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The Blame Game: Open Access Overview and Library Perspectives

Colin Steele's presentation, The Blame Game: Open Access Overview and Library Perspectives, made for the Australian National University, discusses the open access framework, author priorities, and various issues related to the movement.
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Open Access - Trends and Challenges

Mary Waltham, Publishing Consultant, www.MaryWaltham.com, Princeton, New Jersey, USA, in her presentation at PA and ALPSP Publishers' Forum on January 25, 2005, put forth some of the issues of open access and challenges faced by publishers because of the emerging model.
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Andrew Berin, US Health Sciences Journals, Elsevier, on open access

Andrew Berin, Publisher of US Health Sciences Journals at Elsevier, made a presentation on open access at The Anchasl Spring 2005 Meeting held on April 1, 2005 at Wesley Long Community Hospital. The presentation examines the functions of open access journals, the role of commercial publishers, the rights of the authors, current economic drivers and issue regarding open access and its quality.
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Outsourcing and Offshoring in STM publishing: Trends and what makes it work for publishers

Frank Stumpf, President and COO, SPI Publisher Services has made a presentation on the benefits of outsourcing/offshoring of STM publishing.
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Role of RSS in science publishing

Timo Hannay, Head of New Technology, Nature Publishing Group, has explained the uses, benefits and risks of RSS, a machine-readable web page, to STM publishers.
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