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Friday, November 8 • 12:45pm - 2:00pm
The New Normal: Publishers and the New Open Access Mixed Economy

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With the OSTP’s most recent calls for a government-wide public access policy and RCUK’s full implementation of such a plan, open access continues to challenge publishers, funding agencies, libraries, and authors to think differently and more broadly about the future of access to scholarly material.

Moderated by a member of the ACS Publications Customer Advisory Panel, join commercial, university, and society publishers as they discuss how they are strategizing for the future of OA and how their policies have evolved. This panel will explore the questions facing all stakeholders in the midst of this paradigm shift:

• Does the future of publishing mean a complete transition to OA?
• What are the implications for an OA/subscription mixed economy and is this the new normal?
• What, if any, are the unintended consequences of this new mixed economy for libraries, publishers, and authors?
• How much is too much when it comes to the deluge of scientific research and the problem of predatory publishers?
• What, if any, will be the impact on quality in this new normal economy?

Moderators
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Andrew White

Associate CIO for Health Sciences, Senior Director for Research Computing, Stony Brook University
Andrew has worked in academic/ research libraries for more than 25 years, holding positions as  Associate Director, Associate Dean, and Director. Prior to becoming the Associate CIO for Health Sciences, he was the Interim Dean of Libraries at Stony Brook University. Andrew is a member of Beta Phi Mu and holds a MLS from Queens College and a doctorate from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. He has several peer-reviewed and... Read More →

Speakers
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Rachel Burley

Vice President and Director, Open Access, Wiley
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Kevin Davies

VP Business Development, American Chemical Society
Kevin Davies PhD is a editor, author and publisher with more than 20 years' experience in science publishing. He is the founding editor of Nature Genetics and former editor-in-chief of Cell Press (following its acquisition in 2000 by Elsevier). He is the author of three popular science books, including "Cracking the Genome" and most recently "The $1,000 Genome" (Free Press, 2010). Before joining the ACS in 2013, Kevin was the founding editor of... Read More →
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Michael Magoulias

Journals Director, University of Chicago Press
Michael Magoulias began his publishing life as a sub-editor on British Vogue and Tatler. His subsequent career has been devoted to the sustaining rigors of academic and professional publishing, including Gale Research, Chadwyck-Healey, and Encyclopaedia Britannica. He spent 14 years at Elsevier, most recently serving as Publishing Director for "The Lancet" portfolio. Since April 2012, he has served as Director of the Journals Division of the... Read More →
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Simon Ross

Managing Director, Journals / Deputy MD Academic Publishing, Cambridge University Press
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Brett Rubinstein

Head of Business Development and Sales for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, Institute of Physics Publishing
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Bob Schatz

Institutional Engagement Manager, NA, Springer Nature
Bob, who holds a library degree from the University of Oregon, is a long-time participant in the Charleston Conference and the larger library community. He has been a part of and hosted numerous panels and presentations and contributed to library literature, including as a past columnist for Against the Grain. Having spent over thirty years in bookselling to academic libraries. Bob is now part of a newly formed team of Institutional Engagement... Read More →


Friday November 8, 2013 12:45pm - 2:00pm
Gold Ballroom, Francis Marion Hotel 387 King Street, Charleston, SC 29403

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