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PreConference Session

Transitioning to Open Access: Canadian Library Association (CLA) Preconference Session
Heather Joseph, Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC)
Heather Morrison, BC Electronic Library Network
Kathleen Shearer, Canadian Association of Research Libraries

PreConference Workshops

PKP Technical Workshop ODP
Alec Smecher, Public Knowledge Project
Kevin Stranack, Public Knowledge Project
OJS in an Afternoon Workshop HTML
Kevin Stranack, Public Knowledge Project
Jon Whipple, Public Knowledge Project
Mia Quint-Rapoport, The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto
PKP Software Plugin Session ODP
Alec Smecher, Public Knowledge Project
MJ Suhonos, Public Knowledge Project

Keynote

Keynote Presentation MP3
John Willinsky, Public Knowledge Project

Plenary Sessions

Publishing Cooperatives PPT MP3
Raym Crow, Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC)
Google Scholar Digitization Initiatives
Anurag Acharya
PKP and Leading Edge Developments ODP
Alec Smecher, Public Knowledge Project
MJ Suhonos, Public Knowledge Project
Mark Jordan, Public Knowledge Project
Kevin Stranack, Public Knowledge Project
Open Medicine: New Standards of Access and Independence PPT MP3
Anita Palepu, Centre for Health Evaluation and Outcome Sciences, University of British Columbia
Open access: Necessary but not sufficient MP3
Michael Geist, University of Ottawa

