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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 .

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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** 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

  • Last year, C4DISC (Coalition for Diversity and Inclusion in Scholarly Communications) surveyed its member and partner organisations to better help us prioritize our work and ensure we understand the priorities and challenges our community ... More

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  • The DCL Learning Series is hosting a webinar this week to answer any questions you have regarding PubMed and PubMed Central. PubMed and PubMed Central are both free resources for accessing biomedical and life sciences literature at the U.S. National ... More

  • How exciting! Thanks for sharing this, Alice! Carol Anne Meyer | Technical Account Management Massachusetts l United States cmeyer@atypon.com Pronouns: she/her Time zone: (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada), ... More

  • Thank you, Alice, for sharing information about the program. The benefits of the participation in the NISO Plus 2023 scholarship program are multiple. Alice and other NISO's staff are doing an amazing job in bringing diverse participants from all over ... More

News from SSP

  • Copenhagen, Denmark – ChronosHub and Tampere University are proud to announce a collaboration to guide authors through the publishing process, making funder policies and open access (OA) agreements transparent and automating the management of article processing charges (APCs).   As the first institution The post Tampere University automating its Open Access Management through ChronosHub appeared first on SSP Society for Scholarly Publishing .
  • (Charlottesville, VA and London, UK) January 25, 2023 – Silverchair and the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) announce the launch of RSC’s extensive book program on the Silverchair Platform. The move delivers an immediate discoverability boost, flexible product models, and The post The Royal Society of Chemistry Launches Innovative Books Offering on the Silverchair Platform appeared first on SSP Society for Scholarly Publishing .
  • Aries Systems partners with Paperpal to help reduce the editorial workload for authors January 17, 2023 London, UK: Paperpal, a CACTUS brand offering AI-powered tools for language and technical compliance checks for research manuscripts, has announced its partnership with The post Simplifying Research Writing and Editing through Strategic Partnerships appeared first on SSP Society for Scholarly Publishing .
  • To allow for expanded library participation, the D2O commitment window has been extended through June 30, 2023  January 19, 2023 (Cambridge, MA)—The MIT Press today announced that it will open its spring 2023 list of monographs via the Direct to The post The MIT Press Opens Spring 2023 List of Scholarly Monographs via Direct to Open Model with Support from over 240 Libraries Worldwide appeared first on SSP Society for Scholarly Publishing .
  • DANVERS, Mass.(BUSINESS WIRE)CCC, a leading provider of Open Access (OA) workflow solutions, announces the American Society for Microbiology (ASM), has adopted RightsLink for Scientific Communications (RLSC) to manage its growing OA program.   ASM is one of the largest life science societies, composed The post The American Society for Microbiology Adopts CCC RightsLink for Scientific Communications to Manage its Growing Open Access Program appeared first on SSP Society for Scholarly Publishing .