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ATGthePodcast 244 – Day Two, Part Two of the 2023 Charleston In Between

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Audio from Day Two, Part Two of the 2023 Charleston In Between

Today we’re featuring Audio from Day Two, Part Two of the 2023 Charleston In Between.  In this session, we’ll feature a large publisher’s perspective on publishing integrity, including challenges and solutions, Wiley’s Research Integrity organization and strategy, and the importance of collaboration. 

This session is presented by Michael Streeter, Director of Research Integrity and Publishing Ethics, Wiley. This session was organized and moderated by Leah Hinds, Executive Director, Charleston Hub, and Sven Fund, Managing Director, Reviewer Credits.

Video of the presentation available at:  https://youtu.be/e_t32vTflLs?si=ViILK6LaUXTwSLC4

Social Media:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/mike-streeter-a9a63021/

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

https://www.linkedin.com/in/leah-hinds-297b31144/

Twitter:

Keywords: #Research, #ResearchIntegrity, #ResearchSharing, #PublishingIntegrity, #PeerReview, #AcademicWriting, #ScholarlyWriting, #ScholarlyResource, #AcademicJournal,  #scholcomm, #collaboration,  #engagement, #problemsolvers, #academics, #publishing, #ScholarlyPublishing, #publishingnews, #informationaccess, #AcademicPublishing, #libraries, #librarians, #information, #2023ChsConf,  #LibrariesAndVendors, #libraryvendors, #LibrariesAndPublishers, #libraryissues, #libraryneeds,#librarylove, #librarychallenges, #libraryconference #podcast  

ATGthePodcast 243 – Audio from Day Two, Part One of the 2023 Charleston In Between

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Today we’re featuring Audio from Day Two, Part One of the 2023 Charleston In Between.  In this session, we’ll feature both a small publisher’s perspective and then a large publisher’s perspective on publishing integrity. 

This session is presented by John Chen, Director of Development, Tech Science Press, and Michael Streeter, Director of Research Integrity and Publishing Ethics, Wiley. This session was organized and moderated by Leah Hinds, Executive Director, Charleston Hub, and Sven Fund, Managing Director, Reviewer Credits.

Video of the presentation available at: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_CKemRwP3Ck

Social Media:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-chen-2a82971b7/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/mike-streeter-a9a63021/

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

https://www.linkedin.com/in/leah-hinds-297b31144/

Twitter:

Keywords: #Research, #ResearchIntegrity, #ResearchSharing, #PublishingIntegrity, #PeerReview, #AcademicWriting, #ScholarlyWriting, #ScholarlyResource, #AcademicJournal,  #scholcomm, #collaboration,  #engagement, #problemsolvers, #academics, #publishing, #ScholarlyPublishing, #publishingnews, #informationaccess, #AcademicPublishing, #libraries, #librarians, #information, #2023ChsConf,  #LibrariesAndVendors, #libraryvendors, #LibrariesAndPublishers, #libraryissues, #libraryneeds,#librarylove, #librarychallenges, #libraryconference #podcast  

ATGthePodcast 242 – Day One, Part Three of the 2023 Charleston In Between

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Audio from Day One, Part Three of the 2023 Charleston In Between

Today we’re featuring Audio from Day One, Part Three of the 2023 Charleston In Between.  In this session, we’ll discuss defining integrity standards in publishing.

This session is presented by Nadita Quaderi, Clarivate, and was organized and moderated by Sven Fund, Managing Director, Reviewer Credits, and Leah Hinds, Executive Director, Charleston Hub.

Video of the presentation available at: 

https://youtu.be/2dpB3WERvcY?si=RXlb_GlUIGOYo9WQ

Social Media:

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

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

https://www.linkedin.com/in/leah-hinds-297b31144/

Twitter:

Keywords: #Research, #ResearchIntegrity, #ResearchSharing, #PublishingIntegrity, #PeerReview, #AcademicWriting, #ScholarlyWriting, #ScholarlyResource, #AcademicJournal,  #scholcomm, #collaboration,  #engagement, #problemsolvers, #academics, #publishing, #ScholarlyPublishing, #publishingnews, #informationaccess, #AcademicPublishing, #libraries, #librarians, #information, #2023ChsConf,  #LibrariesAndVendors, #libraryvendors, #LibrariesAndPublishers, #libraryissues, #libraryneeds,#librarylove, #librarychallenges, #libraryconference #podcast  

ATGthePodcast 241 – Day One, Part Two of the 2023 Charleston In Between

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Today we’re featuring Audio from Day One, Part Two of the 2023 Charleston In Between.  In this session, we’ll discuss publishing integrity from the librarian perspective, the role that institutions and libraries have in publishing integrity as well as the papermill crises and why it is happening and what is being done to fix it.

