12.04.2019  |  SSP News & Releases

SSP 42nd Annual Meeting Call for Previews Now Open!

December 4, 2019 – Mt. Laurel, NJ – The Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) is pleased to announce that submissions are now being accepted for Previews Session proposals for the 42nd SSP Annual Meeting!  The 42nd SSP Annual Meeting will …

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12.03.2019  |  SSP News & Releases

President’s Letter | December 2019

Greetings SSP Members and Friends: We’ve now entered that weirdly obscure time called “the Holidays.” Starting from the Friday before Thanksgiving through New Years, we will all hear phrases such as “Let’s tackle that after the holidays.” Or, “With the …

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11.25.2019  |  SSP News & Releases

SSP 42nd Annual Meeting Call for Posters Now Open!

November 25, 2019 – Mt. Laurel, NJ – The Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) is pleased to offer scholarly posters as a new category of Annual Meeting presentations for 2020. Submissions for poster proposals are being accepted via the ScholarOne …

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11.20.2019  |  SSP News & Releases

Philly Regional Event Preview | It’s an Open World: A Round Table Event

Join SSP’s Philadelphia Regional group on December 9 for “It’s an Open World: A Round Table Event” at the American Association for Cancer Research. Registration for the event remains open with a discount available for SSP members. Open Access and …

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11.20.2019  |  SSP News & Releases

Webinar Recap | Falling into a Scholarly Publishing Career

A career in scholarly publishing isn’t always something that one immediately plans out for – in fact, for most of the 9 presenters (who ranged across all areas in STM Publishing) related closely to the theme of “Falling into Scholarly …

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11.20.2019  |  SSP News & Releases

Webinar Recap | Plan S: Opportunities for the Future of Scholarly Publishing

Plan S promises to reshape the way scholarly publishing is accomplished, affecting authors, publishers, libraries, and everyone in between. In a refreshing twist, SSP delivers a webinar discussion that takes Plan S and the movement toward Open Access (OA) as …

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11.12.2019  |  SSP News & Releases

LP Spotlight | On the limitations of recent lawsuits against Sci‐Hub, OMICS, ResearchGate, and Georgia State University

Now available in the newly published Volume 32, Issue 4 of Learned Publishing. Access to Learned Publishing is a benefit of membership in SSP.  You can read the full-text online. On the limitations of recent lawsuits against Sci‐Hub, OMICS, ResearchGate, …

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11.07.2019  |  SSP News & Releases

TSK Webinar Preview | The Future of Content Distribution: Licensing or Leakage

Don’t miss the last SSP webinar of 2019 – The Scholarly Kitchen‘s “The Future of Content Distribution: Licensing or Leakage,” on Tuesday, November 19, 2019, at 11am EST. Registration for the event remains open with a discount available for SSP …

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11.04.2019  |  SSP News & Releases

Webinar Recap | Are There Finally Real Use Cases for AI?

In many visionary articles, popular blogs, conference sessions, and product launches over the past few years, artificial intelligence has been pitched as the next disruptor in scholarly communications. While a number of companies have proposed new or better applications of …

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10.18.2019  |  SSP News & Releases

October Issue of Learned Publishing is Now Available

  Learned Publishing: Volume 32, No 4, October 2019      The October issue of Learned Publishing takes on a range of controversial matters, including an analysis of rejected articles, reflections on the ongoing disputes with Sci-Hub and ResearchGate, and …

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