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ATGthePodcast 235 – 2023 Long Arm of the Law Session

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ATGthePodcast 235 - 2023 Long Arm of the Law Session
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Audio recorded at the 2023 Charleston Conference from the 14th annual “Long Arm of the Law” session.

This session was presented by Kyle K. Courtney, Director of Copyright & Information Policy, Harvard University and Michelle Wu, Retired Associate Dean of Library Services, Director of Law Library, and Professor of Law, (retired) and moderated by Ann Okerson, Director, Offline Internet Consortium.

Video of the presentation available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dtyovk_Kzvs

Social Media:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/ann-okerson-1b171b5/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/kyle-k-courtney-221b099/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/michelle-wu-a1179219/

Twitter:

Keywords: #AI, #ArtificialIntelligence, #copyright, #CopyrightIssues, #data, #information, #licensing, #fairuse, #knowledge, #research #scholcomm, #collaboration,#engagement, #problemsolvers, #publishing, #libraries, #librarians, #information, #2023ChsConf,  #LibrariesAndVendors, #LibrariesAndPublishers, #libraryissues, #libraryneeds,#librarylove, #librarychallenges, #libraryconference #podcast  

ATGthePodcast 234 – A Conversation with Jay Patel, Head of Sales and Business Development for the Americas, Cactus Communications

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ATGthePodcast 234 - A Conversation with Jay Patel, Head of Sales and Business Development for the Americas, Cactus Communications
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In today’s episode, Matthew Ismail, a Conference Director and Editor in Chief of the Charleston Briefings, talks with Jay Patel, Head of Sales and Business Development for the Americas, Cactus Communications.

Jay says he first learned how to sell in a tough environment by selling printers and copiers door to door. Then, he worked in the publishing industry for over 15 years with a medical publisher and an open access publisher before working as a consultant for startups in video and advertising. Three years ago, he joined Cactus Communications, based in Mumbai, as the head of sales and business development for the Americas, working across all their various brands with publishers and societies to help them integrate technology such as AI into their various different businesses.

Jay says Cactus Communications was founded over 21 years ago as a way to help authors and researchers who spoke English as an additional language to get their content up to a level where it could be published in English journals based out of the west or global North, and it evolved from there to also include not only the editorial side but also technology within the AI space, communications and marketing services, and mobile apps to assist researchers and scientists with discovery and visualization tools.     

Social Media:

LinkedIn:

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

https://www.linkedin.com/in/jaypatel-ai-nlp-sdg-publishing/

Twitter:

Keywords: #CactusCommunications, #AI, #Discovery, #scicomm, #scholcomm, #ScholarlyCommunication, #research, #researchimpact, #researchers, #PoweringResearch, #authors, #innovation, #partnerships, #collaboration, #libraries, #librarianship, #LibraryNeeds, #LibraryLove, #ScholarlyPublishing, #AcademicPublishing, #publishing, #LibrariesAndPublishers, #podcasts

ATGthePodcast 233 – A Conversation With Jignesh Bhate, Founder & CEO, Molecular Connections

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ATGthePodcast 233 - A Conversation With Jignesh Bhate, Founder & CEO, Molecular Connections
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In today’s episode, Matthew Ismail, a Conference Director and Editor in Chief of the Charleston Briefings, talks with Jignesh Bhate, Founder and CEO, Molecular Connections.

Matthew and Jignesh talk about his background which began in journalism and accounting and how he came to found Molecular Connections over 20 years ago. Jignesh says the mission of Molecular Connections was the same in 2002 as it is today: to accelerate research.   In addition, he says the value proposition for customers is also building a partnership and how to add value by creating new products, incorporating machine learning software, automated workflows and creating new revenue models. He talks about research integrity and ways of finding better reviewers, also using technology to increase customers’ bandwidth to do high value work while saving time and helping editors to make better decisions, also to shorten the time to market between the manuscript and publication. He says Molecular Connections also works to help shorten and improve the cost base of smaller society publishers. 

