Workshop Day, Thursday, May 17th

Workshop on CrossRef services
CrossRef: Trust and the future of scholarly publishing Ed Pentz
CrossRef Executive Director
DOI Serbia: Seven years of experience with CrossRef in a transition country Biljana Kosanović
DOI Serbia
CrossChecking papers from the Serbian Citation Index: Technology, organization and finances Nikola Stanić
ScholarOne Manuscripts: A peer review workflow management system by Thomson Reuters

How do you make your scholarly journal or book more international? ScholarOne Manuscripts is a key ingredient in the recipe

Ian Potter
Thomson Reuters


 Day 1, Friday, May 18th

Keynote Lecture One

The Thomson Reuters journal selection process for Web of Science: Profile of rejections in three subject areas (video)

James Testa

Vice President, Editorial Development & Publisher Relations at Thomson Reuters
Full Paper Presentations Morning
Libraries advocating for open access: Best practices and lessons learnt Iryna Kuchma
EIFL: Electronic Information for Libraries, The Netherlands
Enhanced journals: A case study with general remarks András Holl
Library of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Konkoly Observatory, Hungary
Progressive opportunities for research journal publishing Eleonora Dagiene
Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania
The BRIF (Bioresource Research Impact Factor) as a tool for tracing and promoting the use of bioresources Anne Cambon Thomsen1, Laurence Mabile1, Paola De Castro2, Federica Napolitani2, Anna Maria Rossi2, Elena Bravo2
1 Université de Toulouse III: Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France
2 Istituto Superiore di Sanità, Rome, Italy

Keynote Lecture Two
Open Access: Green, Gold, Gratis, Libre, North, South - How To Get There (video)

Stevan Harnad

Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada and Southampton University, UK
Full Paper Presentations Afternoon
Journal classifications based on citation data: The comparison and suitability of three distance measures Dejan Pajić
University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Philosophy, Novi Sad, Serbia
"Face validity" differences between locally published and the highest level international journals based on the in-text citations approach Siniša Subotić
NGO "Persona", Banjaluka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Open Access journals in India: A study report with special reference to computer science journals Bhaskar Mukherjee
Banaras Hindu University, Department of Library and Information Science, India


Day 2, Saturday, May 19th

Keynote Lecture Three
Can Small Journals Provide Leadership? (video)

Ana Marušić

University of Split, School of Medicine, Split, Croatia
Full Paper Presentations Morning
Bibliometric quality of Serbian journals 2002-2011: More than just a dress for success Pero Šipka
CEON/CEES, Belgrade, Serbia
Full Paper Presentations Morning cont'd  
Mapping science based on keywords of articles antecedences, presences, and consequences: An application of CEON/CEES model of multi-perspective description of articles Tanja Jevremov1, Dejan Pajić1, Miša Sotirović2, Pero Šipka2
1 University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Philosophy, Novi Sad, Serbia
2 CEON/CEES, Belgrade, Serbia
Supporting Open Access nationwide Jadranka Stojanovski
University of Zadar, Zadar, and Ruđer Bošković Institute, Zagreb, Croatia
Does Open Access business model have a significant impact on citation of publications?: Case study in the field of civil engineering Teja Koler-Povh, Primož Južnič, Goran Turk
University of Ljubljana, Faculty for Civil and Geodetic Engineering, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Full Paper Presentations Afternoon
Computer Science and Information Systems: Publishing an international Open Access journal in a developing country Mirjana Ivanović, Miloš Radovanović, Vladimir Kurbalija, Jovana Vidaković
University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Science, Novi Sad, Serbia
Applicability of the nano-publication concept for fostering Open Access in developing and transition countries Adam Sofronijević, Aleksandra Pavlović
University of Belgrade, University Library, Serbia
Output in Web of Science and representation in Journal Citation Report of South East European nations: Does mother Thomson cherish all her children equally? Biljana Kosanović1, Pero Šipka2
1 National Library of Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia
2 CEON/CEES, Belgrade, Serbia
International Database Publishers Open Forum

Agathe Gebert, GESIS, Köln, Germany

David Tempest, Elsevier
James Testa, Thomson Reuters
Jadranka Stojanovski, SRCE, Zagreb, Croatia
Pero Šipka, CEON/CEES, Belgrade, Serbia