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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13 January 2022

ALPSP Alert Issue 296, January 2022 - Members only

Read the January 2022 issue. To receive ALPSP Alert by email, please sign up. Headlines Wiley acquires eJournal Press and Knowledge Unlatched Report on Jisc-Wiley transitional deal ALPSP News ALPSP 50th Anniversary New Training Co... read more

01 December 2021

ALPSP Alert Issue 295, December 2021 - Members only

Read the December 2021 issue. To receive ALPSP Alert by email, please sign up. Headlines UNESCO recommendation on OA ratified NIHR revises OA policy ALPSP News Training programme 2022 UKRI Policy on OA webinar University Press Redux C... read more

02 November 2021

ALPSP Alert Issue 294, November 2021 - Members only

Read the November 2021 issue. To receive ALPSP Alert by email, please sign up. Contents Headlines Publishers and SDG goals New journal model from CUP F1000Research to publish HSS ALPSP News Interested in having your say about EDI? AL... read more

05 October 2021

ALPSP Alert Issue 293, October 2021 - Members only

Read the October 2021 issue. To receive ALPSP Alert by email, please sign up. Contents Headlines ALPSP Careers Hub launches Climate change cooperative from Kudos cOAlition S statement on OA books ALPSP News Membership renewals fo... read more

02 September 2021

ALPSP Alert Issue 292, September 2021 - Members only

Read the September 2021 issue. To receive ALPSP Alert by email, please sign up. Contents Headlines UKRI OA policy unveiled UKRI OA policy – comments ALPSP News ALPSP Virtual Conference and Awards 2021: 15-17 September ALPSP Spon... read more

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Sally Hardy, Chief Executive, Regional Studies Association