SSP News & Releases
“Open Access: Understanding Mission, Models, and Mandates” Features Sessions Tailored to Beginner and Advanced Levels
Our Popular “OA 101” workshop now includes a 201!
The latest President’s Letter highlights scholarly publishing news from the last quarter, resources you might have missed, and reflects on progress toward our community’s strategic goals.
“Open Access: Understanding Mission, Models, and Mandates,” is back and expanded across two sessions tailored to experience levels—OA 101: The Basics and OA 201: The Models. Join us on July 19 & 20 for this highly interactive workshop!
The Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) is accepting proposals for an abstract management system on a cost-neutral basis to support the needs of the organization as described within the Scope of Services starting in September 2023. The goal of this …
Reminisce about your time in Portland during our 45th Annual Meeting (or see what you missed)!
LP Spotlight | From working group to standing committee: A history of diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility work at the Society for Scholarly Publishing
Learned Publishing authors share the story behind their research. SSP members can access the full-text online as a benefit of membership.
The Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) celebrated the outstanding achievements of eight individuals at the highly anticipated 2023 Annual Business Meeting. The event took place on June 1 during SSP’s 45th Annual Meeting held in Portland. These remarkable individuals were …
The Society for Scholarly Publishing extends its sincerest gratitude to the generous sponsors who have given their support to our 45th Annual Meeting, happening this week in Portland and online (virtual registration still available!). Their invaluable contributions and unwavering support …
Thanks to presenting sponsor, Crossref, registration benefits the Generations Fund.
Generations Fund supporters highlight the importance of their contributions to SSP’s Fellowship, Mentoring and DEI programs on their organizations.