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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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Latest from Industry Events and Announcements

  • What are the top priorities and concerns facing your organization? What are the bigges t opportunities or risks, and how should the information community address them? If you have ideas to share, then we encourage you to submit a proposal for the ... More

  • NISO is pleased to announce our upcoming virtual training series, DEIA in the Scholarly Landscape . Whether you are at the beginning stages of DEIA work or currently spearheading a well-established DEIA program, this training offers everyone an opportunity ... More

  • C4DISC is delighted to announce the launch of this valuable new resource in the growing C4DISC Toolkit for Equity Series: A Focused Toolkit for Journal Editors and Publishers: Building Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility in Editorial Roles ... More

  • Publishing CareerBuilder: Careers in Freelance Editing Friday, May 10, 2024 1:00-2:00 pm EDT RSVP Freelance editors provide a wide range of editorial services to authors and clients. This Publishing CareerBuilder will discuss key stages in ... More

  • Fantastic to see this published - huge thanks and kudos to everyone involved! -- Alice Meadows MoreBrains Co-Founder, Communications & Outreach Email: alice@morebrains.coop https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2161-3781 More

News from SSP

  • CCC, a leader in advancing copyright, accelerating knowledge, and powering innovation, was named a Bronze Stevie® Award winner for Customer Service Department of the Year in the 22nd annual American Business Awards®. The American Business Awards are the premier business The post CCC Named a Stevie Award Winner for Customer Service Department of the Year in the 2024 American Business Awards appeared first on SSP Society for Scholarly Publishing .
  • Following the success of our 2023 Read Publish Open Access (OA) agreement with the Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISER), we are delighted to announce that we have signed a renewal agreement for 2024. All four institutions The post The Company of Biologists Renews and Expands Its Read Publish Agreement with the Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISER) appeared first on SSP Society for Scholarly Publishing .
  • Data show that open access monographs receive significantly more use and citations than their non-open counterparts and are more successful at reaching audiences beyond the academy. The MIT Press announces the release of a report on its Direct to Open The post MIT Press Releases Direct to Open Impact Report appeared first on SSP Society for Scholarly Publishing .
  • Driving the Evolution Toward Intelligent Search Technology and Seamless Content Interchange Data Conversion Laboratory (DCL), an industry leader in structured data and content transformations, is currently in the process of transforming and unifying the Association for Materials Protection and Performance’s The post Data Conversion Laboratory Initiates Transformation and Unification of AMPP’s Vast Content Collection appeared first on SSP Society for Scholarly Publishing .
  • Three hundred groundbreaking new books are on the path to open access. Path to Open, a pilot program to support the open access publication of new groundbreaking scholarly books that bring diverse perspectives and research to millions of people, will The post Path to Open Announces 2024 Titles appeared first on SSP Society for Scholarly Publishing .