Wednesday 1st June, 2011
8:00am to 12:00pm
This half-day seminar will provide an overview of new developments and best practices in the use of identifiers for scholarly publishers. Identifiers are increasingly critical for the most effective search and discovery for trading partners of all sorts, but also are being used increasingly as a way for publishers to correctly identify individuals and institutions that may be customers or contributors to their works. The seminar will also look at the need for their internal systems to appropriately store, capture and disseminate the identifiers. Some of the leading names will present from the major identifier organizations covering all aspects of the industry to encourage a dialog between tarde. The proceedings will commence with a quiz to test your knowledge of identifiers new and old with a Grand Prize for the winner.
Organizers/Moderators: Nick Weir-Williams, Senior Business Consultant at Publishing Technology
Mary Anne Baynes, Director of Sales and Marketing at the Charlesworth Group
Angela Bole, Book Industry Study Group
Beat Barblan, Identifier Services at Bowker
Todd Carpenter, Managing Director National Information Standards Organization
Helen Henderson, VP Marketing Strategy & Research Ringgold, Inc.
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