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Latest from Industry Events and Announcements

  • We are pleased to announce the publication of Volume 3, Issue 1 of the GW Journal of Ethics in Publishing (GWJEP). Our third issue includes an article authored by Adrianna Borgia , MS, and Anand Balasubramani Ph.D. on diversity and inclusion ... More

  • Baltimore, Maryland, March 21, 2024: The National Information Standards Organization (NISO) announced today that its draft Interoperable System of Controlled Digital Lending (IS-CDL) Recommended Practice (NISO RP-44-202X) is now available for public ... More

  • This year's free spring webinar series from Silverchair has just been announced, and will focus on practical discussions around artificial intelligence in our industry. Speakers will discuss experiments, applications, and best practices around AI in scholarly ... More

  • Publishing CareerBuilder: Scholarly Publishing Journals and Your Career Friday, March 22 · 4 - 5pm EDT As publishers, we develop expertise in publishing the work of others, in acquisitions, editorial management, peer review, and in myriad ... More

  • CHORUS Forum: 12 Best Practices for Research Data Sharing Wednesday, 27 March 2024 @ 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT Registration is now open at the Event Page: https://www.chorusaccess.org/events/chorus-forum-12-best-practices-for-research-data-sharing/ ... More

News from SSP

  • Recurring Report from KGL Consulting Compares Editorial Compensation Data from Dozens of Journals Across a Broad Range of Disciplines KGL Consulting, the scholarly publishing consultancy arm of KnowledgeWorks Global Ltd. (KGL), has formally announced the opening the 2024 edition of The post KnowledgeWorks Global Ltd. Launches 2024 Editorial Compensation Benchmark Study appeared first on SSP Society for Scholarly Publishing .
  • Audet brings strategy and vision as editorial director; Hindley promoted to senior editor to head the Art, Architecture, and Design portfolio 2024 brings exciting changes to the book acquisitions team at the MIT Press. In January, Janice Audet (formerly executive The post Editorial Moves at the MIT Press Hone in on Core Publishing Strengths across Art, Science, Design, and Technology appeared first on SSP Society for Scholarly Publishing .
  • In an ambitious move to democratize access to scholarly knowledge and advance the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs), the De Gruyter eBound Foundation is thrilled to unveil UPLOpen.com, a product of University Press Library Open (UPLO), an innovative The post Launch of UPLOpen.com: Revolutionizing Access to Open Knowledge and Empowering Global Sustainability Goals appeared first on SSP Society for Scholarly Publishing .
  • Scholastica announces the release of a new free “Peer Review System Migration Toolkit” to help journal publishers and editors navigate the process of adopting or changing peer review software. The Toolkit, which is software agnostic to support teams moving to The post New Peer Review System Migration Toolkit from Scholastica appeared first on SSP Society for Scholarly Publishing .
  • CCC, a leader in advancing copyright, accelerating knowledge, and powering innovation, today announced the election of international intellectual property and artificial intelligence (AI) law expert Dr. Daniel J. Gervais to its Board of Directors. Gervais currently serves as the Milton R. Underwood Chair in The post CCC Appoints Dr. Daniel J. Gervais to its Board of Directors appeared first on SSP Society for Scholarly Publishing .