2004 Annual Meeting
June 2-4, 2004, San Francisco, CA
Scholarly publishers today face a rapidly shifting socio-economic and technological climate. SSP’s 26th annual meeting, “Toward New Economies of Information Access,” features a program rich in coverage of the major transitional trends in scholarly communication. These include changes in researcher behavior, in business models, in discovery tools, in how information gets disseminated and preserved, and even in who serves as publisher.
So come to San Francisco for lively conversation and new insights from leading thinkers and commentators in the broader research information arena. Whether you are a publisher, librarian, or vendor, you will also benefit from numerous opportunities to network with your colleagues – during breaks in the Exhibitor Marketplace, a newmember breakfast, breakfast roundtable discussions, luncheons, and a California wine-tasting reception.