

ATGthePodcast 185 – Data-Driven DEI Perspectives; Know Where You Are, so You Know Where You Need to Go

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Charleston Hub
ATGthePodcast 185 - Data-Driven DEI Perspectives; Know Where You Are, so You Know Where You Need to Go
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Audio from the 2022 Charleston Library Conference from the session titled “Data-Driven DEI Perspectives; Know Where You Are, so You Know Where You Need to Go.” This session was presented by Heather Staines, Senior Consultant, Delta Think; Gwen Evans, VP of Global Library Relations, Elsevier; Beth Blanton, Director of Collections, University of Virginia Libraries; Robyn Price, Bibliometrics Manager, Imperial College, London; and Lori Carlin, Chief Commercial Officer, Delta Think. 

Video of the presentation available at: https://youtu.be/F9aMMMB-QIY

Social Media:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/heatherstaines/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/gwenevans/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/beth-blanton-kent-89b0a31b/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/robyn-price-b88239153/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/loricarlin/

Twitter: @heatherstaines, @Litslibrarian, @robyn_price_,  @UVALibrary

Keywords: #libraries, #librarians, #DEI, #Data, #DataDriven, #information, #2022ChsConf, #LibrariesAndPublishers #libraryissues, #libraryneeds,#librarychallenges, #libraryconference #podcast  

ATGthePodcast 184 – A Conversation with Elliott Lumb, Founder and CEO, PeerRef

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Charleston Hub
ATGthePodcast 184 - A Conversation with Elliott Lumb, Founder and CEO, PeerRef
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Today we’re featuring a fascinating conversation with Elliott Lumb, Founder and CEO of PeerRef, which is described as “a journal-independent open peer review platform.”  Elliott says that he had initially hoped to disrupt the traditional publishing process with PeerRef by assisting authors to post their work online as a preprint, organize and publish the peer review for their work, and to give them all the pieces they need to satisfy funders and institutions. However, Elliott realized that organizing peer review is not the primary value proposition of a publisher since they add more value to research after publication. Elliott prefers now to think of PeerRef as a single point of peer review which will provide publishers with verified preprints which editors can evaluate for their suitability for their journal and publish much more quickly. By expanding the opportunity for qualified researchers around the world to do peer review, PeerRef would also create more equity and provide more viewpoints in the peer review system.

Social Media:

LinkedIn:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthew-ismail-1a6282a/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/elliott-peerref/

Twitter: @PeerRef

Keywords: #PeerRef, #Open, #OpenAccess, #OA, #PeerReview, #Preprints #Reviews, #openscience, #research, #knowledge, #accessible, #libraries, #librarianship, #publishing, #podcasts

ATGthePodcast 182 – “Afternoon Plenary: Values and Issues that Unite Us: The imperative for publishers, libraries and research institutions to join forces”

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ATGthePodcast 182 - "Afternoon Plenary: Values and Issues that Unite Us: The imperative for publishers, libraries and research institutions to join forces”
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Audio from the 2022 Charleston Library Conference from the Plenary Session titled: “Values and Issues that Unite Us: The imperative for publishers, libraries and research institutions to join forces” presented by Dr. Caroline Sutton, CEO, The International Association for Scientific, Medical and Technical Publishers (STM).

Video of the presentation available at: https://youtu.be/yV7Cb3Ln9V8

Social Media:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/caroline-sutton-90a0941/

Twitter: @CarolineSutton

Keywords: #libraries, #librarians, #publishing, #publisher, #scholarlypublishing, #scholarly, #openaccess, #OpenResearch, #OpenScience, #research #academiclibraries, #healthscience, #2022ChsConf, #LibrariesAndPublishers #libraryissues, #libraryneeds,#librarychallenges, #libraryconference #podcast  

ATGthePodcast 181 – A Conversation with Todd Carpenter, Executive Director of the National Information Standards Organization (NISO)

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Charleston Hub
ATGthePodcast 181 - A Conversation with Todd Carpenter, Executive Director of the National Information Standards Organization (NISO)
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Today we’re featuring a fascinating conversation with Todd Carpenter, the Executive Director of the National Information Standards Organization (NISO). Todd contributed an important essay to the recent Charleston Briefing called Artificial Intelligence in Libraries and Publishing, edited by Ruth Pickering and Matthew Ismail.  Matthew wanted to know why Todd (and NISO) are interested in AI. Todd’s answers to this general direction of questioning are both enlightening and compelling. Please enjoy this conversation with Todd Carpenter!

Social Media:

LinkedIn:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthew-ismail-1a6282a/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/toddacarpenter/

Twitter: @TAC_NISO @NISOInfo

 Keywords:  #NISO, #openscience, #AI, #artificialintelligence, #machinelearning, #scholpub, #scholarlypub, #information, #research, #researchcommunity, #efficiency, #collaboration, #dissemination, #education, #discover #scholars, #learning, #literacy, #innovation, #libraries, #librarianship, #publishing, #podcasts

ATGthePodcast 180 – A Conversation with Thafeer Atta, Co-Founder at Avicenna-Research

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Charleston Hub
ATGthePodcast 180 - A Conversation with Thafeer Atta, Co-Founder at Avicenna-Research
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Today we’re featuring a fascinating conversation with Thafeer Atta, Co-Founder of Avicenna Research, a newly formed company based in the United Arab Emirates with the purpose of enhancing and disseminating research from the Arab World. Thafeer is joined today on ATG the Podcast by Matthew Ismail, Editor in Chief of the Charleston Briefings and a conference director at the Charleston Conference.

