October 06 2011 - 14:00
About the Event
The UKSG is able to call on the extensive experience of its members in sourcing expert speakers from the various sectors of the serials industry to present a practical overview of all aspects of serials and e-resources management.
The emphasis is on developing a sound basic understanding of the details of serials and
e-resources handling in order to promote efficient and informed working practices. A wide range of day-to-day issues will be covered, with time devoted to recognising and resolving the problems that can arise at the boundaries between publishers, intermediaries and libraries. In addition, the seminar will consider all aspects of linking between journals, and will introduce new business models that are currently arising, such as open access.
Delegates will be able to air and exchange views in the afternoon discussion session.
Why you should attend
Designed particularly for staff new to working with serials, whether from a publisher, an intermediary or a library, this seminar may also be of interest to those looking to consolidate and update their serials and e-resources knowledge.
Course level and previous knowledge required
Introductory and non-intensive, entry-level training for the beginner, novice or returner.
• To understand the key elements involved in serials and e-resources management, including how they are purchased, promoted and managed
• To understand the key processes within commercial journal and e-resources publishing, including editorial and marketing, peer review, pricing and licensing
• To understand the roles of both the traditional subscription agent and new intermediaries, and the growing range of electronic access services offered
• To gain a broad awareness of the technology underpinning various types of linking, including DOI/CrossRef and OpenURL, and other journal-related initiatives.
• To understand newly emerging business models for publishing, including open access.
UKSG members: £125.00 + £25.00 VAT [20%] (total £150.00)
Non-members: £170.00 + £34.00 VAT [20%] (total £204.00)
The fee includes refreshments and lunch.
Manchester Conference Centre (Weston Room 2)
Tel.: 0161 955 8181
Feedback from the 2010 InSERT seminars (London and Dublin)
"Very good overview, well pitched and paced."
"I was impressed by the range, and the material was treated at just the right level."
"Excellent speakers, friendly and approachable."
"Would recommend this to any member of library staff so they would have a better idea of how e-resources work, whether they work directly with them or not."
10.00 Registration and coffee
10.20 Welcome and introduction by the Co-Chairs/UKSG representatives
Fiona Ainsworth, Collections Manager, Library, Art & Archives, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
Diana Massam, Senior Development Officer, Mimas, The University of Manchester
10.30 Managing content in the electronic world
Regina Ferguson, Collections Manager, University of Salford Library
The importance of serials and e-resources, and how they are purchased, promoted and managed, including e-books/e-journals and how they are tackled
11.15 The business of e-resource and print serials publishing
Matthew Atkinson, Business Manager - UK & Ireland, Emerald Group Publishing Limited
The key processes within commercial e-resource publishing, including editorial and marketing, peer review, pricing, licensing and delivering electronically
12.15 Getting technical – linking
Ross MacIntyre, Mimas Service Manager, The University of Manchester
The various types of linking, including DOI/CrossRef and OpenURL, underpinning the series of roles, relationships and interdependencies between publishers, other content hosts, subscription agents, link resolver suppliers, libraries and others
13.45 Intermediaries and their services
Richard Bramwell, Regional Sales Manager, EBSCO Information Services
The pivotal role of the traditional subscription agent, as well as consideration of the new players working with the growing range of electronic access services offered
14.30 New business models
Regina Ferguson / Matthew Atkinson
A review of whether open access and commercial publishing can co-exist, including a brief outline of the origins of the open access movement and its role in scholarly publishing today
15.15 Discussion topics (introduced by the Co-Chairs)
A number of discussion topics to consider and discuss, and the opportunity for delegates to speak to one another and the presenters about their personal experiences with serials and e-resources
15.45 Evaluation forms
16.00 Close of seminar
Background course material
How to book
The booking date for this course has now passed. For further information please contact Karen Sadler by email or by telephone +44 (0)1865 310834
Venue location details will be sent with confirmation of booking.
By Wednesday 28 September 2011 - full refund
From Thursday 29 September 2011 - no refund
NB: UKSG reserves the right to alter or vary the programme due to events or circumstances
beyond its reasonable control without being obliged to refund monies.