SSP 36th Annual Meeting – Registration Now Open

Don’t miss your opportunity to attend the 2014 Annual Meeting. The meeting theme is: Who’s at Stake and What’s at Stake? Looking Outward at the Future of Scholarly Publishing. The 36th Annual Meeting will be held May 28-30, 2014, at the Westin Boston Waterfront in Boston, MA. Click here for more information.

Students and Early-Career Professionals: Apply for 2014 Annual Meeting Travel Grants

SSP invites applications for the 2014 Travel Grant Program, which provides up to $1,000 to help offset travel and accommodation expenses for the upcoming 36th Annual Meeting this May in Boston, MA. This grant, given to as many as 14 qualified applicants, also includes complimentary meeting registration. Please note that applicants from outside North America might qualify for additional funding. The application deadline is March 28, 2014. Read about qualifications and other details. Read More.

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Access, Trust, and Trash…. The latest issue of Learned Publishing Now Available

Learned Publishing North American Editor Diane Scott-Lichter reports, “One way or another, these are three of the key themes of our current world of scholarly publishing – often around discussions of OA; what can you believe (e.g., reproducibility, of which more another day); and the unintended consequences of policy, e.g., so-called predatory journals. And so it is with the latest issue of LP.

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SSP Names New Program Director

The Society for Scholarly Publishing is pleased to announce that Margaret Reich, of Margaret Reich Consulting, will serve as its new Program Director starting immediately. In this new role, Margaret will be responsible for taking SSP’s already strong programs for librarians, publishers, vendors, and others involved in scholarly publishing, and improving and expanding the offerings through strategic and tactical initiatives. Read More.

SSP 2014 Webinar Series

Registration is now open for the 2014 Webinar Series. Informative webinars on relevant topics have been scheduled for 2014. Editorial Strategy: Content Evaluation and Curation on September 9 and Publishing Services Vendor Integration on October 14. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER.