ALPSP Alert

ALPSP Alert is the free member-only monthly news digest. 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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Tuesday 06 February 2018

ALPSP Alert No 249 February 2018

ALPSP Members only. Latest news from ALPSP plus industry and library developments including: new index Dimensions, China surpasses US article output;Crossref changes reference options; Ace from DAISY to check accessibility; German copyright law to... read more

Tuesday 09 January 2018

ALPSP Alert No 248 January 2018

ALPSP Members only. New Year headlines: 37% UK research free at point of publication, AI the future of writing articles? SNSF to mandate OA, STM endorses licensing TDM, IFLA Trend report, LIBER announces 2018-2022 strategy, Library publishing review. read more

Tuesday 05 December 2017

ALPSP Alert No 247, December 2017

ALPSP Members only. This month's headlines FTC wins injunction against OMICs; COPE introduces Core Practices; ResearchGate, sharing and copyright; UK-SCL - website launches read more

Monday 06 November 2017

ALPSP Alert No 246 November 2017

ALPSP Members only: Headlines - Publishers challenge ResearchGate; US Copyright Small-Claims Enforcement Bill, Accessible Books Consortium, Organization Identifier Working Group, Penn Libraries stop using BePress; Zhejian University rewards social... read more

Monday 09 October 2017

ALPSP Alert No 245, October 2017

ALPSP Members only. This month's headlines: Australian government supports IP recommendations, Offsetting deals UK & Netherlands reports; APC payments in Sweden, Open Research Europe; GDPR 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