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Are Chemical Journals too Expensive and Inaccessible? A Workshop Summary to the Chemical Sciences Roundtable Appendix A Workshop 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
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Are Chemical Journals too Expensive and Inaccessible? A Workshop Summary to the Chemical Sciences Roundtable 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 1 NOTE: Brian Simboli was unable to attend, but his presentation was made available to participants.
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