Becoming a Data Driven Publishing Organization, ALPSP seminar, 20 April, London

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.

STM Annual US Conference – Conference 2017: The Future Decade of the Researcher

25 – 27th April 2017, National Press Club, Washington DC The Researcher is faced with the colliding worlds of competing for tenure, grants, and positions. Together with a tsunami of articles, data, platforms and collaboration networks, the researcher is faced with many demands on their time and career.

STM Annual US Conference – Society Day: Positioning your society for high performance

25th April 2017, National Press Club, Washington DC The STM Society Day conference dedicated to helping the Scholarly Society Publisher community to come together to discuss their opportunities, challenges and common issues.

ALPSP – Best Practices in Editor-in-Chief Recruitment, 9 February 2017, Webinar

An effective editor-in-chief (EIC) is critical to sustaining and enhancing a journal's performance. But recruiting, selecting, and coaching new EICs is not always straightforward, with a range of practical, ethical, (and political) factors to consider. This webinar, the first in a two part series focusing on editors-in-chief and editorial boards, will focus on the key steps to recruiting new EICs.

Innovations Seminar 2016

The 2016 edition of STM’s Innovations seminar covers everything that is now hot on the web: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Our program offers forward looking updates on social sharing and collaboration networks

STM Digital Publishing 2016 – An STM Week Event

Continuing the successful series of Digital Publishing seminars, in 2016 we are bringing together industry-leading digital operations experts to give you an insight into some of the trickiest challenges facing us today.

Intensive Course in Journal Publishing – Hong Kong 2016

The course is designed for people working in scholarly publishing and primarily with journals. To gain the most benefit from the course, the ideal participant will need to have at least one - three years publishing experience as junior or middle manager but others with more experience will find the course a useful refresher and an inspiration for their future career.