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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

  • GW Publishing CareerBuilder: Careers in Government Publishing Mon, March 20, 2023, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM EDT This month, we'll hear from professionals in government publishing from the Library of Congress, Marine Corps University Press, and Air ... More

  • GW Publishing Book Club Many of you are already members of our Publishing Book Club ; if not, you may sign up here . It is free and open to all in the publishing , library, and scholarly communication communities. Discussion ... More

  • Publishing CareerBuilder : Careers in Publishing Startups Tuesday, February 21, 6:00 PM EST- RSVP Thad McIlroy's exhaustive report on startups within the  publishing industry identified more than 1,300 publishing startups, ... More

  • Thank you all for your great work on this need. -- Anne T Stone 978.476.1757 (c) linked in annetstone facebook annetstone twitter annetstone More

  • **Apologies for cross posting** Following its grant award from IMLS to support the Collaborative Collections Lifecycle Project ("CCLP"), NISO announces that the work item for the Collaborative Collections Lifecycle Infrastructure Project Recommended ... More

News from SSP

  • Nominations for the Society for Scholarly Publishing’s annual Emerging Leaders Award, which highlights leadership qualities among SSP members, are open through this Friday, March 24. The post SSP’s Emerging Leaders: Where are they now? appeared first on SSP Society for Scholarly Publishing .
  • C4DISC is seeking volunteers to help manage a new Community of Practice, a virtual space for peer learning around DEIA in scholarly communications for those with a dedicated DEIA role or with a DEIA remit as part of their role, The post Call for Volunteers: C4DISC’s New DEIA Community of Practice appeared first on SSP Society for Scholarly Publishing .
  • Hershey, PA, USA – March 13, 2023 – eContent Pro International (eCPI), a U.S.-based company providing affordable and quality professional editorial and publishing services globally to individual researchers, university presses, commercial publishing houses, and professional organizations, recently announced the release The post eContent Pro International’s Latest Version of Journal Identifier Database (JiD) Now Available Free of Charge appeared first on SSP Society for Scholarly Publishing .
  • Book Talk: Athena Unbound March 28 @ 10am PT / 1pm ET Register now for the virtual event Join CHRIS BOURG in conversation with author PETER BALDWIN about the history promise of the open access movement. Open access (OA) The post Book Talk: Athena Unbound appeared first on SSP Society for Scholarly Publishing .
  • De Gruyter is pleased to announce its global strategic partnership with Manchester University Press (MUP). De Gruyter will host and distribute the complete frontlist and backlist collections of over 2,000 titles from Manchester University Press. Academic libraries will be able The post Manchester University Press and De Gruyter Enter Strategic Partnership appeared first on SSP Society for Scholarly Publishing .