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If you would like to participate in the SSP C3 Community platform and you are not or have not been an SSP member or registered for an SSP event in the recent past, you will need to create a SSP Profile. If you believe that you may already have a profile on record with SSP, please login using your username and password. If you're unsure of your log in information, you can retrieve them on the login page .

To create a profile, enter your information on the Create a Profile page. 

Upon completion, you will be redirected to the Community Rules and Etiquette for the platform. After clicking "I agree," you’ll be directed to the All Communities page, where you can join the Industry Announcements and Events community. If your organization is member of SSP, you’ll also be able to access the Member Exchange community.

Latest from Industry Events and Announcements

  • **Apologies for cross posting** Baltimore, MD | June 27, 2024 - The National Information Standards Organization (NISO) today announced the publication of the Communication of Retractions, Removals, and Expressions of Concern (CREC) Recommended ... More

  • Join us on June 26 at 11:00 am ET as we talk with publishers and educators who have taken the smart leap to combine content, technology, and domain expertise to reimagine and breathe new life and new revenue opportunities into their portfolio through ... More

  • Hello from Kriyadocs! We are thrilled to announce that Publisherspeak US 2024 , an unconference-style scholarly publishing conclave sponsored by Kriyadocs , is returning to the US for the second edition this September. The first edition of this ... More

  • Morning, If you happened to be one of the lucky ones at the excellent SSP Annual Meeting last week, you may well have been one of the 150+ attendees who came to see my presentation highlighting the key findings from Deanta's fifth annual Trends in Academic ... More

  • Platform Strategies (Silverchair's industry event exploring the technology and strategy supporting scholarly publishing) returns to the Washington, DC on September 25th. The event has sold out every year, and the early bird deadline of July 1st is quickly ... More

News from SSP

  • AARC will retain full ownership and editorial control of its flagship journal, and Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. will help broaden its reach to the global medical community. The American Association of Respiratory Care (AARC), and global media company, Mary Ann The post American Association of Respiratory Care and Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. Sign Co-publishing Agreement Facilitated by KGL Consulting appeared first on SSP Society for Scholarly Publishing .
  • Clarivate Plc, a leading global provider of transformative intelligence, today released a Global Research Report from the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI)™. The report integrates and interprets multiple data sources from across Clarivate™ portfolios to highlight the academic and societal The post Clarivate Report Demonstrates Societal Impact of Digital Health Research and Innovation Growth appeared first on SSP Society for Scholarly Publishing .
  • Join us on July 18 at 11:00 am ET for a free showcase highlighting new and exciting industry innovations. Sponsors and speakers are invited to present solutions in under ten minutes, providing a unique opportunity to glimpse the latest developments in the industry!  The post Innovation Showcase Highlights Cutting-Edge Publishing Solutions appeared first on SSP Society for Scholarly Publishing .
  • Clarivate Plc, a leading global provider of transformative intelligence, today released the 2024 update to the Journal Citation Reports™ (JCR™). The reports provide an essential and comprehensive resource of high-quality journals, ranked by field, to enable academic institutions, researchers, and The post Clarivate Reveals World’s Leading and Trusted Journals with the 2024 Journal Citation Reports appeared first on SSP Society for Scholarly Publishing .
  • Calling all libraries and book publishers! Would you like to help learned society, subject association, and smaller specialist book publishers make a successful transition to sustainable open access models? If so, we would very much appreciate your responses to: survey The post Open Access Transitions for Book Publishers (SPA OPS 4.0) appeared first on SSP Society for Scholarly Publishing .