Journal editors, publishers, researchers in scholarly publishing

PKP and its Digital Humanities 'Readership' PPT
Ray Siemens, English, U Victoria
Challenging ISI Thomson Scientific's Journal Citation Reports: Deconstructing "Objective", "Impact", and "Global" PDF
Isagani Cruz, De La Salle University
OJS in Brazil: A report on Ibict's implementation and technology transfer of PKP's OJS PPT
Ramón Fonseca, Coordenação de Desenvolvimento de Sistemas
The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy's Publishing and Funding Model: What it Means for Open Access and the Library Community MP3
Edward Zalta, CSLI/Stanford University
New Models of Peer-Review: Implications for the Different Roles Journals Play in Scholarly Communities PDF PPT
David Solomon, Michigan State University
The Impact of Open Journal Systems on a Mexican Journal PPT
Alejandro Cabello-Pasini, University of Baja California
Open Access Web-Only Peer-Reviewed Journal for Radiology Case Reports: Development and Implementation PPT
Felix Chew, Department of Radiology, University of Washington
*Michael Richardson, Department of Radiology, University of Washington
*Kira Lichtenfeld, Department of Radiology, University of Washington
*Annemarie Relyea-Chew, Department of Radiology, University of Washington
Opening up scholarly information at the University of Illinois at Chicago PPT MP3
Nancy John, University of Illinois at Chicago
Edward Valauskas, First Monday
Mark Mattaini, Behavior and Social Issues
Mary Case, University Librarian, University of Illinois at Chicago
Using a Tetradic Network Method and a Transaction Cost Economic Analysis to Illustrate an Economic Model for an Open-Access Medical Journal PDF MP3
Michael Mills, Department of Radiation Oncology, School of Medicine, University of Louisville
*Judah Thornewill, Department of Health Management and Systems Sciences, School of Public Health and Information Sciences, University of Louisville
*Robert Esterhay, Department of Health Management and Systems Sciences, School of Public Health and Information Sciences, University of Louisville
Living Reviews - Open Access Online Publications
Christina Weyher, Max Planck Digital Library (in the Max Planck Society)
Lessons learned from a decade of open access publishing: The Resilience Alliances experience PPT
Michelle Lee, Ecology and Society
A Case Study of Online Publishing at CJC-Online: Experiences, Insights, and Considerations for Adoption
Michael Felczak, School of Communication, Simon Fraser University
Rowland Lorimer, Canadian Centre for Studies in Publishing, Simon Fraser University
Richard Smith, School of Communication, Simon Fraser University
Reading Research Online: Ways of Enhancing Scholarly Reading Environments
Peter Arthur, UBC
Web access to social science journals in Latin America and the Spanish Caribbean - the case of CLACSO´s network PPT MP3
Dominique Babini, CLACSO-Consejo Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales
Scholarly Publishing Initiatives at the International Rice Research Institute: Linking Users to Public Goods via Open Access PDF
*Albert Borrero, Communication and Publications Services, IRRI
*Mila Ramos, Library and Documentation Services, IRRI
*Gene Hettel, Communication and Publications Services, IRRI
Sylvia Katherine Lopez, Communication and Publications Services, IRRI
Liberation and Struggle: An Editor/Publisher's Experience with Open Access MP3
Mark Mattaini, Jane Addams College of Social Work, University of Illinois a
OJS- MP3 Article Usage: A pilot study PPT
Kathy Killoh, Athabasca University
Paula Smith, Athabasca University
Shubhash Wasti, Athabasca University
A Multi-dimensional Approach to the Study of Online Annotation
Rick Kopak, School of Library, Archival and Information Studies, Univers
Chia-Ning Chiang, School of Library, Archival and Information Studies, University of British Columbia
Synergies: The Canadian Information Network for Research PPT MP3
Erik Moore, Electronic Text Centre, University of New Brunswick
Establishing an on-line editorial and publishing system: One year experience with Journal of Research in Medical Sciences PPT
Mahmoud Saghaei, Isfahan University of Medical Sciences
Creating Scholarly Communities and Fostering Innovation
Gregg Gordon, Social Science Electronic Publishing
When Complementary and Alternative Medicine Practitioners Use PubMed: Responses of 18 Practitioners to Searching and Retrieving Knowledge in Pubmed PPT
Mia Quint-Rapoport, OISE/UT, Higher Education, Theory and Policy Studies
Automated XML pagination workflows in the big league PPT
Adrian Stanley, The Charlesworth Group (USA)
Moving beyond the print versus electronic binary in scholarly publishing
Shana Kimball, University of Michigan University Library
Beyond the Experiment: The Scholarly Publishing Office and the Maturation of Library-Based Publishing
Maria S. Bonn, University of Michigan University Library
New publishing models for scholarly communication and the Brazilian open access policy PPT PDF
Sely M. S. Costa, Universidade de Brasília
Hélio Kuramoto, Instituto Brasileiro de Informação em Ciência e Tecnologia
eLanguage.net: Shifting the paradigm in linguistics from academic publishing to scholarly communication PPT
*Dieter Stein, University of Duesseldorf
Cornelius Puschmann, University of Duesseldorf
A Professional Reading Environment, Modeled for a Renaissance English Knowledgebase PPT
Ray Siemens, English, U Victoria
teiJournal: Online and Print Journals through XML
*Martin Holmes, ETCL and HCMC, U Victoria
Karin Armstrong, ETCL and HCMC, U Victoria
Scientific Journal Publishing in India: Promoting electronic publishing of scholarly journals in India
Thomas Abraham, National Centre for Science Information, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India
*Suvarsha Minj, Yahoo! India R and D, Bangalore, India
Creating an Open Scholarly Archive on Paulo Freire MP3
Joe Kincheloe, McGill University
Scholarly communication, open access, and the granularity issue MP3
Jean-Claude Guédon, Université de Montréal
DiPP - An Open Access Initiative for Scholarly Communication PPT
Cordula Nötzelmann, Hochschulbibliothekszentrum NRW, DiPP
Peter Reimer, Hochschulbibliothekszentrum NRW, DiPP
Strengthening African Research Culture and Capacities Project
Samuel Smith Esseh, University of British Columbia
Scholarly publishing in sub-Saharan Africa in the twenty-first century: challenges and opportunities PDF
Ezra M. Ondari-Okemwa, Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya
Journal Publishing in China - Inside and Outside View PPT
Adrian Stanley, The Charlesworth Group (USA)

