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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 Special...

NEW Disruption, Innovation and Creativity: How to generate and implement new ideas in scholarly publishing

Event (multiple dates) - Overview  #alpspcreate The rate of innovation in scholarly publishing is accelerating. Researchers need new services for a changing environment and technology now provides a multitude of options to help. But where do you start, what should you do to respond and...

Effective Journals Marketing

Event (multiple dates) - This course will be running again in 2017. Please contact Melissa Marshall for dates. For in-house enquiries (members only), please contact Amanda Whiting.  Overview Technology is changing, new business models are developing and new markets emerging –...

Introduction to People Management for Publishing

Event (multiple dates) - This course will be running again in 2017. Please contact Melissa Marshall for dates. For in-house enquiries (members only), please contact Amanda Whiting.  Overview The first step in people management is often reported as the most challenging. This course...

09/05/2016

Taylor & Francis Group has launched TandFChina.com an online hub for Chinese customers and partners

Taylor & Francis’ has launched TandFChina.com, its online hub for the scholarly community in China. It offers key resources for authors, researchers, journal editors, research librarians and learned societies in Mandarin, as well as being a gateway to all Taylor & Francis content...

31/08/2006

How is scholarly communication changing as a result of the Web? 2006

This White Paper is the first to be developed from the activities of the ALPSP Future Watch committee. It is drawn from presentations and materials discussed at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington DC on 7 June 2006.

30/03/2006

Survey of Librarians on Factors in Journal Cancellation 2006

This study was commissioned by ALPSP to ascertain what are the major factors contributing to journal cancellations, and thus to provide some new information for a debate that has inevitably so far been short of data.

01/10/2009

Survey of Librarians: Responding to the credit crunch - what now for librarians and libraries? 2009

Against the backdrop of the global economic downturn that began in the second half of 2008, and the impact that this had on public finances and on the volatility of the world's major currencies, ALPSP undertook a survey of librarians in mid-2009 to inform a panel discussion at the ALPSP...