Social Media: 

LinkedIn: 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthew-ismail-1a6282a/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/thafeer-atta-b125bb16/

Twitter: @Thafeer

 Keywords:  #Avicenna, #research, #researchcommunity, #collaboration, #dissemination, #education, #discover #digitalscience, #scholars, #learning, #literacy, #innovation, #libraries, #librarianship, #publishing, #podcasts

ATGthePodcast 179 – A Conversation with Ijad Madisch, CEO, Co-Founder, ResearchGate

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ATGthePodcast 179 - A Conversation with Ijad Madisch, CEO, Co-Founder, ResearchGate
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Ijad Madisch is described in Wikipedia as “a German virologist, founder and CEO of the research network ResearchGate and member of the Digital Council of the Cabinet of Germany.” As a scientist and entrepreneur, Ijad and his partners founded ResearchGate in 2008 with a handful of members and a “clear goal: to connect the world of science.” Since then, RG has become a giant presence in the scientific community, with 24 million members and a growing relationship with the major science publishers to syndicate their published output on the RG platform.

Ijad is joined today on ATG the Podcast by Matthew Ismail, Editor in Chief of the Charleston Briefings and a conference director at the Charleston Conference. Ijad and Matthew discuss the founding of ResearchGate, the growth of the company, and the challenges of online integration between researchers and the world of scholarly publishing on a grand scale. Please join us for this fascinating conversation with Ijad Madisch!

Social Media:

LinkedIn:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthew-ismail-1a6282a/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/ijad-madisch-4428229/

Twitter: @IjadMadisch

Keywords: #ResearchGate, #openAcess, #research, #openness, #collaboration, #libraries, #librarianship, #libraryissues #libraryneeds #librarycollections, #scholarlycommunication, #podcasts  #libraryconf #2022chsconf

ATGthePodcast 178 – A Conversation with Boaz Nadav Manes, University Librarian, Lehigh University Library

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ATGthePodcast 178 - A Conversation with Boaz Nadav Manes, University Librarian, Lehigh University Library
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Join us for our latest podcast episode featuring a conversation between Boaz Nadav Manes, University Librarian, Lehigh University Library, and Matthew Ismail, Editor in Chief of the Charleston Briefings and a Conference Director at the Charleston Conference.

Boaz is the University Librarian at Lehigh University. He previously worked in collection development and technical services at Brown University and Cornell University, as well as a stint with OCLC. Matthew and Boaz will discuss a new project, the Collaborative Collections Lifecycle Project, a vendor-neutral, open source, collaborative project on which Boaz has been working for years. Boaz says the mission of this new Project is to think “network first” in building and evaluating book collections at the level of the library, the consortium, and even at the national level. The CCLP would allow librarians, publishers and vendors to think strategically about book collection development, evaluation and preservation at scale and open new avenues of cooperation and rationalization of collecting activities.

Social Media:

LinkedIn:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthew-ismail-1a6282a/

Keywords: #collaboration, #libraries, #librarianship, #libraryissues #libraryneeds #librarycollections #NISO, #scholarlycommunication, #podcasts  #libraryconf #2022chsconf

ATGthePodcast 177 – A Conversation with Simon Linacre, Digital Science

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Charleston Hub
ATGthePodcast 177 - A Conversation with Simon Linacre, Digital Science
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Join us for our latest podcast episode featuring a conversation between Simon Linacre, Head of Content, Brand & Press at Digital Science, and Matthew Ismail, Editor in Chief of the Charleston Briefings and a Conference Director at the Charleston Conference.

Simon is a native of Northern England who worked as a journalist in London before beginning a new career in academic publishing with Emerald 20 years ago. In 2018 Simon began working with Cabell’s International, which is where his interest in predatory publishing began. Simon moved from Cabell’s to Digital Science seven months ago. In the podcast, Simon discusses scholarly publishing’s black market, including the difficulty of knowing the realities of predatory publishing without a whistleblower or other firsthand account, while also discussing some solutions.  Matthew and Simon will discuss what we know about predatory publishing and try to gain some clarity on the black-market trade in academic writing.

Simon Linacre has recently written an article for the Against the Grain blog and will soon publish his work for The Charleston Briefings, both of which you can find on the Charleston Hub website

Social Media:

LinkedIn:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthew-ismail-1a6282a/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/slinacre/

https://www.linkedin.com/company/digital-science/

Keywords: #libraries, #librarianship, #libraryissues #libraryneeds #publishers, #publishing #academicpublisher #scholarlyresearch, #scholarlycommunication, #podcasts  #libraryconf #2022chsconf

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