Breaking the Print Model in Digital Delivery
Over the years there have been many calls for an article of the future in digital delivery and yet users have shown a consistent preference for downloading the PDF version. Is this finally starting to change? This webinar will cover ways the publishers are finding to provide real value to their users that take advantage of the digital medium. And how are these publishers figuring out what is working versus what isn't? Get a view into where article delivery is going in the future and how to provide significant extra value for your users.
Rupert Mann, Digital Development Programme Manager, Academic Division, Oxford University Press
Rupert Mann has worked at Oxford University Press for over twenty years, first as data manager for the 2004 print and online editions of the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, and subsequently on a range of academic online products in the humanities. He has most recently been involved in OUP’s online publication of complex editions of important novels, plays, poems, diaries, and letters, in Oxford Scholarly Editions Online – a product which aims to present to its users a balance of fidelity to the original printed edition with more forward-looking possibilities offered by digital publication.
Pierre Montagano, Director of Business Development, Code Ocean
Pierre leads sales and business development for Code Ocean, a cloud-based computational reproducibility platform that provides researchers and developers easier ways to share, discover and run code published in academic journals and conferences.
Prior to Code Ocean, Pierre was the director of sales at Squid Solutions, a usage analytics company that enables publishers to become more data-driven by providing an open-source solution for building analytics apps. He has held both product marketing and sales leadership positions with some of the world’s leading scientific and education publishing companies including Pearson, McGraw-Hill and Cambridge University Press.
Giuliano Maciocci, Head of product
Giuliano joined eLife in June 2015 after almost two decades in the high-tech corporate sector, where he applied his User Experience and Product Management skills to the creation of a broad range of digital experiences. With a strong focus on the user journey and a passion for innovation, Giuliano's key mission at eLife is to explore new opportunities to expand eLife's contribution to the scientific community, from an improved journal experience to innovative tools for authors and researchers.
Webinar Registration Pricing:
SSP Member - $50
SSP Nonmember - $75
AAUP, NASIG, NFAIS, NISO, LPC, ACSE Registration - $60
April 17, 2018
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Eastern Time
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