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2009 SSP 31st Annual Meeting, Marriott Baltimore Waterfront, Baltimore, MD

Concurrent 3B: Scholarship 2.0: Creating an Online Community


Jocelyn Dawson
Jocelyn Dawson is the assistant marketing manager for the journals division of Duke University Press, where she has worked for seven years. She leads creative/production marketing staff in the promotion of five electronic collections and forty-six journals, mainly in the humanities, social sciences, and mathematics. Jocelyn co-leads a discussion group on current issues in scholarly publishing at Duke University Press and serves on Duke University’s Digital Futures Task Force. She has served on the AAUP’s Scholarly Journals Committee and is currently serving on the SSP’s Annual Meeting Program Committee. Jocelyn has a masters degree in comparative literature from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Terry Hulbert
Terry Hulbert is AIP’s Director of Business of Development. His responsibilities include leading product development activities in support of key strategic initiatives, developing new business and securing successful strategic partnerships. He also supports publisher relations activities within the STM publishing industry through speaking engagements and representation on industry bodies.

Married with two children, Terry’s overriding passions are Manchester City and Hampshire County Cricket Club. He’s currently attempting to teach his son the ‘slog sweep’ and how to bowl the perfect ‘googly’. He continues to learn American English.

Patricia Hudson
Patricia Bowers Hudson is Senior Marketing Manager, U.S., for Oxford Journals, a division of Oxford University Press. Tricia manages the U.S. Journals Marketing Department, implementing and analyzing marketing campaigns directed at academics, researchers, and librarians in North and South America. The team also conducts international marketing campaigns across a wide range of academic disciplines, spanning the humanities, social sciences, science, and medicine. After graduating from Duke University and the Radcliffe Publishing Course, Tricia began her career in marketing at the Voyager Company, a pioneer new media publisher. She later joined the journals marketing department of Duke University Press. She joined OUP in 1999.