Society for Scholarly Publishing Announces Early Registration and Program Details for 45th Annual Meeting

The Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) is pleased to announce registration for our 45th Annual Meeting, “Transformation, Trust, and Transparency,” is now open! Catch up on industry trends and network with scholarly communications colleagues May 31–June 2 in beautiful Portland, Oregon or online! Early bird registration rates are available until April 21.

Kick off the meeting by networking with industry thought leaders who share advice, case studies, expertise, and the latest market solutions in our Industry Breakout sessions starting at noon on Wednesday!

Twenty-four educational sessions over two days led by top industry experts complementing three plenary sessions are at the heart of our Annual Meeting:
Keynote Address | Wednesday, May 31: Elisabeth Bik, PhD, Science Consultant, Harbors-Bik LLC
Featured Plenary | Thursday, June 1: The Evolving Knowledge Ecosystem
Closing Plenary | Friday, June 2: Trust in Scholarly Publishing Moderated Debate
Preliminary program details are available on SSP’s website.

In addition to early registration discounts, special rates are available for Librarians, Students, Retirees, Funders, Researchers, and organizational member staff.

If you prefer to attend virtually, all keynotes, plenary sessions, and selected educational sessions will be streamed live. All other educational sessions will be available on demand within 24 hours. Participants can chat in real-time with other attendees via the virtual meeting platform, and several additional online networking opportunities will also be available for exclusively for virtual attendees.

The SSP community continues to focus on bringing together academics, funders, librarians, publishers, service providers, technologists, and countless others with a communal interest and stake in disseminating scholarly information. Our Annual Meeting is an opportunity to continue this tradition and welcome all colleagues and community stakeholders, old and new!