BrainNavigator Selected as Finalist for ALPSP Publishing Innovation Award
15 July 2009
ALPSP announces shortlists for ‘Publishing Innovation’ Awards.
The Judges* for the 2009 ALPSP Awards for Publishing Innovation have announced this year’s finalists. The winners will be announced on 10 September at the ALPSP International Conference Dinner at the Oxford Belfry (www.alpspconference.org).
ALPSP Award for Publishing Innovation 2009 shortlist:
PLoS ONE from the Public Library of Science
The Royal Marsden Hospital Manual of Clinical Nursing Procedures from Semantico & Wiley-Blackwell
BrainNavigator from Elsevier
The LEAP exemplars, Internet Archaeology from the Council for British Archaeology
About the ALPSP Awards
*PANEL OF JUDGES
Hazel Woodward, University Librarian & Director of Cranfield Press (Chair)
Geoffrey Bilder, Director of Strategic Initiatives, CrossRef
Richard Gedye, Research Director, Oxford Journals
Hugh Look, Senior Consultant, Rightscoms
Ann Lawson, Publisher Relations Executive, EBSCO Information Services
Mark Ware, Director, Mark Ware Consulting
ALPSP Award for PUBLISHING INNOVATION - in recognition of a truly innovative approach to any aspect of publication. Applications are judged on their originality and innovative qualities, together with their utility, benefit to their community and long term prospects. Any area of innovation is eligible - it could, for example, be a novel type of print or online publication or service, or even a radically different approach to a marketing campaign.
About the ALPSP International Conference (www.alpspconference.org)
The 2009 ALPSP International Conference will be held at the Oxford Belfry near Oxford, UK from 9-11 September 2009. This year's programme is topical and stimulating with an excellent international line-up of speakers addressing topics across the breadth of scholarly publishing - it offers an excellent platform for sharing information and discussing new developments and best practice. There is also plenty of time for networking. With fees held at 2008 levels plus free pre-conference workshops, the meeting offers excellent value for anyone working in scholarly communication and related industries.