August 21, 2019 – Mount Laurel, NJ – The Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) webinar series covers timely topics and delivers highly informative and thought-provoking sessions designed to challenge and stimulate discussion.
Building on earlier topics in the 2019 series, SSP is offering the following webinars through the end of the year:
- Plan S: Opportunities for the Future of Scholarly Publishing – September 17, 2019.
- Are There Finally Real Use Cases for AI? – October 23, 2019
- The Scholarly Kitchen Webinar – The Future of Content Distribution: Licensing or Leakage – November 19, 2019
Next month, we are also offering a free webinar for Early Career professionals – Falling into a Scholarly Publishing Career, on September 26, 2019.
Webinars are an affordable way to stay on top of industry developments. Programming is aimed at professions across the scholarly publishing field, including editorial, production, sales, marketing, product or project management, publishing IT or digital content technology.
Take advantage of discount pricing for the 2019 webinar series through September 16!
Purchases of the three-webinar package made by September 16, will be discounted by 10 percent. Click here to register!
Earn CAE Credit – The Society for Scholarly Publishing is a CAE Approved Provider. SSP programs designated with the CAE Approved icon meet the requirements for fulfilling the professional development requirements to earn or maintain the Certified Association Executive credential. Every program that we offer which qualifies for CAE credit will clearly identify the number of CAE credits granted for full participation, and we will maintain records of your participation in accord with CAE policies. For more information about the CAE credential or Approved Provider program, please visit www.whatiscae.org.
For more information, contact Melanie Dolechek, Executive Director
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About the Society for Scholarly Publishing – SSP, founded in 1978, is a nonprofit organization formed to promote and advance communication among all sectors of the scholarly publication community through networking, information dissemination, and facilitation of new developments in the field. SSP members represent all aspects of scholarly publishing—including publishers, printers, e-products developers, technical service providers, librarians, and editors. SSP members come from a wide range of large and small commercial and nonprofit organizations. They meet at SSP’s annual meetings, educational seminars, and regional events to hear the latest trends from respected colleagues and to discuss common and mutual (and sometimes divergent) goals and viewpoints.