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Regional Events

SSP goes on the road with events in many cities such as Boston, Washington D.C. Raleigh/Durham, Chicago and more, offering networking opportunities and topical discussions with scholarly publishing colleagues in your area. These informal, low-cost events give scholarly publishing professionals an occasion to connect with other SSP members in their local area. Ideal for early career professionals as well as those looking to expand their network. If you are interested in helping to organize an event in your area, please contact info@sspnet.org.

Upcoming Regional Events

Please check back for more information.

How to register: please click each pass for a description and registration options. Your registration fee supports the development of SSP’s new community engagement initiative, which seeks to increase peer-to-peer interaction and collaboration among the membership. For special pricing, including volume discounts and an offer for local sponsors, please contact Kelly Smykal at ksmykal@kellencompany.com.

Sponsorship

A single sponsorship represents eight unique opportunities in 2016 to promote your organization and demonstrate your support for advancing communication. Benefits of sponsorship include branding on the SSP Regional Events web page; recognition as a sponsor on each Regional Event registration web page and all email communications promoting each event; display of logo at each Regional Event (approximately 8); two complimentary registrations for one Regional Event of your choice; placement of sponsor-supplied brochure/flyer on the registration or media table at each Regional Event; and one month rotating banner advertisement (300 pixels x 250 pixels) on the SSP Homepage.  Frequency of banner ad rotation will be determined partly by demand per page during the requested display period; sponsor selects month for display. To sponsor the 2016 SSP Regional Events, click here.

Recent Regional Events

Durham Regional Event: Fostering Innovation in Scholarly Communication

Philadelphia Regional Event: Open Access in Education: Open Educational Resources (OERs) and the Open Syllabus Project in the Context of Scholarly Publishing

Boston Regional Event: User Experience

DC Regional Networking Event

University Press Leaders on the Future of Scholarly Communication

Open Access and Institutional Repositories: What Publishers, Librarians, and Researchers Need to Know

Scholarly Soup on the Menu at Regional Event in Durham

SSP Speed Networking in Boston

Building Collaborations: Eight Tips for Effective Knowledge Networks

Educational Levels are designations applied to program offerings to help you determine which events are most appropriate for your particular professional development needs. Levels include: Foundational, Applied, Strategic, Mixed-learning, and Networking.

SSP_CAEWebIcon_SmallThe Society for Scholarly Publishing is a CAE Approved Provider. The program(s) linked above 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.