Advice & Guidance

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Friday 05 August 2016

Result of the UK Referendum on membership of the EU

  Last updated 5 August 2016 As you are no doubt aware, in a referendum which took place in the UK on Thursday 23 June 2016, it was decided by a small majority that the UK should leave the European Union. The formal procedure to trigger th... read more

Friday 29 July 2016

ALPSP Learning and Development Toolkit survey results

We are often asked about which training course or seminar is best for developing certain skillsets. We also understand that access to ALPSP training and events can be difficult due to the location, travel costs or time out of the office, and this... read more

Wednesday 15 April 2015

Member Briefing on Text and Data Mining

Text and data mining is increasingly seen as a useful method of analyzing large volumes of unstructured documents, in order to support innovation and the development of new knowledge, but what does this mean in practice? This briefing on TDM was u... read more

Thursday 09 April 2015

High Value Content: Big Data Meets Mega Text

Roy Kaufman, Managing Director of New Ventures at Copyright Clearance Center explains how. Big data may be making headlines, but numbers don’t always tell the whole story.  Experts estimate that at least 80% of all data in any organiz... read more

Sunday 14 December 2014

Granting Permissions

Scholarly publishers will always be in receipt of requests from third parties who wish to reproduce their content. Ensuring such requests are handled effectively and efficiently will help keep workloads manageable, ensure the business has an accu... read more

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