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2011 SSP 33rd Annual Meeting, Westin Copley Place, Boston

Concurrent 2C: Managing Supplemental Content….

Concurrent 2C: Managing Supplemental Content: Practical Advice for Publishers and Researchers

Speakers

Linda Beebe
Linda Beebe is the Senior Director of PsycINFO for the American Psychological Association. In that capacity, she directs the development and production of electronic databases. APA currently offers five databases: two are bibliographic (PsycINFO for peer-reviewed scholarly books and journals and PsycEXTRA for gray literature), and three are full text (PsycARTICLES, PsycBOOKS, and PsycCRITIQUES). She previously was President of Parachute Publishing, a consulting firm, and earlier Associate Executive Director for Communications for the National Association of Social Workers. She is the current Treasurer of CrossRef, and she is serving on the Business Working Group for ORCID.
Anthony Watkinson
Anthony Watkinson was an ecclesiastical historian by training and then spent three years as a scholarly librarian. From 1971 to 2010 he worked as a scholarly publisher in senior management positions in a number of companies and organisations including Academic Press, Oxford University Press, and Chapman & Hall mainly in science and medical publishing. He is now concentrating on his faculty position in the Department of Information Studies at University College London. Before his appointment at UCL he was a visiting professor at City University London where he was one of the founders of the CIBER research group – now at UCL. His central interest is in the transition between scholarly communication in print and scholarly communication in digital form and with the interactions between different players in the information chain finding their feet in the digital environment. He has written on Electronic Solutions to the Problems of Monograph Publishing, Securing Authenticity of Scholarly Paternity and Integrity and most recently on Open Access with special reference to funding models. At UCL he has been the organiser of a number of events including the UCL Bloomsbury conferences. The latest conference was on data and the role of the information professional. He also works as a consultant currently for the UK Publishers Association but has been on committees of JISC and other bodies in the wider information world. He is on the organising committee and the plenary chair of the Charleston Conference. He can be reached at anthony.watkinson@btinternet.com
Todd Vision
Todd J. Vision is an Associate Professor of Biology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the Associate Director for Informatics at the National Evolutionary Synthesis Center. His biological interests include the evolution of genomes and the use of computational methods for reasoning over heterogeneous and qualitative biological data. He is the director of the Dryad digital data repository (http:/datadryad.org), and on the leadership team of DataONE, an NSF-supported DataNet with a focus on the environmental sciences (http://dataone.org). His recent research in the field of data science is aimed at informing science policy and publication practice, in particular how to address the socio-technical barriers to the reuse of data derived from “small science” research.