Librarians and information specialists

The National Library of Australia: open access to Open Publish PPT PDF MP3
Slobodanka (Bobby) Graham
Indian biomedical journals and Open Access: a case study at Indian Medlars Centre (IMC), New Delhi, India
Naina Pandita, Govt. of India, National Informatics Centre
Sukhdev Singh, Govt. of India, National Informatics Centre
Librarians as campus OA leaders: the University of Alberta experience PPT
Pam Ryan, University of Alberta Libraries
Rethinking Collections: Libraries and Librarians in an Open Age PPT PDF
Heather Morrison, BC Electronic Library Network, Simon Fraser University Libra
Newfound Press: Digital Imprint of The University of Tennessee Libraries HTML PPT
Linda L. Phillips, University Libraries, University of Tennessee
Open access publishing and the repository - a strategy for sustainability PPT
Sten Christensen, University of Sydney
*Ross Coleman, University of Sydney
The role of Vietnamese governmental libraries in supporting and developing emerging or alternate forms of scholarly communication
*Hoang Kim Dung, NACESTI
Le Thuy Duong, National Library of Vietnam
Embracing Electronic Scholarly Publishing in Africa ; The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) Library, Kumasi, Ghana as a Case Study PDF PPT
Helena Asamoah-Hassan, LIBRARY, KNUST,KUMASI
Survey of Librarian Attitudes about Open Access PPT
Emily Dill, Public Services Librarian, Indiana University-Purdue Univers
Kristi Palmer, Bibliographic and Metadata Services Librarian, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
The State of Acquisition, Organization and Use of Open Access Information Resources in Cameroon University Libraries: The Case of the University of Buea and University of Yaounde I Libraries. PPT PDF
Charles Kiven Wirsiy, Library Services, University of Buea, Cameroon
A content management strategy - implementing OJS and OCS at Swinburne University library. PPT MP3
Teula Morgan, Swinburne University of Technology
The Library as a mediator for e-publishing. A case on how a library can become a significant factor in facilitating digital scholarly communication and open access publishing for less web savvy journals. PPT
Mikael K. Elbæk, Copenhagen Business School Library
*Lars Nondal, Copenhagen Business School Library
A Critical Theory of Library Technology: Libraries & Electronic Publishing
Ajit Pyati, University of Western Ontario
Partners PPT
Astrid van Wesenbeeck, University Library Utrecht
Martin van Luijt, University Library Utrecht

Open source software developers

Interoperable epublishing software components
Robert Forkel, Max Planck Digital Library (in the Max Planck Society)
OJS goes mobile - An investigation of how to adapt OJS to meet the needs of mobile users
Shubhash Wasti, Athabasca University, Library Services
Lawrence Poon, Athabasca University, Library Services
SELF: a collaborative platform to share and create free contents about free software and open standards PDF
David Megias, Estudis d'Informatica, Multimedia i Telecomunicacio. Univers
*Jonas Oberg, Free Software Research Center. Goteborg University, IT University
*Wouter Tebbens, Internet Society Netherlands
*Rafael Macau, Estudis d'Informatica, Multimedia i Telecomunicacio. Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Extending OJS into Cultural Magazines: The OMMM Project
John Maxwell, Canadian Centre for Studies in Publishing, SFU
Open Source Software in Education in Africa PDF
Megan Watson, University of the Western Cape, Cape Town
Needed--An OJS Plugin for Facilitating Journal-Based Continuing Education Activities: Specs To Guide Software Developers PPT PDF
Glenn M. Hymel, Department of Psychology, Loyola University New Orleans
*Marcus A. Banks, Frederick L. Ehrman Medical Library, New York University School of Medicine
PKP Development Priorities and Plans ODP MP3 MP3
PKP Development Team, PKP


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