FPCA-II Opening Comments.- Astronomical Publishing: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow (A. Heck/Strasbourg Obs.).- The Emergin Scholarly Brain (M.J. Kurtz/CfA).- Communicating Astronomy Beyond IYA2009 (R.T. Fienberg/AAS).- Trends in Scientific Publishing at Springer (G. Eichhorn/Springer).- Astronomy Journal Publishing: Serving the Community (R. Boucher/Wiley-Blackwell).- Publishing in Greater Depth: Article of the Future and Beyond (D. Clark/Elsevier).- Publishing Astronomy and Astrophysics: Article Numbering, Electronic First (M.L. Chaix/EDP Sciences).- The Future of the ASP Conference Series (J. Jensen et al./ASP).- Astronomical Publication Rates in the US, UK, and Europe (H. A. Abt/KPNO).- Fully Digital: Policy and Process Implications for the AAS (Chr. Biemesderfer/AAS).- The Present and Future of The Astrophysical Journal (E. Vishniac/McMaster Univ.).- Open Access: Current Status, AAS Perspectives (K. Marvel and Chr. Biemesderfer/AAS).- Open Access Publishing in High-Energy Physics: The SCOAP3 Initiative (S. Mele/CERN).- Astronomy Librarians - Quo Vadis? (J. Lagerstrom/STScI and U. Grothkopf/ESO).- Telescope Bibliometrics 101 (U. Grothkopf/ESO and J. Lagerstrom/STScI).- Progress on the 'Declaration Concerning the Evolving Role of Libraries in Research Centres' (T.J. Mahoney/IAC).- Finding Your Literature Match - A Recommender System (E.A. Henneken et al./SAO).- Linking Literature and Data: Status Report and Future Efforts (A.Accomazzi/CfA).- FPCA-II Concluding Remarks (M.J. Kurtz/CfA)
Über den Autor
Dr. Alberto Accomazzi Work: Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, 60 Garden St., Cambridge, MA 02138, USA Private: 13 Hillside Ter., Newton, MA 02465, USA email@example.com http://www.cfa.harvard.edu/~alberto/
The present volume gathers together the talks presented at the second colloquim on the Future Professional Communication in Astronomy (FPCA II), held at Harvard University (Cambridge, MA) on 13-14 April 2010. This meeting provided a forum for editors, publishers, scientists, librarians and officers of learned societies to discuss the future of the field. The program included talks from leading researchers and practitioners and drew a crowd of approximately 50 attendees from 10 countries. These proceedings contain contributions from invited and contributed talks from leaders in the field, touching on a number of topics. Among them: - The role of disciplinary repositories such as ADS and arXiv in astronomy and the physical sciences; - Current status and future of Open Access Publishing models and their impact on astronomy and astrophysics publishing; - Emerging trends in scientific article publishing: semantic annotations, multimedia content, links to data products hosted by astrophysics archives; - Novel approaches to the evaluation of facilities and projects based on bibliometric indicators; - Impact of Government mandates, Privacy laws, and Intellectual Property Rights on the evolving digital publishing environment in astronomy; - Communicating astronomy to the public: the experience of the International Year of Astronomy 2009.
Provides a forum for editors, publishers, scientists, librarians, and officers of learned societies to discuss the future of the field. Communicates astronomy to the public and the experience of the International Year of Astronomy 2009 Includes emerging trends in scientific article publishing: semantic annotations, multimedia content, links to data products hosted by astrophysics archives.