ALPSP Alert

ALPSP Alert is the free member-only monthly newsletter. It contains a summary of important developments in the world of publishing and scholarly communications, as well as updates on ALPSP activities. Members should login to access the current and previous newsletters. 

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01 April 2021

ALPSP Alert Issue 287, April 2021 - Members only

Read the April 2021 issue. Contents Headlines Open Research Europe Elsevier signs with University of California ALPSP news ALPSP Member Offer: Post-COVID report ALPSP Conference and Awards ALPSP Awards for Innovation in Publishing 20... read more

02 March 2021

ALPSP Alert Issue 286, March 2021 - Members only

ALPSP Alert provides a monthly summary of industry news and is only available to members.To receive ALPSP Alert by email, please sign up.Read the March 2021 issue. Contents An updated from ALPSP Headlines ALPSP Virtual Conference & Award... read more

04 February 2021

ALPSP Alert Issue 285, February 2021 - Members only

ALPSP Alert provides a monthly summary of industry news and is only available to members.To receive ALPSP Alert by email, please sign up.Read the February 2021 issue. An update from ALPSPWith the continued uncertainty that has come with COVID-19... read more

12 January 2021

ALPSP Alert Issue 284, January 2021 - Members only

ALPSP Alert provides a monthly summary of industry news and is only available to members.To receive ALPSP Alert by email, please sign up.Read the January 2021 issue of ALPSP Alert. Contents Headlines eLife no longer a publisher? Wiley a... read more

01 December 2020

ALPSP Alert Issue 283, December 2020 - Members only

ALPSP Alert provides a monthly summary of industry news and is only available to members.To receive ALPSP Alert by email, please sign up.Read the December 2020 issue of ALPSP Alert. Contents Headlines Nature APCs and... read more

I always enjoy reading the Alert - it's my equivalent to the Times Higher Education Supplement - but for the publishing world!

Sally Hardy, Chief Executive, Regional Studies Association