A report on the SSP Publisher-Funder Task Force’s meeting of senior researchers, university administrators, funders, publishers, and representatives from other organizations on the topic of Responsible Research Assessment for the 21st Century.
The SSP’s Charleston Pre-Conference Session looked at key issues and challenges in OA monograph publishing as well as how best to evaluate new OA book models and their potential ROI.
Episode 9 of the SSP’s Early Career Development Podcast discusses what libraries mean to the scholarly communications ecosystem.
This week a series of posts looking back at the lessons learned from SSP Meeting DEI sessions. Today’s post looks at “Retrogression Research and Limiting Diversity: the Impact of the Pandemic on Scholarly Publishing’s Inequities”
This week a series of posts looking back at the lessons learned from SSP Meeting DEI sessions. Today’s post looks at “Accelerating DEI: Have the Data? Use the Data!”
This week a series of posts looking back at the lessons learned from SSP Meeting DEI sessions. Today’s post looks at “The Glass Ceiling You Don’t Know About Yet”.
This week a series of posts looking back at the lessons learned from SSP Meeting DEI sessions. Today’s post looks at Dr. Joseph Williams’s keynote, “Fighting Racial Inequity in the Publishing Industry”.
The Society for Scholarly Publishing’s 44th Annual Meeting will be held June 1–3, 2022, and there’s still time to submit your proposals
The Scholarly Kitchen is seeking a new editor for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility coverage.
The SSP Career Development Committee’s Professional Skills Map is in its second iteration, and the results are presented here. The Skills Map aims to guide scholarly publishing professionals across industries and career levels in recognizing their personal strengths and interpersonal and technical skills, and then map those skill sets to fitting roles across the industry, empowering them to advance in their current roles and explore potential career paths they may not have previously considered.
Members of the 2020 class of SSP Fellows share their top take-aways from the recent SSP Annual Meeting.
What did you consider the highlight of the 2021 SSP Annual Meeting? There may have been no handshakes and hugs, but there was plenty of great programing and even some opportunities for conversation. Come hear what the Chefs had to say and tell us what you thought!
A glimpse behind the curtain on the planning for the SSP Annual meeting. A conversation between Stephanie Lovegrove Hansen, Lori Carlin, Yael FItzpatrick, and Cason Lynley on what to expect, how the shift to a virtual environment changes things, and how to get the most out of attending.
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Dawit Tegbaru offers ideas on how the scholarly communications community can take action to address inequity.