January 18, 2012 – 1 PM ET
A free Webinar via Adobe Connect
– Created by the Chicago Collaborative, a joint partnership of librarians, publishers and editors*
– Sponsored and hosted by the New England, Mid-Atlantic, and Southeastern/Atlantic Regions of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine
This 90-minute webinar provides an opportunity to learn about the publishing cycle of biomedical journals, both in print and online. The complexities of publishing, in a world of rapidly changing delivery formats and devices will be explored, including the publishing challenges and opportunities posed by each. Presenters include John Tagler of the Association of American Publishers, Inc. and the session will be moderated by MJ Tooey, Associate Vice President , Academic Affairs and Executive Director of the Health Sciences and Human Services Library and Director of the Southeastern/Atlantic Region at the University of Maryland.
Participants will gain knowledge of the various roles and responsibilities of different players in the scientific publishing chain and of the international aspects of bioscience communication. All participants will have a chance to engage in discussions with the presenters. Key topics to be covered include:
• The Current Biomedical Publishing Landscape
• The Publishing Process
• Publication Ethics
• Production & Delivery
• Practical Considerations
• The Road Ahead
Please register at http://nnlm.gov/sea/training/register.html by December 31, 2011 if you plan on attending.
Connection instructions will be provided upon registration.