SSP 37th Annual Meeting—Registration Now Open!

SSP invites you to join us at the 37th Annual Meeting, to be held May 27–29, 2015, at the Crystal Gateway Marriott in Arlington, Virginia. This year’s theme is “The New Big Picture: Connecting Diverse Perspectives.” Read More.

Students and Early Career Professionals: Apply for a Travel Grant to Attend the 2015 Annual Meeting in Arlington, Virginia

SSP is currently welcoming applications for its 2015 Travel Grants, which will support travel to and attendance at the SSP 37th Annual Meeting, to be held May 27–29, in Arlington, Virginia. Read More.

SSP to Launch New Page for Member Career News

To highlight what’s happening within our community, SSP is creating a new section for the website focusing on member career updates: promotions, job changes, recently published articles, new projects, and other career-related news. Read More.

NASIG and SSP Announce Joint Meeting on Information Policies May 27, 2015

NASIG and SSP (Society for Scholarly Publishing) are pleased to announce a joint full-day program, “Evolving Information Policies & Their Implications: A Conversation for Librarians & Publishers.”. Read More.

Author and New Yorker Contributor Ken Auletta to Speak at SSP’s 2015 Annual Meeting

We are delighted to announce that author, journalist, and media critic Ken Auletta will speak at the upcoming Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) Annual Meeting, to be held May 27–29 at the Crystal Gateway Marriott in Arlington, Virginia. Read More.

SSP DC Librarian Focus Group Sold Out Again this year!

Please watch for upcoming information about the SSP Librarian Focus Group in Chicago in late August.

Registration is now open for the 2015 SSP Webinar Series

The SSP 2015 webinar program delivers a series of highly informative, thought-provoking webinars designed to challenge and stimulate discussion. Read More.

Check it out—our updating on internship programs in scholarly communications!

The SSP Professional Development Committee has updated its webpage on current internship programs available in scholarly communications. Read More.

350 Years and How Are We Doing? January Issue of Learned Publishing Just Posted

2015 marks the 350th birthday of the scholarly journal and is being celebrated throughout the year by the Royal Society. Here at Learned Publishing we are also looking forward to a year of reflection and consolidation. Read More.

SSP Announces Its 2014 Awards for Leadership and Service

The Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) has announced the 2014 recipients of its most prestigious awards: the Distinguished Service Award, the SSP Appreciation Award and the Emerging Leader Award. These honors recognize outstanding service in support of SSP’s strategic goals. Read More.

New Officers and Board for 2014-2015

I am delighted to announce the new officers and Board for 2014-2015. This year’s elections were very close, which is a testament to the excellent job done by Carol Meyer and the Nominating Committee as well as to the deep reservoir of talent and dedication among the volunteers and members of SSP. Read More.