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01.18.2017  |  SSP News & Releases

The Scholarly Kitchen Renovation and New Visual Identity Unveiled

January 18, 2017 – Wheat Ridge, CO – The Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) unveiled the newly renovated website and visual identity for its popular blog, The Scholarly Kitchen (TSK), offering readers a fresh interface and exciting new functionality.   … Read More

01.18.2017  |  Member News & Releases

Duke University Press selects Silverchair for new digital products platform

January 18, 2017 – Charlottesville, VA, and Durham, NC – Silverchair Information Systems (Silverchair) and Duke University Press announced today a new publishing technology partnership to redevelop and host Duke University Press’s extensive collection of scholarly journals, books, and electronic … Read More

01.13.2017  |  SSP News & Releases

The January issue of Learned Publishing is now available!

The new year is upon us and everyone is talking about Discoverability – in 2016, it was a thematic track in several industry conferences and seemed a hot topic of conversation in various ListServs, and there is a CIBER meeting … Read More

01.12.2017  |  SSP News & Releases

Regional event discusses best practices for fostering innovation in scholarly communication

Panelists from the Durham regional event included, left to right, Paolo Mangiafico, Deric Corlew, Meredith Morovati, and moderator Leslie Eager. Photo credit: Jocelyn Dawson On December 8, the scholarly communications community in Durham, NC, gathered for a Society for Scholarly … Read More

01.10.2017  |  SSP News & Releases

Upcoming SSP Focus Group to investigate open data, science, and scholarship

Open access. Open data. Open science. If you hang around the publishing industry for a bit, you likely will hear plenty of references to “open” (meaning access or transparency) in reference to accessibility, methodology, metrics, or evaluation. However, it’s not … Read More

01.10.2017  |  Member News & Releases

The American Physiological Society and Health Affairs Both Moving to Atypon’s Literatum Online Publishing Platform

January 10, 2017 – Santa Clara, CA – Atypon, makers of Literatum, the professional and scholarly publishing industry’s most technologically advanced and widely used online publishing platform, has signed multi-year agreements with two leading publishers, the American Physiological Society (APS) … Read More

01.10.2017  |  Member News & Releases

The Rockefeller University Press partners with Editage to offer editorial support to authors

January 10, 2017 – Philadelphia, PA – The Rockefeller University Press (RUP) and Editage have launched http://editage.rupress.org/ to provide pre-submission services to authors aiming to publish their research in The Journal of Cell Biology (JCB), The Journal of Experimental Medicine … Read More

01.06.2017  |  SSP News & Releases

A look back at 2016’s SSP seminar sessions

Happy 2017!  If you missed any of the Society for Scholarly Publishing’s seminars in 2016 not to worry, summaries and presentations are available on the SSP website. Below is a quick recap of the 2016 fall seminars. SSP Fall Seminars … Read More

12.22.2016  |  SSP News & Releases

Center City Philadelphia provides backdrop for SSP regional event covering open access in education

Panelists from the Philadelphia regional event included, (left to right) Mary Rose Muccie, speaker, Temple University Press; Steven Bell, speaker, Temple University; Joe Lucia, speaker, Temple University; Joe Karaganis, speaker, Open Syllabus Project; and Rebecca Kennison, moderator, K|N Consultants (standing). … Read More

12.20.2016  |  SSP News & Releases

SSP welcomes Kelly Smykal

SSP welcomes Kelly Smykal, who will be assisting the Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) and the Development Committee with sponsorship and exhibit sales. Kelly works in Kellen’s Chicago office and will be the primary contact for exhibits, sponsorship and advertising. … Read More