The Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) webinar series covers timely topics and delivers highly informative and thought-provoking sessions designed to challenge and stimulate discussion.
In an evolving landscape it’s critical that organisations foster a culture that can effectively drive and implement relevant innovations in a timely way. As new technologies emerge and new entrants disrupt traditional markets, publishing organisations are challenged to adapt in order to survive and thrive in the long term.
In this seminar we’ll aim to explore real examples of the strategic partnerships and innovative collaborations being forged in the publishing community to achieve economies of scale, a stronger shared infrastructure, technological innovation and push the boundaries of the publishing model.
OpenAthens, which provides federated identity and access management services to a global client base, is restaging its highly popular panel session on the topic of federated access following the overwhelming response to the session at this year’s conference.
Flexible training options for newcomers to scholarly communications from ALPSP. If you are, or know, a new recruit to scholarly communications in 2018, then do consider our online training options providing an Introduction to Journals Publishing to bring you to speed with the nuances of this sector.
London Info International in collaboration with Clarivate Analytics announces: What makes a world class...
The importance of tertiary education for economic growth and competitiveness is increasingly recognized not just for middle-income and advanced countries, but also for low-income ones. Access to a world-class curriculum helps develop a skilled and flexible labour force that can positively influence productive activities by creating, applying and spreading new ideas and technologies.
London Info International in collaboration with Clarivate Analytics announces: Webinar: How has the concept of being “citable” evolved?
LII announce a series of webinars - Creating and delivering value compliantly beyond traditional information delivery
The first step in people management is often reported as the most challenging. This course aims to give newly appointed managers and those in their first year of managing one or two staff the core knowledge and basic tools to make it a truly rewarding experience.
This course provides an essential introduction to copyright law and how it is used in practice. Delegates will gain an understanding of the legal publishing landscape, and be able to make sense of their own organization’s contracts and licences.
Projects are vital for all publishing organizations to move forward and implement change. Everyone gets involved in them. They may involve developing new products, new processes and systems, adopting new technologies, reaching new markets, acquiring new business, selecting new suppliers or improving existing processes.
Seminar: How to Build a Data Driven Publishing Organization Thursday 20 April, London (full day) #alpspdatadriven Chaired by Freddie Quek, Group Head of Software, The Collinson Group and Research Associate, Henley Business School, our speakers will discuss what a data driven publishing organization looks like, why you should be one, and how best to go about this.
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