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28/05/2014

Member Benefits

Benefits of ALPSP membership for scholarly publishers and those that work with them.

28/05/2014

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.

03/11/2015

ALPSP Awards

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

05/04/2016

ALPSP Awards Past Winners

Details of the winners of the ALPSP Awards from past years

29/06/2016

ALPSP Awards

ALPSP Award for Contribution to Scholarly Publishing information and previous winners

06/02/2019

ALPSP Position Statement on Plan S

ALPSP has submitted a formal response to the Guidance on the Implementation of Plan S.

20/02/2019

Feedback on the Implementation Guidance of Plan S generates large public response

Over 600 individuals and organisations provided feedback to cOAlition S. Respondents include researchers, librarians and libraries, publishers and editors, universities, learned societies, research funders and performers, and other interested citizens and organisations.

ALPSP Networking: Society Publishers Accelerating Open Access & Plan S

Event (multiple dates) - Mary Ward House, 5-7 Tavistock Place, London WC1H 9SN, United Kingdom (map) A discussion and networking event for ALPSP members. Chair: Niamh O'Connor, Journals Publishing Director PLOS and Chair-Elect, ALPSP Council Overview Plan S, developed by the...

05/10/2015

Member Access

ALPSP Members can access full content of Learned Publishing by clicking on the icon to the right of this text.  If you would like to set up IP access for all staff in a member organization or if you experience any problems, please email Diane French. The University Press Redux: 2018...

30/11/2018

Joint initiative to explore Plan S-compliant business models.

ALPSP partners with Wellcome and UK Research & Innovation (UKRI) to engage consultant to explore potential strategies and business models through which learned societies could adopt and thrive under Plan S.