Tallinn programme

Thursday, 7th June

Optional Workshop –  Writing a scientific paper and getting published

Friday 8th June

09.00-13.00     Optional workshop Readability

15.0015.45    AGM, General Assembly

16.0017.00    Opening Ceremony
Guest speakers: Andres Keevallik, Rector of Tallinn University of Technology and Erkki Truve, Vice-Rector.

17.3018.30    Plenary Lecture   National journals in an international context   Professor Jüri Engelbrecht, Estonian Academy of Sciences, Tallinn, Estonia

19.3020.30    Reception: at Tallinn Town Hall, Tallinn Old City, to celebrate EASE’ 30th anniversary.

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Saturday 9th June

09.0010.00   Plenary Two: Open access and digital models  Deborah Kahn, BioMedCentral, London, UK

10.3012.30    Parallel sessions

A: From national to international: benefits of the digital era for regional journals    Moderator Ida Raffaelli, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Zagreb, Croatia

B: Publishing data   Moderator Anthony Watkinson, University College London, UK

12.30–14.00    Lunch and Poster viewing

14.00–15.00  Plenary Three: Social media tools and academic publishing  Alan J Cann, Annals of Botany; Department of Biology, University of Leicester, Leicester, UK

15.30–17.30    Parallel sessions

C: Science translation, editing and readability Moderator Sylwia Ufnalska, freelance translator/editor, Poland

D: Digital tools for detecting misconduct Moderator Liz Wager, Committee on Publication Ethics/Sideview, UK

20.00–23.00  Optional: Conference dinner at the House of the Brotherhood of the Black Heads, Tallinn Old City

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Sunday 10th June

09.0011.00  Parallel sessions

E: Improving peer review management reporting: creating powerful internal reports and meaningful editorial board presentations   International Society of Managing and Technical Editors

F:  Local assistance of scientists and institutes by journal editors  Moderator  Eric Lichtfouse

11.3012.30  Parallel sessions

G: Publication bias  Moderators Iain Chalmers and Anne Brice, James Lind Library, UK

H: Bibliometrics  Moderators  Thomas Babor, International Society of Addiction Journal Editors, USA, and Jenny Neophytou, Wiley-Blackwell, UK

12.30–13.30  Plenary Four  The editorial office  Linus Svensson, Oikos, Sweden

13.30   Closing Ceremony


Optional Workshops

14.00    Memo Q

14.00    How to be a successful journal editor


Monday, 11 June

How to be a successful journal editor (continued from Sunday)