Social Media:

LinkedIn:

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

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

Keywords: #MolecularConnections, #sciencepublishing, sciencecommunication, #datascience, #healthscience, #machinelearning, #innovation, #partnerships, #collaboration, #libraries, #librarianship, #LibraryNeeds, #LibraryLove, #ScholarlyPublishing, #AcademicPublishing, #publishing, #LibrariesAndPublishers, #podcasts

ATGthePodcast 232 – A Conversation With Steve Fallon, President, De Gruyter

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ATGthePodcast 232 - A Conversation With Steve Fallon, President, De Gruyter
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Audio from the 2023 Charleston Conference Leadership Interview Series. Meg White, Senior Consultant, Delta Think, and a Director of the Charleston Conference, interviews Steve Fallon, President, De Gruyter.

Meg and Steve talk about his new role as President of De Gruyter, and what he sees as the organization’s biggest challenges but also opportunities and what he’s most excited about. Steve talks about the recent merger between De Gruyter and Brill, why it came about and the impact this will have for humanities publishing and scholarship and what it will mean for libraries, also De Gruyter’s ebound initiative and how De Gruyter has been an innovator in developing alternative book funding models through collaboration and bringing people together.

Steve is a long-time participant of the Charleston Conference, and he talks about his experiences at the 2023 Fall event, how open access seemed to be the hot topic, and that we also need to think about OA along with financial sustainability. He feels that the Charleston Community offers more direct engagement with stakeholders and more opportunities for meaningful discussions, and some very important meetings that have taken place in Charleston for him.

Video of the Interview is available at: https://youtu.be/1cICskqp4Ek

Social Media:

LinkedIn:

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

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

Twitter:

Keywords:   #DeGruyter, #Brill, #Humanities, #OA, #OpenAccess, #sustainability #innovation,  #growth, #LeadershipDevelopment, #entrepreneurship, #leaders, #leadership, #2023ChsConf, #libraries, #librarianship, #LibraryNeeds, #LibraryLove, #ScholarlyPublishing, #AcademicPublishing, #publishing, #LibrariesAndPublishers, #podcasts

ATGthePodcast 231 – A Conversation With Judy Verses, President, Academic and Government Markets, Elsevier

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ATGthePodcast 231 - A Conversation With Judy Verses, President, Academic and Government Markets, Elsevier
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Audio from the 2023 Charleston Conference Leadership Interview Series. Meg White, Senior Consultant, Delta Think, and a Director of the Charleston Conference, interviews Judy Verses, President, Academic and Government Markets, Elsevier.

Meg and Judy talk about Judy’s diverse background and how she came into the scholarly publishing industry and her current role at Elsevier, one of oldest publishing houses in the world with an incredible history of content, just celebrating the 200th anniversary of their medical journal: The Lancet. She says Elsevier is focused on innovation, and on the data and analytics side and leveraging quality, trusted content to take knowledge to the next level. She also talks about Scopus and its use of Generative AI, which she says helps the librarian enable the researcher to be as effective as possible.

Judy attended the Charleston Conference for the first time this year, and she says how valuable it is to engage in dialogue, and how making connections in person in Charleston is powerful and how it will help everyone learn and grow.  She also talks about the keynote in which she presented about “coopetition,” a term which she says is based upon an interconnected ecosystem with the researcher at the center, and that to enable the efficacy of the researcher, all the players need to work tightly together. She says competition is important because when you compete with the best, you drive, push and innovate to do a better job on behalf of your customers. 

