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Journals Quickstarter Training Seminar

This training session will provide attendees with a complete overview of the academic journals ecosystem, giving them the “quick start” they need to navigate this evolving landscape. The session program is composed of several “modules” touching on all major facets of journals publishing—financial skills and business models; marketing, editorial and production; data and decision making; and the tools and technology of journals publishing—each led by experts in their respective fields. A bonus module will also introduce attendees to digital workflows for both books and journals.

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• Financial skills • P&L’s – What’s important? • Assessing financial success of a journal • Other business considerations, including launching a new journal and flipping a journal to OA || Speaker: Bill Cook

• Customers/stakeholders • Subscriptions • Consortia and multi-site licensing • OA models, including hybrid and Read and Publish || Speakers: Wendy Newsham, Brett Rubinstein, Jean Shipman

• The peer review process • Managing editorial boards • Managing the submission process • Delivery, access, and online platforms || Speakers: Jennifer Deyton, Miranda Walker
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Journals Quickstarter Training 4: Marketing


• Market strategy • Market research • Marketing tactics, ops, and execution || Speakers: Lori Carli, Cason Lynley

• Data analysis • Data tracking • Data-driven best practices || Speakers: Gwen Evans, Ann Michael

• “LIGHTNING” session on top tools || Speakers: Lettie Conrad, Phill Jones
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Quickstarter Training: Digital Workflows

• Accessibility • Standards • Metadata • Working with eBook platform partners || Speakers: Bill Kasdorf, Barbara Pope, Jabin White