Expectations for scientific content have shifted dramatically over the past decade. Articles have moved from being literary efforts, crafted and copyedited by authors, to being technical papers pulled together by contributors to be reviewed, processed, and distributed as fast as possible. In addition, electronic presentation, although the norm, is often seen as being much more automated than it actually is, resulting in rapidly shifting duties for staff and less-than-optimal publisher websites and electronic archives. What have we lost and gained in this transition? What strengths do we build on for the future?
Organizer & Moderators:
- Maggie Haworth, Associate Director, Publishing Operations, The Endocrine Society
- David Haber, Publishing Workflow Analyst, Cenveo Publisher Services
- R. Paul Robertson, MD, President Emeritus and Principal Scientist, Pacific Northwest Diabetes Research Institute, Professor of Medicine and Pharmacology, University of Washington
- Michael Levine-Clark, Associate Dean for Scholarly Communication and Collections Services at University of Denver