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National Research Council (US) Chemical Sciences Roundtable; Heindel ND, Masciangioli TM, von Schaper E, editors. Are Chemical Journals Too Expensive and Inaccessible? A Workshop Summary to the Chemical Sciences Roundtable. Washington (DC): National Academies Press (US); 2005.

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Appendix AWorkshop Agenda

ARE CHEMICAL JOURNALS TOO EXPENSIVE AND INACCESSIBLE?

A Workshop Organized by the Chemical Sciences Roundtable

National Research Council

THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES

2101 Constitution Avenue, N.W.

Lecture Room

Washington, D.C.

October 25-26, 2004

MONDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2004

8:00 Introductions and Opening Remarks, Ned Heindel, Lehigh University
Session I Context and Overview Ned Heindel, Chair
8:15 Arnold Thackray, President, Chemical Heritage Foundation
Session II What Are the Unique Scientific Journal Needs of Chemists and Chemical Engineers? Michael Holland, Chair
9:15 Robert Bovenschulte, American Chemical Society
10:05 Comments and Presentations by Panel Participants
  • Christopher Reed, University of California-Riverside
  • Patrick Jackson, Elsevier
  • Andrea Twiss-Brooks, University of Chicago
  • Gordon Hammes, Duke University
11:25 Break
11:40 Discussion of Issues by Panel and Workshop Participants
12:30 Lunch
Session III Are Chemists and Chemical Engineers Receiving Needed Access to Chemical Journals? Ned Heindel, Chair
1:35 Ulrich Pöschl, Technical University of Munich
2:20 Comments and Presentations by Panel Participants
  • Lou Ann Di Nallo, Bristol-Myers Squibb
  • Michael Doyle, University of Maryland
3:00 Break
3:15 Comments and Presentations by Panel Participants
  • R. Stephen Berry, University of Chicago
  • Brian Simboli,1 Lehigh University
  • Peter Gregory, The Royal Society of Chemistry
4:10 Discussion of Issues by Panel and Workshop Participants
5:00 Reception
Evening Presentation
The Green and Gold Roads to Maximizing Research Access and Impact: Don't Confuse Them Michael P. Doyle, Chair
6:00 Stevan Harnad, University of Quebec, Montreal

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2004

Session IV What New Approaches Can Be Made to Address Chemical Sciences and Engineering Journal Needs? Charles P. Casey, Chair
8:00 Bridget C. Coughlin, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) Nicholas Cozzarelli, University of California-Berkeley, PNAS
9:05 Comments and Presentations by Panel Participants
  • Martin Apple, Council of Science Society Presidents
  • Michael Keller, Stanford University Press
  • Martin Blume, American Physical Society
  • Vivian Siegel, Public Library of Science
  • Anna Gold, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
10:45 Break
Summary
11:10 Discussion of Issues by Workshop Participants
11:45 Concluding Remarks
12:00 Adjourn

NOTE: Brian Simboli was unable to attend, but his presentation was made available to participants.

Footnotes

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NOTE: Brian Simboli was unable to attend, but his presentation was made available to participants.

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