Membership and Mission: An Introduction to Society and Association Publishing
This training seminar will provide attendees with a broad overview of society and association publishing, giving them the “quick start” they need to grasp the mission and role of these publishers and their challenges and goals within the broader context of the academic ecosystem. The session program is composed of several “modules” covering the major facets of society and association publishing:
- Welcome: What Is Society Publishing?
- Janine Chiappa McKenna, American Anthropological Association
- Robert Harington, American Mathematical Society
- Engaging and Growing Membership
- Anna Jester, eJournal Press
- Tricia Miller, Annual Reviews
- Working with Partners
- Mercedes Simoncelli, Wolters Kluwer
- Swapna Padhye, Wiley
- Nate Smith, American Accounting Association
- Publishing Models and Open Access
- Angela Cochran, ASCO
- Willa Liburd Tavernier, Indiana University Libraries
- Matt Giampoala, AGU
- Business Models
- Vida Damijonaitis, JAMA
- Chelsea Tharp, BioOne
- Books and Other Non-Journal Publications
- Simone Taylor, AIP Publishing
- Barrett Winston, American Academy of Pediatrics
- Toward More Diverse, Equitable, and Inclusive Societies and Associations
- Randy Townsend, PLOS
- Patricia Baskin, Executive Editor, American Academy of Neurology
Featuring speakers from a broad range of societies, the program has been designed especially for earlier- to mid-career professionals currently working in scholarly publishing and hoping to gain a more rounded perspective on the society and association publishing environment. It will also be useful to partners and service providers wishing to enhance their understanding of the critical role that societies and associations play within their disciplines and within scholarly communications more broadly.
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