The European Association of Science Editors (EASE) is an internationally oriented community of individuals from diverse backgrounds, linguistic traditions and professional experience who share an interest in science communication and editing.
11th EASE General Assembly and Conference
Editing in the Digital World
8-10 June 2012
As more and more aspects of science publishing move into the digital environment, conference delegates examined how this affects editors in their daily work and how they can exploit new technologies to improve their services to authors, their journals and their businesses/organizations. See Programme.
Full details of the various talks and sessions will be published in European Science Editing starting with a summary in the August issue. Meanwhile have a look at the Tallinn Tom Toms, the Conference Newsletters which provide a light-hearted account of each day's proceedings.
See Alan Cann's presentation on youtube - a fantastic lecture on social media.
Read Toomas Tiivel's article issued in Horisont. The article is based on his interview with Thomas Babor [article in Estonian]
The Poster Prize was awarded to Dominique Millot for her poster on 2000–2009 Publication metrics reveal global trends in grain legume research. John Wiley and Sons kindly donated the prize of a book published by them to the value of £50.
The International Association of Veterinary Editors held their 9th Annual Meeting on 7-8 June in Tallinn. Details are on the IAVE website (www.veteditors.org).