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Learned Publishing

Learned Publishing is the journal of the Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers, published in collaboration with the Society for Scholarly Publishing.

NEW Introduction to Journals Publishing ONLINE

Event (multiple dates) - Date and Time 24 April, online, 10am-11.30am EDT (New York); 3pm-4.30pm GMT (UK); 4pm-5.30pm CET (Central Europe) Why you should take this training.....See our blog on how this workshop has been developed. Overview (Level 1) Developed from our most popular...


ALPSP Awards

Information about ALPSP Awards, our annual programme that recognises excellence and innovation in scholarly publishing.


Member Access

ALPSP Members can access full content of Learned Publishing by clicking on the icon to the right of this text.  The University Press Redux: Special issue was released in October 2016. Further details available on this flier . Read the articles on the Wiley Online Library site. If you...



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Member Directory

Find out who is a member of the ALPSP

Developing Open Access and Hybrid Journals

Event (multiple dates) - This course will be running in 2018. Please contact for dates. If you are interested in running this as an in-house course contact - this option is available to ALPSP members only. Overview The aim of this...

Introduction to Journals Publishing

Event (multiple dates) - A fantastic course, whether you are new to publishing or have been working a few years - excellent and thorough. Fran Lee, BMJ This course will be running in 2018. Please contact for dates. If you are interested in running this as an...

Journal Development 1: Practical plans for improving journal success

Event (multiple dates) - Probably one of the most useful courses I have done - excellent! I started off with almost no ideas for journal development and now I feel confident I can come up with an action plan. Susan Molony, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists This course will be...


How to Join

There are two groups of members within the Association. All are fully entitled to take part in the activities of the Association, although only the representatives of Full Members are entitled to be elected to Council and to vote.