Episode 2 of the Early Career Podcast from the Society for Scholarly Publishing. Meredith Adinolfi and Sara Grimme speak with Laura Ricci and Ian Mulvany about career progression.
Amber Dilabbio discusses the University of Toronto Press’ experience with virtual attendance at a publishing meeting.
The SSP Annual Meeting Program Committee is currently accepting concurrent session proposals for the 42nd Annual Meeting, being held next May 27–29 in Boston. Here’s how to put together a session proposal.
A preview of next week’s SSP New Directions Seminar.
Videos of the sessions from the SSP’s 2019 Annual Meeting are now available.
This year’s SSP annual meeting included a special track of non-traditional sessions. Guest Chef, Christine Orr writes about round tables, bringing your own topic and listening to those who might otherwise not speak up.
Welcoming a new Chef in the Kitchen, Haseeb Irfanullah.
We ask the 2019 Society for Scholarly Publishing Fellowship winners to offer their thoughts on this year’s Annual Meeting.
Some thoughts about using social media in a more intentional and humane manner, and video presentation by Dan Harvey on why outrage and anger are so prevalent (and valuable) online.
We’re off for the US and UK holiday and this week’s SSP Meeting. A musical interlude to move you into summer…
Are you looking forward to this year’s SSP Annual Conference? We are! This month we asked the Chefs which sessions they were planning to attend and why.
Jasmine Wallace shares strategies for getting the most out of attending publishing meetings.
Charlie Rapple summarizes the panel discussion from SSP’s first UK regional event, with highlights and tips relating to career breadth, the pros and cons of working in big vs small companies, becoming a leader, networking, “becoming your best self” and “getting comfortable being uncomfortable”.
Dr Joseph Williams, an expert in multicultural and social justice training, is delivering a pre-conference workshop on micro-aggressions at the SSP Annual Meeting. Find out more in this interview!
Rick Anderson interviews Jeff MacKie-Mason about the University of California system’s recent break with Elsevier.