Video of the Interview is available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jR2ORvSP9xM

Social Media:

LinkedIn:

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

https://www.linkedin.com/in/judy-verses-18433946/

Keywords:   #Elsevier, #Scopus, #AI, #GenAI, #research, #researchers, #innovation,  #growth, #edtech, #data, #LeadershipDevelopment, #entrepreneurship, #leaders, #leadership, #2023ChsConf, #libraries, #librarianship, #LibraryNeeds, #LibraryLove, #ScholarlyPublishing, #AcademicPublishing, #publishing, #LibrariesAndPublishers, #podcasts

ATGthePodcast 230 – A Conversation With Michelle Wu, Retired Associate Dean of Library Services, Director of Law Library and Professor of Law

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ATGthePodcast 230 - A Conversation With Michelle Wu, Retired Associate Dean of Library Services, Director of Law Library and Professor of Law
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Audio from the 2023 Charleston Conference Leadership Interview Series. Heather Staines, Senior Strategy Consultant, Delta Think and a Director for the Charleston Conference interviews Michelle Wu, Retired Associate Dean of Library Services, Director of Law Library and Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Library.

Michelle has over 25 years of experience in libraries, mainly in academic law libraries, but she also oversaw IT, finance, administration, and human resources for the law school in addition to directing the law library.

Heather and Michelle talk about how she got involved in librarianship, what it was like at the reference desk years ago and the shifts that she saw overtime, the work that she has done in copyright and building digital collections, how the conversation around CDL changed with covid closures and the pandemic and using strategy to help move that conversation forward. Michelle talks about her experiences at the Charleston Conference where she participated in the Long Arm of the Law session. Michelle says it is a rich and unusual conference where she leaves a session and hears all the participants still discussing the topic and exploring it in greater depth from new angles with true engagement, which she attributes more to the characteristics of fellow attendees she encounters who come to Charleston wearing multiple hats with different perspectives which allows for these rich conversations. 

Video of the Interview is available at: https://youtu.be/ub3ZJKeMjOU

Social Media:

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

https://www.linkedin.com/in/michelle-wu-a1179219/

Keywords:   #LawSchool, #LawLibrary, #LegalEducation, #CDL, #DigitalLending, #DigitalCollections, #copyright, #LeadershipDevelopment, #entrepreneurship, #leaders, #leadership, #2023ChsConf, #libraries, #librarianship, #LibraryNeeds, #LibraryLove, #ScholarlyPublishing, #AcademicPublishing, #publishing, #LibrariesAndPublishers, #podcasts

ATGthePodcast 229 – A Conversation with Bar Veinstein, President, Academia & Government, Clarivate

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ATGthePodcast 229 - A Conversation with Bar Veinstein, President, Academia & Government, Clarivate
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Audio from the 2023 Charleston Conference Leadership Interview Series. Heather Staines, Senior Strategy Consultant, Delta Think and a Director for the Charleston Conference interviews Bar Veinstein, President, Academia & Government, Clarivate.

Heather and Bar talk about his background and how he came to join Clarivate in a newly created position last year, how technology in libraries has changed and how libraries have been change agents as early adopters of technology ahead of other industries, not just in the libraries but beyond campus. He says Clarivate’s mission is to offer services to help libraries expand beyond the core for libraries to be successful. Bar says Clarivate is constantly searching for ways to help the library engage and interact with other stakeholders on campus to show and extend the value of the libraries to help everyone be successful.

Bar also talks about his experiences with the Charleston Conference and the keynote panel presentation on the need for scholarly publishing and the impact of open research.

Video of the Interview is available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_ZEzByVSiI

 Social Media:

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

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

Keywords:   #Clarivate, #technology, #innovation, #AI, #GenAI, #thinkforward, #LeadershipDevelopment, #entrepreneurship, #leaders, #leadership, #2023ChsConf, #libraries, #librarianship, #LibraryNeeds, #LibraryLove, #ScholarlyPublishing, #AcademicPublishing, #publishing, #LibrariesAndPublishers, #podcasts

ATGthePodcast 228 – A Conversation With Richard Gallagher, President, Editor-in-Chief, Annual Reviews

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ATGthePodcast 228 - A Conversation With Richard Gallagher, President, Editor-in-Chief, Annual Reviews
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Audio from the 2023 Charleston Conference Leadership Interview Series. Erin Gallagher, Chair, Acquisitions and Collections Services of the University of Florida Libraries, and a Director of the Charleston Conference, interviews Richard Gallagher, President, Editor-in-Chief, Annual Reviews.

