Forum on the Dynamics of Science Publishing
Sticker Shock: Micro- and Macropolitics of the Academic Serials Crisis from a Researcher's Perspective by Professor Philippe Baveye [Microsoft PowerPoint] (955.5Kb)
Innovation in the editorial process: Perspectives from Elsevier journal publishing by Friso Veenstra [Microsoft PowerPoint] (665.5Kb)
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Baveye, Philippe C.; Veenstra, Friso; Saylor, John M.
Forum on the Dynamics of Science Publishing, 3-4:30PM, Thursday, October 9, 2008. Cornell University Library sponsored a forum for debate on the dynamics of science publishing in the early 21st century. Three panelists - an academic researcher, a science librarian, and a commercial publisher - offered their candid assessment and professional perspective on the state of the STM publishing industry and its impact on authors, libraries, and the consumers of science scholarship. The panelists were: *Dr. Philippe C. Baveye* is currently Director and Chair of Soil Ecosystem Modelling,SIMBIOS Centre, University of Abertay Dundee, Dundee, Scotland. He also is Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Hydrology (Elsevier). He was formerly an Associate Professor, Cornell University in Biological and Environmental Engineering. *Friso Veenstra*, is the publisher responsible for Elsevier's journals in earth and planetary sciences. *John M. Saylor* is Cornell University Library's Interim Associate University Librarian for Scholarly Communication and Collections and is also the Director of the Engineering Library.
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Science Publishing; Science Scholarship