By plane, train, or automobile, Sheridan Journals is on the move this spring, making stops at a number of conferences across the country.
First up, Sheridan Journal team members will be attending the Association of American Publisher’s annual Professional and Scholarly Publishing conference February 6th through the 8th in Washington, D.C. The event, titled “The (R)evolution of Value: Building Collaboration, Innovation and Sustainability”, will feature more than 30 industry experts, leading a number of sessions throughout the three-day event.
You can learn more about the conference on their site, http://www.psp2013conference.com and follow along on Twitter with #PSP2013
In March Sheridan will be exhibiting at two specialty publishing conferences:
First, if you’re attending the Association of Writers & Writing Programs annual conference in Boston, March 6th through the 8th, come visit Sheridan Journals at Booth #1203 and – bonus – sister company Sheridan Books, right alongside at booth #1205! Both Sheridan teams will be there to answer questions and talk about our services and technologies, developed to help you, the publisher, reach more readers with fewer headaches. They will also have some great giveaways so be sure to stop by and say hello.
Additional information about the event can be found at https://www.awpwriter.org/awp_conference/overview, and during the event follow Sheridan, publishers, and writers on Twitter using these hash tags: #AWP13 or #AWPBoston.
From March 20th through the 24th, Sheridan Journals will be in Lansing, Michigan, exhibiting at and sponsoring the 59th Annual National Conference of Law Reviews, held this year at The Thomas M. Cooley Law School campus. Notably, Sheridan’s own Director of Technology, Tim Hurd, will deliver a presentation to the law students, titled “Law Journals and Emerging Publishing Technology.”
If you’re a law review or law journal editor and NCLR member attending the Lansing event, be sure to schedule some time with Tim to learn how Sheridan can serve your needs with our quality digital printing and mobile technology tools.
You can find out more about the conference by visiting the host school’s page, http://www.cooley.edu/nclr.
To round out the busy spring season, Sheridan Journals will also be sponsoring, exhibiting, and presenting at the Council of Science Editors Annual Meeting May 3rd through the 6th. The theme for the event, which will be held in Montreal, Quebec, is Communicate Science Effectively: The World Depends on It! Mike Hepp, Director of Technology Strategy for Dartmouth Journal Services, will be giving a dynamic presentation on an all-new proprietary content preparation solution at Sheridan.This promises to be a great annual conference for members of the scientific publishing community!
You can find more information on the conference, including keynote and participation information, on the Council’s site, http://www.resourcenter.net/Scripts/4Disapi07.dll/4DCGI/events/383.html?Action=Conference_Detail&ConfID_W=383
And to kick off summer, Sheridan Journals will be exhibiting and presenting at the Society for Scholarly Publishing’s annual conference in San Francisco, California, June 5th through the 7th. The theme for the event is Surviving (and Thriving!) in our Multi-Access World: Navigating the New Publishing Paradigm. Plan to attend the session titled, “Mobile or Native Apps, or Both?” to see Mike Hepp weigh in on this important and timely publisher topic as one of a number of informed panel participants.
Additional information on SSP’s summer event can be found at https://www.resourcenter.net/Scripts/4Disapi2.dll/4DCGI/events/404.html?Action=Conference_Detail&ConfID_W=404&
While Sheridan Journals has a busy few months of travel ahead, all are excited and looking forward to the great panels, keynotes, sessions, and people they will meet!