February 1, 2023
12 PM – 1 PM ET
Join us for a special, free webinar highlighting new and exciting industry innovations. Speakers will present solutions or technology in seven-minute presentations, providing a unique opportunity to get a glimpse of the latest developments in the industry.
Charles Hemenway, Publisher Solutions Director, Copyright Clearance Center
Chuck Hemenway is Director, Business Development for Copyright Clearance Center. He has been with CCC since 2002 and is responsible for helping publishers find efficiency through automation, technology and market-wide collaboration. His primary focus is the market-wide adoption of the RightsLink platform, and the exploration of new efficiencies and revenue opportunities for publishers.
Topic: OA Agreement Intelligence
Tom Beyer, Platform Services Director, KGL PubFactory
Tom Beyer is Platform Services Director at KGL PubFactory. He is responsible for the evolution of the PubFactory hosting platform and has been involved in the design and construction of scholarly publishing platforms since the late '90s.
Topic: Enhance Your Platform Experience with Freeform Content
Expectations for user experience have changed, and publishers need the ability to enrich their sites with different types of searchable, authored content that generates traffic while promoting thought leadership. The PubGen module on the PubFactory platform provides publishers with a host of tools to author content and extend the reach and discoverability of their core products.
Srinivasan "KG" Govindarajan, Head of Client Services, Research Content, Straive
Srinivasan K Govindarajan (KG) heads the Client Services and Solutions for the Research and Reference business at Straive. KG collaborates with key Clients and industry stakeholders to strategize and develop innovative solutions to meet emerging business requirements. He is based out of Manila, Philippines.
Topic: Enable Scalable Manuscript Transfers through Transfer Desk Suite
Tim Vines, Founder & CEO, DataSeer
Tim Vines is the Founder and Project Lead of DataSeer, a stakeholder toolkit to enable fast, efficient, and scalable promotion of Open Science. Prior to that, he founded Axios Review, an independent peer review company that helped authors find journals that wanted their paper. He was the Managing Editor for the journal Molecular Ecology for eight years, where he led their adoption of data sharing and numerous other initiatives. He writes for the industry-leading Scholarly Kitchen blog and has published research papers on peer review, data sharing, and reproducibility (including one that was covered by Vanity Fair). He has a PhD in evolutionary ecology from the University of Edinburgh and now lives in Vancouver, Canada.
Topic: Using AI to power Open Science
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