Mary Beth Barilla interviews SAGE’s Martha Sedgwick in advance of her keynote address at the SSP’s Pre-conference at APE 2019.
Meet our newest Chef, Jasmine Wallace.
Continuing our efforts to benefit from this year’s reader survey, today we share some stratified analysis by gender, race/ethnicity, and age and an update on efforts to diversify our contributors and perspectives.
The deadline for proposing sessions for next year’s SSP Meeting is approaching. Get your ideas in this week!
Last week saw the official launch of the Coalition for Diversity & Inclusion in Scholarly Communications (C4DISC) – a collaboration between 10 industry organizations led by SSP. Learn why this group is needed and what its priorities are in this post by Alice Meadows
Have you visited the SSP library lately? It’s a treasure trove of information about scholarly communications, including videos of the sessions from this year’s Annual Meeting.
It’s that time of the year again – when we add personal travel to our business travel. See what travel tips the Chefs have to offer and please contribute your own!
Earlier this year we carried out our first readership survey and today we are happy to share the preliminary results in this post by Alice Meadows, one of the group responsible for the survey.
You’ve heard from the delegates at large. Now come hear what the SSP Fellows thought about the Annual Meeting in Chicago earlier this month.
Jocelyn Dawson reviews the panel on Building an Inclusive Culture in Scholarly Publishing from the recent SSP Annual Meeting.
Lisa Hinchliffe shares her advice for guest authors and describes how the guest authoring process works. Guest posts add vibrancy and variety to the Scholarly Kitchen. Be Our Guest!
While we normally Ask The Chefs, this time we’ve Asked the Delegates to tell us about their experiences and takeaways from the SSP Annual Meeting. Come hear what they had to say!
One last look back on our anniversary — what are the most viewed posts for the last decade?
A look back at video interviews from the 2013 SSP Annual Meeting.
How can we ensure that SSP continues to be “the community for everyone engaged in scholarly publishing”? As part of our 40th anniversary celebrations, today we’re hearing from a range of early career professionals about their own career aspirations, and the role that SSP can play in helping them develop and thrive in a constantly changing landscape.