How authoring tools are changing the landscape between author & publisher

2017-07-23T22:59:24Z (GMT) by John Hammersley Mary Anne Baynes
How authoring tools are changing the landscape between author and publisher - sharing case studies from researchers, institutions and scholarly publishers who’ve used Overleaf to provide a broad understanding of how each segment is responding to the challenges and opportunities brought about by the rise of cloud-technology and new collaboration platforms.

Presented on 21st July 2017 at the PSP Books Committee meeting in New York by:

Mary Anne Baynes, Chief Marketing Officer, Overleaf

Mary Anne Baynes is the Chief Marketing Officer for Overleaf. With more than 20 years of experience in publishing, technical, and web-based services, she successfully runs global sales and marketing initiatives for Overleaf – developing strategic partnerships and processes with publishing, institutional and enterprise clients. Overleaf is an award winning academic authorship tool that allows seamless collaboration and effortless manuscript submission, all underpinned by cloud-technology.

John Hammersley, Co-Founder & CEO, Overleaf

John has always been fascinated by science, space, exploration and technology. After completing a PhD in Mathematical Physics at Durham University in 2008, he went on to help launch the world's first driverless taxi system now operating at London's Heathrow Airport. John is now making it easier for scientists to collaborate and publish online as CEO and co-founder of Overleaf. John was named as one of The Bookseller’s Rising Stars of 2015, is a mentor and alumni of the Bethnal Green Ventures startup accelerator in London, and in his spare time dances (and occasionally teaches) West Coast Swing!