Presentation on theme: "What’s Changing, What’s New? Eric Pepper SPIE Director of Publications"— Presentation transcript:
1 What’s Changing, What’s New? Eric Pepper SPIE Director of Publications
2 SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics Founded in 1955Serving more than 225,000 engineers and scientists in 150 countriesOrganizes and sponsors 25 major conferences, exhibitions, and education programs yearly~$2.5 million in scholarships, grants, and educational support around the world (2011)
4 Why Silverchair? Semantic capabilities Robust technology architecture and systemsAgile and forward-lookingTalented peopleCompatible vision
5 Additional Content40,000 additional articles published from in Proceedings of SPIE and Optical Engineering — extending coverage for both back to Volume 1
6 Semantic Search and Discovery 4000+ term optics and photonics taxonomy130+ Topical CollectionsSearch results filtering by topicRelated articles discovery via semantic associationEnhanced search and browseTopic Collection alerts
7 Topic Collections14 topic collections with related subcategories, based on new optics and photonics taxonomy.
8 Semantic SearchFilter search results by topic category, publication type,or date
9 Content Discovery Related articles based on common taxon assignment. Links to author profiles and author’s other publications
10 Author ProfilesAuthor profiles include SPIE publications, technical activities, bios, etc.
11 New Journal Article Display For journal articles published since 2001,full text rendered on the article page for authenticated users.
12 Enlarge, save, and download figures and tables to .PPT
13 eBooks163 eBooks now in collection with new titles added each year. iOS and Android apps developed for Field Guide to Geometrical Optics.
14 Mobile AccessUsers have mobile access via their institution’s subscription.Create personal SDL account.Log in to SDL while on institution’s network using any device.User log-in credentials associated with institution’s subscription.Access SDL from anywhere on mobile device with log-in.
15 MultimediaSelected conference audio/.PPT presentations in addition to integral multimedia for journal and proceedings articles.
16 PersonalizationUsers can save figures and tables, manage alerts, view subscriptions, customize page display, and activate mobile access by creating a personal login.
17 Resources for Librarians Includes links to SiteMaster admin site, announce-ments, SPIE contact information, training and promotional resources, etc.
18 COUNTER ReportsLegacy COUNTER reports from 2005 – July 2012 will also be available on SiteMaster.
21 Our VisionBy listening to researchers and librarians, tracking new technologies, and seeking ways to better serve our technical communities, we have identified opportunities to enrich and enhance the SPIE Digital Library:Educational materialsDeeper XML and taxonomic tagging for connecting informationRelated content such as patents, supplemental data and images, links to other highly relevant contentMobile access and interaction at conferencesMultimedia
22 SPIE’s New “Gold” Open Access Program Starting January 2013, immediate “gold” OA for journal authors paying voluntary page charges$100/page (8 pg avg); less than most other journalsAuthors can publish without paying page chargesCreative Commons CC-BY-NC licenseNon-OA papers and backfile require subscriptionCopyediting and typesetting includedPreprints of accepted articles coming in 2013Subscription prices reduced as OA adoption growsJournals with ~80-90% OA adoption by authors become fully open access, full backfile made free.
23 Contact UsContent and Product development Eric Pepper: Sales and licensing Marybeth Manning: Robert Dentel (N. America): Promotion and training Allison Romanyshyn: Customer support (North America) (Rest of World)