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The International Communication Association’s Asynchronous, On-Demand Virtual Meeting a Rousing Success with Attendees

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“Cadmore was crucial in regaining the trust of our attendees by helping us come back strong from a wobbly first fully virtual year (with another provider). Our second fully virtual meeting during the pandemic, using Cadmore, was a huge success, with engaged scholars, vibrant discussions, and such a positive outpouring of support and love from our members."  View full article

Video in Scholarly Communications: Issue #7

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The new year started with a bang for Cadmore staff, as our team hosted and supported AIAA’s SciTech conference, “the world’s largest event for aerospace R&D.” This is our second time hosting SciTech, but this year the event was hybrid. Of course, Omicron had to have its say, so many sessions ended up switching from in-person to virtual as late as the first day of the conference. Fortunately, because AIAA had the foresight to ensure all technical presentations were prerecorded, we were able to make the necessary changes in the schedule and platform to allow the sessions to proceed as planned, just online. View full article

Deborah Guinnessy, Project Manager

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What drew you to a role a Cadmore?
I was impressed by Cadmore’s flexibility. A few years ago, they were focused on creating a best-in-class video publishing technology. They had the vision and flexibility to see how to make that technology an indispensable feature for conferences. In the short time I have been at Cadmore, I have seen us develop new features to better integrate the hybrid conference experience. It shows a willingness to listen to client needs and a flexibility to meet them. 
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Video in Scholarly Communications: Issue #6

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Welcome to another month chock full of video news!
First off, if you’re attending the Charleston Library conference, please let me know so I can take you out for coffee! (Can you tell I’m excited for my first work trip in nearly two years?!?)
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Accessibility in Publishing

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A recent webinar hosted by the Society for Scholarly Publishing on accessibility issues gave attendees reasons to push forward on the accessibility front, a toolkit for how to communicate with colleagues about the issue, and practical, hands-on tips to start the journey.   View full article

Jennifer Velten, Project Coordinator

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Tell us a bit about your background before you joined Cadmore
Before Cadmore plucked me out of the medical billing industry I had worked in a zoo, taught high school in Japan, and ran performances for my university theater. A panoply of experiences with one thing in common: turning complex ideas into something simple. It’s why I got into publishing in the first place and what makes every day different from the last.
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Video in Scholarly Communications: Issue #5

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Welcome to the “back to school” issue of Video in Scholarly Communications. No matter how many years it’s been since I was in school, September always means new pencils and notebooks and a renewed sense of purpose. At Cadmore, a big piece of our purpose is making multimedia accessible to all, and so we’re gratified that a recent accessibility audit of the American Psychological Association’s PsycTherapy database, hosted on the Cadmore platform, received high marks. View full article

Cadmore Platform Updates

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The session at the SSP 2021 Annual Conference “Thinking Outside Books and Journals: How Publishing Teams Can Lead New Product Development,” featured professionals from a range of scholarly organizations examining barriers to product innovation, how to foster an innovative culture, and shared lessons learned. View full article

Leading New Product Development and Innovation

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The session at the SSP 2021 Annual Conference “Thinking Outside Books and Journals: How Publishing Teams Can Lead New Product Development,” featured professionals from a range of scholarly organizations examining barriers to product innovation, how to foster an innovative culture, and shared lessons learned. View full article