Sponsored by the PSP Committee for Digital Innovation (CDI)
February 3rd, 2015
The Fairmont Hotel, Washington, DC
The twofold challenge for today’s scholars is finding the most relevant papers in the vast landscape of published works and then finding the meaning in the often overwhelming presented information. Scholarly publishers can help them with state-of-the-art information tools that can improve discovery and the powerful presentation of data, as well as by developing strategies that anticipate scholars’ expressed and unexpressed needs.
Darrell Gunter, Founder and CEO, Gunter Media Group, Inc.
John Rennie,Editorial Director, Science, International & Professional Group, McGraw-Hill Education
Where is BDDV taking the information industry and the world economy? Our keynote will provide us with his views on how Big Data, Discovery and Visualization has changed and keeps changing the game.
S. Gregory Boyd, Partner and Chairman of the Interactive Entertainment and Privacy & Data Security Group, Frankfurt Kurnit Klein + Selz PC
Bringing Big Data to Life! “Aggregating Big Data is one thing, visualizing this Big Data is like putting on your 3D glasses in a 3D movie. Without the 3D glasses the movie is blurry. Join us as our keynote presenter shows how to bring your Big Data projects to life.
Lisa Marie Rhody, Deputy Director of Digital Initiatives, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Panel on Big Data – External Panel
What is Big Data and what does it mean to companies outside of Scholarly publishing? Join our panel of external executives as they share their best practices and lessons learned over the past few years.
David P. Martinsen, Senior Scientist, Digital Strategy, ACS Publications, American Chemical Society
Joseph Dos Santos, Senior Director, Business Consulting Practice, EMC Corporation
Leslie Hulse, SVP, Digital Business Development, HarperCollins Publishers
Frank Stein, Director, Analytics Solution Center, IBM
Panel on Big Data – internal Panel
What is Big Data and how is it defined in the scholarly publishing industry? How is Big Data changing the landscape in scholarly publishing? Join our esteemed panel as they share their definitions, experiences
Bob Kasher, VP Business Development, First Source
Jignesh Bhate, CEO, Molecular Connections P Ltd
Grace Hong, VP, Strategic Markets and Development, Wolters Kluwer
Angie McAllister, Senior Vice President, Personalized Learning & Analytics, Pearson Higher Education
Closing Remarks & Adjournment
Christopher Kenneally, Director, Business Development, Copyright Clearance Center
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