This session is presented by Curtis Brundy of Iowa State University, and was organized and moderated by Sven Fund, Managing Director, Reviewer Credits, and Leah Hinds, Executive Director for the Charleston Hub.

Video of the presentation available at: 

https://youtu.be/2dpB3WERvcY?si=RXlb_GlUIGOYo9WQ

Social Media:

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

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

https://www.linkedin.com/in/leah-hinds-297b31144/

Twitter:

Keywords: #Research, #ResearchIntegrity, #ResearchSharing, #PublishingIntegrity, #PeerReview, #AcademicWriting, #ScholarlyWriting, #ScholarlyResource, #AcademicJournal,  #scholcomm, #collaboration,  #engagement, #problemsolvers, #academics, #publishing, #ScholarlyPublishing, #publishingnews, #informationaccess, #AcademicPublishing, #libraries, #librarians, #information, #2023ChsConf,  #LibrariesAndVendors, #libraryvendors, #LibrariesAndPublishers, #libraryissues, #libraryneeds,#librarylove, #librarychallenges, #libraryconference #podcast  

ATGthePodcast 240 – Day One of the 2023 Charleston In Between

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Audio from Day One of the 2023 Charleston In Between

Today we’re featuring Audio from Day One of the 2023 Charleston In Between.  In this session, we’ll discuss why integrity in research and publishing matters, and Institutions, libraries and their roles in research integrity. Also, how to define integrity standards in publishing with integrity.

This session is presented by Mohammed Hosseini,  Northwestern University, Curtis Brundy of Iowa State University, and Nadita Quaderi, Clarivate. The session is organized and moderated by Sven Fund, Managing Director, Reviewer Credits, and Leah Hinds, Executive Director for the Charleston Hub.

Video of the presentation available at: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DSmTRjDkIE&t=38s

Social Media:

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

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

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

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

https://www.linkedin.com/in/leah-hinds-297b31144/

Twitter:

Keywords: #Research, #ResearchIntegrity, #ResearchSharing, #PublishingIntegrity, #PeerReview, #AcademicWriting, #ScholarlyWriting, #ScholarlyResource, #AcademicJournal,  #scholcomm, #collaboration,  #engagement, #problemsolvers, #academics, #publishing, #ScholarlyPublishing, #publishingnews, #informationaccess, #AcademicPublishing, #libraries, #librarians, #information, #2023ChsConf,  #LibrariesAndVendors, #libraryvendors, #LibrariesAndPublishers, #libraryissues, #libraryneeds,#librarylove, #librarychallenges, #libraryconference #podcast  

ATGthePodcast 239 – A Conversation With Euan Adie, founder of Altmetrics and Overton

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ATGthePodcast 239 - A Conversation With Euan Adie, founder of Altmetrics and Overton
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Today’s episode features a guest host, Michael Upshall, Community and Outreach Manager at Core, who talks with Euan Adie, founder of Altmetrics and Overton.

Euan is originally from Aberdeen, Scotland. He studied computer science at Edinburgh University. Euan talks about his background and early career working in the field of medical genetics and bioinformatics at Edinburgh University, blending his computer science background with life sciences, as well as how he came to found Altmetrics, a startup focused on tracking the attention that scholarly articles receive online, and Overton, a startup which links policy documents to the research that influences them, highlighting the impact of scholarly work on government policies.  Euan shares his valuable experiences and insight on start-ups. 

