CCC was delighted to return to the 2022 Frankfurt Book Fair and connect with colleagues across the publishing industry. We’ve shared some highlights below.
Frankfurt Studio: The Data Quality Imperative
On Thursday, October 20, at the Frankfurt Book Fair, CCC presented The Data Quality Imperative: Improving the Scholarly Publishing Ecosystem, a special Frankfurt Studio session. Panelists Sybille Geisenheyner, Director of Open Science Strategy & Licensing, American Chemical Society; Dr. Johanna Havemann, Trainer and Consultant in Open Science Communication, and Co-founder & Strategic Coordinator, AfricaArxiv; and Laura Cox, Senior Director, Publishing Industry Data, CCC, shared insights with CCC’s Christopher Kenneally on the impact of consistent data quality strategy on the people, processes, and technology in your organization. View the recording and listen to the podcast.
“There needs to be trust in the data, and that is always something we start with. The data will never be 100% perfect, but it can get even better. How many articles get published? What is the APC spend on an individual basis? What is the subscription spend? We do have a lot of data. And to share that data is key.” – Sybille Geisenheyner
CCC Returned to Exhibit in Hall 4.2, Stand 21
Representatives from CCC joined industry colleagues in-person at the Fair for the first time since 2019. With CCC’s recent acquisition of Ringgold and launch of OA Agreement Intelligence, discussions focused on how CCC’s solutions can help publishers make data-driven decisions in the continued shift to open scholarly publishing. Learn more about CCC’s Open Scholarly Publishing Solutions.
“There was one major topic – data – and how we need to enable the evolution of scholarly communications by making sure that data is not only present, but high quality, persistent and correctly managed in all systems throughout the research lifecycle.” – Laura Cox, Senior Director, Publishing Industry Data, CCC
Frankfurt Book Fair in the News
Catch up on the conversations and coverage from this year’s Fair.
In a recent CCC seminar series, two scholarly publishing experts shared their experience with open access transformation. The article features Sybille Geisenheyner, Director of Open Science Strategy & Licensing, American Chemical Society and Matthew Day, Head of Open Research Policy & Partnerships, Cambridge University Press in conversation with Christopher Kenneally, CCC.
“We’re selling the ability to produce high-quality content. Pretty much everyone now understands that getting the scholarly communication infrastructure to work efficiently is about moving digital information around, and that requires systems. It requires data.” – Matthew Day, Cambridge University Press
From Plan S to the recently announced White House OSTP open access policy, scholarly publishers must navigate a rapidly shifting policy landscape. Authored by Rob Johnson, Founder and Director of Research Consulting, a mission-driven business working to improve the effectiveness and impact of research and scholarly communication.
“Publishers and societies of all sizes need to consider automating their data enrichment and modeling processes to spend less time aggregating, normalizing, and analyzing data and more time innovating open access models.” – Jamie Carmichael, Senior Director, Information and Content Solutions, CCC