Erin and Richard talk about what attracted him to the sciences at an early age and his first move into publishing years ago with becoming editor for Immunology Today. Richard also talks about how he first became involved with the Charleston Conference and why the Charleston Hub is a really good fit with Annual Reviews.

Video of the Interview is available at:  https://youtu.be/mqbjWyTLTyY

Social Media:

LinkedIn:

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

https://www.linkedin.com/in/erin-gallagher-39a2b211/

Twitter:

Keywords:    #annualreviews, #scholcomm, #research, #AdvanceResearch, #sciences, #ResearchPublication, #LeadershipDevelopment, #entrepreneurship, #leaders, #leadership, #collaboration, #2023ChsConf, #libraries, #librarianship, #LibraryResources, #LibraryNeeds, #LibraryLove, #ScholarlyPublishing, #ScholarlyWriting, #ScholarlyPub, #AcademicPublishing, #publishing, #LibrariesAndPublishers, #podcasts

ATGthePodcast 228 – A Conversation with Lindsay Cronk, Dean of Libraries, Tulane University

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Charleston Hub
ATGthePodcast 228 - A Conversation with Lindsay Cronk, Dean of Libraries, Tulane University
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Audio from the 2023 Charleston Conference Leadership Interview Series. Erin Gallagher, Chair, Acquisitions and Collections Services of the University of Florida Libraries, and a Director of the Charleston Conference, interviews Lindsay Cronk, Dean of Libraries, Tulane University.

Lindsay was the first elected president of Core and co-founder of PeMento, a peer mentoring cohort for mid-career librarians. In this interview, Erin and Lindsay discuss Lindsay’s background and how she came into librarianship. They also talk about today’s MLIS programs and the most essential values and skills that these programs should be imparting to students. Lindsay feels that learning through listening and change management are important leadership values and how vital it is to set and keep consistency and regularity in routines to create a frame in which to thrive.  Lindsay tells us how she got involved with the Charleston Conference and what she looks forward to the most each year.

Video of the Interview is available at: https://youtu.be/8lMJsRE6hiU

Social Media:

LinkedIn:

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

https://www.linkedin.com/in/erin-gallagher-39a2b211/

Keywords: #ALACore, #PeMento, #TulaneUniversity, #HigherEd, #LeadershipDevelopment, #entrepreneurship, #leaders, #leadership, #collaboration, #2023ChsConf, #libraries, #librarianship, #LibraryNeeds, #LibraryLove, #ScholarlyPublishing, #AcademicPublishing, #publishing, #LibrariesAndPublishers, #podcasts

ATGthePodcast 226 – A Conversation with Kyle Courtney, Director of Copyright and Information Policy, Harvard University

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ATGthePodcast 226 - A Conversation with Kyle Courtney, Director of Copyright and Information Policy, Harvard University
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Audio from the 2023 Charleston Conference Leadership Interview Series. Meg White, Senior Consultant, Delta Think, and a Director of the Charleston Conference, interviews Kyle Courtney, Director of Copyright and Information Policy, Harvard University. 

Kyle is both a lawyer and a librarian. He founded the Copyright First Responders which responds to copyright inquiries from across Harvard and provides a Harvard-wide network of copyright expertise to draw upon. This helps advance teaching, learning and scholarship through community engagement with copyright. Kyle also recently helped to create Library Futures, which helps libraries to take control of their digital future.

Social Media:

LinkedIn:

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

https://www.linkedin.com/in/kyle-k-courtney-221b099/

Keywords:   #LibraryFutures, #CopyrightFirstResponders, #HarvardUniversity, #copyright, #access, #accessibility, #digital, #digitization, #licensing, #LeadershipDevelopment, #entrepreneurship, #leaders, #leadership, #2023ChsConf, #libraries, #librarianship, #LibraryNeeds, #LibraryLove, #ScholarlyPublishing, #AcademicPublishing, #publishing, #LibrariesAndPublishers, #podcasts

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