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Webinars

The SSP webinar program delivers a series of highly informative, thought-provoking webinars designed to challenge and stimulate discussion. Covering timely topics and offered regularly throughout the year, our one-hour webinars remain available within the library archive on SSP’s website.

Our Scholarly Kitchen webinar series provides an opportunity to hear from the blog’s insightful Chefs as they examine current trends and emerging publishing challenges. Whether you watch alone or with a room full of colleges, SSP webinars are a great value and an affordable way to stay on top of industry developments. Whether you are in editorial, production, sales, marketing, product or project management, publishing IT or digital content technology, our programming is aimed at all members of the diverse scholarly community. Webinars can be purchased as a package or individually and we offer programming for a variety of career levels.

Upcoming Webinars

Early Career Edition | Free Registration!
Falling into a Scholarly Publishing Career – September 26, 2019

The 2019 SSP Webinar Series, featuring:

Plan S: Opportunities for the Future of Scholarly Publishing – September 17, 2019.

Are There Finally Real Use Cases for AI? – October 23, 2019

Scholarly Kitchen Webinar – The Future of Content Distribution: Licensing or Leakage – November 19, 2019

Recent Webinars

Our Webinars are recorded and available for viewing 60 days after each broadcast.

Charleston Conference – SSP Joint Webinar
New Models of Scholarly Communication: Libraries Shaping Publishing in the New Era – June 6, 2019

Scholarly Kitchen Webinar: The Future of Independent and Society Publishing

We CAN, but SHOULD We? Launching a New Product or Service (or Not)

From Diversity to Inclusion and Equity 

Scholarly Kitchen Webinar: The Future of Publisher Independence in a Consolidated Scholarly Ecosystem

Being Author Friendly

Linked Databases: Publishing Research Data

Breaking the Print Model in Digital Delivery

The Scholarly Kitchen: The Future of the Big Deal: No Deal, or an Even Bigger Deal?

Sharing Policies: IR’s, Author’s Manuscript vs PrePrint vs Version of Record

2017 Scholarly Kitchen Webinar: The Future of Quality, Accuracy and Science Communication

An Update on Open Access Books: All is Not Green and Gold

Reboot, Refit, Re-energize – Creating Opportunity for Mid-Career Growth

The Future of Access, Authentication and Privacy

Building a Common Infrastructure: The Challenges of Modern Metadata

Hiring the Next Generation of Publishing Professionals

Scholarly Kitchen Webinar: The Future of Preprints

Building Your Next Great Product: Iterative Product Development for High-Risk Projects

Content versus Container: How Online Delivery is Changing the Process of Acquiring and Managing Content

Scholarly Kitchen Webinar: The Future of Data Publication

Workflow is the New Content: Expanding the Scope of Interaction between Publishers and Researchers

A Bucket List of Skills: How to Make Publishing Your Career

Evolving Engagement Strategies – are we getting sticky or stuck?

Scholarly Kitchen Webinar: The Future of Metrics and Reputation

Who’s Wagging the Dog? The Role of Funder Mandates in Defining the Needs of End Users

The World Is Flat for Scholarly Publishing

Oh, the places we’ll go! Career management in the Scholarly Publishing field

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.