Social Media:

LinkedIn:

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

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

Twitter:

Keywords: #Overton, #policy, #PolicyEngagement, #Discovery, #DiscoveryTool, #scicomm, #scholcomm, #ScholarlyCommunication, #scientists, #research, #ResearchImpact, #researchers, #OA, #OpenAccess, #PoweringResearch, #knowledge, #efficiency, #innovation, #awareness, #career, #partnerships, #collaboration, #libraries, #librarianship, #LibraryNeeds, #LibraryLove, #ScholarlyPublishing, #AcademicPublishing, #publishing, #LibrariesAndPublishers, #podcasts

ATGthePodcast 238 – A Conversation with Bianca Kramer, Advisor, Analyst and workshop facilitator at SesameOpenScience

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ATGthePodcast 238 - A Conversation with Bianca Kramer, Advisor, Analyst and workshop facilitator at SesameOpenScience
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Today’s episode features a guest host, Michael Upshall,  Community and Outreach Manager at Core, who talks with Bianca Kramer, Advisor, Analyst and workshop facilitator at SesameOpenScience.

Bianca shares her transition from scientist to librarian, driven by a desire for broader interests and family time. She found a balance by working in a university library, supporting research without direct involvement. The discussion delves into the evolving role of libraries in scholarly communication, emphasizing knowledge transfer and supporting researchers. Infographics and digital tools are noted for their relevance, despite ongoing digital innovation. The conversation extends to the impact of digital innovation on research workflows and collaboration, highlighting the importance of adapting to the evolving landscape.

Open access, research integrity, and the Barcelona Declaration are discussed, along with the OSTP memo’s potential influence on open access in North America. They further discuss open science, collaborations, and open access publishing strategies, stressing the importance of early discussions and staying informed. Resources like university libraries, social media platforms, and projects such as OATP are recommended. Peer review’s significance remains, though preprints are changing scholarly publishing. The conversation concludes with a call for continuous improvement and innovation in scholarly communication, considering both technological advancements and ethical considerations. Bianca emphasizes the value of open access publishing and the need for values alongside economic considerations in academia. The impact of digital sovereignty and evolving evaluation methods in scholarly communication are also touched upon, highlighting the ongoing need for development in the field.

Social Media:

LinkedIn:

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

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

Twitter:

Keywords: #SesameOpenScience, #Discovery, #scicomm, #scholcomm, #ScholarlyCommunication, #scientists, #research, #researchimpact, #researchers, #OA, #OpenAccess, #PoweringResearch, #knowledge, #efficiency, #innovation, #awareness,  #career, #partnerships, #collaboration, #libraries, #librarianship, #LibraryNeeds, #LibraryLove, #ScholarlyPublishing, #AcademicPublishing, #publishing, #LibrariesAndPublishers, #podcasts

ATGthePodcast 237 – 2023 Thursday Keynote by James Daunt, CEO, Barnes & Noble

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ATGthePodcast 237 - 2023 Thursday Keynote by James Daunt, CEO, Barnes & Noble
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Audio from the 2023 Charleston Conference from the Thursday Keynote presented by James Daunt, CEO, Barnes & Noble.

Today we’re featuring Audio from the 2023 Charleston Conference from the Thursday Keynote presented by James Daunt, Chief Executive Officer of Barnes & Noble, the world’s largest retail bookseller, of stationery and gift retailer Paper Source and of Waterstones, the largest retail bookseller in the United Kingdom. In this session, he talks about the importance of reading in a year where book bans have dominated the headlines and how both libraries and bookstores complement each other in encouraging reading and making books available to all.

Video of the presentation available at:  https://youtu.be/Y0e68XEkPl8?si=JnSutQOss1iNRtxz

 Social Media:

https://www.linkedin.com/company/barnes-&-noble/

Twitter:

Keywords: #JamesDaunt #barnesandnoble #entrepreneurship, #RetailInnovation, #bookstores, #booksellers, #printbookmarket, #scholcomm, #collaboration,#engagement, #problemsolvers, #academics, #publishing, #ScholarlyPublishing, #AcademicPublishing, #libraries, #librarians, #information, #2023ChsConf,  #LibrariesAndVendors, #LibrariesAndPublishers, #libraryissues, #libraryneeds,#librarylove, #librarychallenges, #libraryconference #podcast  

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

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