FACT Seminar No.2
Text and Data Mining: International perspectives, licensing and legal aspects


A half-day Journal Publishers Forum Seminar in conjunction with ALPSP, the Publishers Association and STM

FACT Seminars are concerned with the Fundamentals, dealing with breaking news Advances and Changes in Technology as they affect STM publishing and publishers.


Text and data mining (TDM) is one of the hottest topics in scholarly publishing in 2013, impacting publishers, authors and readers alike. The landscape of TDM is changing rapidly and the issues are currently being discussed though wide stakeholder engagement via the ECs’ ‘Licenses for Europe’ dialogue.

Whilst technological advancement has wrought fast and efficient tools to help both publishers and readers alike, however, the licensing aspect of TDM is far from clear-cut.

This timely event will explore the current TDM scene and look at how publishers are working to ensure that licensing agreements are both fair and practical. It will present case studies from across Europe; examine the legal obligations surrounding TDM and draw conclusions as to where the industry is moving next.

Who should attend?

Publishing executives, rights managers, legal staff and allied staff in Collective Management Societies. 



Registration & Lunch



Welcome and Introduction
Graham Taylor, The Long Game



Text Mining: What, Why and How?

Jonathan Clark, Jonathan Clark & Partners B.V.



Journal Article Mining: study and survey
Eefke Smit, Association of STM Publishers



Legislative Developments
Richard Mollet, Publishers Association



Evolving Publisher Solutions in the STM Sector

Alistair Tebbit, Reed Elsevier

Chris Kluiters, Springer

Duncan Campbell, Wiley Blackwell



Licensing and text mining in the newspaper and periodicals sector

Andrew Hughes, Newspaper Licensing Agency (NLA)



Tea & Coffee break



Licensing in the publishing sector
Sarah Faulder, Publishers Licensing Society



Legal issues in licensing TDM
Carlo Scollo Lavizzari, Lenz Caemmerer



The CCC TDM Pilot Project

John Billington, Copyright Clearance Center



Prospect, a text mining initiative from CrossRef

Ed Pentz, Crossref


17:00 – 17:15

Discussion, Questions and summary: What happens Next?
Graham Taylor, The Long Game


Events Terms and Conditions

Cancellations made in writing up to 30 days before an event are eligible for a 50% refund. No refunds can be made for cancellations received on or after 30 days prior to the event date, however, substitutions may be made free of charge at any time.

Registration fees do not include insurance. Participants are advised to take out adequate personal insurance to cover travel, accommodation, cancellation and personal effects.