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28/05/2014

Member Benefits

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

15/12/2016

British Pharmacological Society honours contributions across pharmacology and related fields

The British Pharmacological Society has awarded Elizabeth Whelan, formerly at Wiley, an honorary fellowship for her service to their publishing. You can read the full release and list of other professionals honoured on the BPS website: https://www.bps.ac.uk/news-events/news/society-news

28/05/2014

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.

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:...

09/11/2017

The OA Effect: new report

Springer Nature published a white paper The OA effect: How does open access affect the usage of scholarly books? on 7 November 2017.

03/11/2017

Exploring Usage of Open Access Books Via the JSTOR Platform

This report by Lucy Montgomery, Neil Saunders, Frances Pinter & Alkim Ozaygen is the outcome of research commissioned and funded by four university presses.

30/10/2017

Getting Research into Parliament

A new guide from Taylor & Francis, Sense about Science and POST (Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology)

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.

28/05/2014

Industry Knowledge

Helping you to develop your publishing career with job posts, training, courses and events

11/10/2017

Knowledge E launches SciCloud

Knowledge E is pleased to introduce SciCloud - a new type of e-library enabling research organisations and research service providers to collaborate towards a more effective research ecosystem.