SESSION I: Evolution of Publishing Technologies and Open Access—Strategic Implications for Societies and Publishers
AIP Business Development
Evolution of Publishing Technologies
The last 10 years have seen enormous change and dramatic upheaval within the online publishing world. This presentation will provide an overview of where we have been, where we are and, hopefully, where we might be going. There will be a chance to look at some of the many recent developments within the STM publishing community as it moves from the Web 1.0 to the Web 2.0 world. A summary will offer an opportunity for further discussion on ways to improve the utility of online content and ultimately create an intuitive and truly useful experience for anyone wishing to find, interact with, and use our content.
Terry Hulbert joined the American Institute of Physics (AIP) as their Director of Business of Development on 2nd January 2008. Included within his responsibilities are leading AIP's product development activities in support of key strategic initiatives, developing new business and securing successful strategic partnerships. He will also support all publisher relations activities ensuring AIP's strong presence within the STM publishing industry through speaking engagements and representation on industry bodies.
Prior to joining AIP, Terry worked at the Institute of Physics Publishing for almost 15 years in a variety of role: project management, circulation management, marketing, and product and business development. He sits on various industry committees including: Executive Committee of Project COUNTER, PSP Electronic Information Committee and the PALS Metadata & Interoperability Working Group.
Married with two children, Terry's overriding passions are Manchester City and Hampshire County Cricket Club. He's currently attempting to teach his son the ‘slog sweep' and how to bowl the perfect ‘googly'. He continues to learn American English.