Exhibitions

ALPSP attends a number of international trade events and exhibitions. For further information contact Melissa Marshall

London Book Fair 2020

The London Book Fair 2020, scheduled to take place at Olympia, London, from 10 to 12 March has been cancelled following the escalation of COVID-19 Coronavirus in Europe. Click here to read the statement from Reed Exhibitions 

ALPSP London Book Fair stand 2019Tuesday 10 - Thursday 12 March 2020, Olympia, London. Stand 7C11

  • Come and meet the ALPSP team!
  • Enter our competition at the stand to win a free place on a training workshop/seminar, free access to an online course or free entry the ALPSP Annual Conference 2020
  • Meet with colleagues at our Member Drinks Reception (Tuesday 10 March, 17:00-18:30), email to reserve a place: melissa.marshall@alpsp.org
  • We are organizing two free one hour seminars at The Faculty. Everyone is welcome, we hope to see your there
  • Member discounts for The Research & Scholarly Publishing Forum - email melissa.marshall@alpsp.org for the code.

ALPSP will once again be exhibiting at the London Book Fair 2020. We will be in the National Hall, stand 7C11, on the ground floor and in exactly the same position as 2019. You can find out what's happening in the Academic and Scholarly Publishing areas here. We are delighted to also be joined by the following ALPSP members in the ALPSP pavilion. 

Access Innovations, Inc,
American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO),
Aries Systems Corporation,
Cadmore Media,
Delta Think,
HighWire,
Manuscript Manager,
Renew Consultants 
The University of the West Indies Press

Watch the interview with Simon Inger from Renew Consultants explaining why being a stand sharer works for them.

ALPSP Member Drinks Reception

The drinks reception will be held on Tuesday 10 March from 5:00-6:30pm at the ALPSP stand, 7C11, and will again be sponsored by the Copyright Clearance Center. If you would like to attend please email melissa.marshall@alpsp.org

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The Faculty

ALPSP will be holding 2 sessions in The Faculty this year. These are free to attend sessions for all visitors and exhibitors to the show. The Faculty is located in the National Hall, 7A11 (very close to the ALPSP stand). 

Tuesday 10 March 13.00 - 14.00
Too big to fix? Working to help solve industry-wide rights issues
Rights are an integral part of publishing but what happens when there are industry-wide problems that seem too big to fix? From addressing poor rights management to slashing six-month turnaround times for permissions requests, learn how Publishers’ Licensing Services are leveraging their position as a collective management organisation to start solving issues that plague publishing houses across the industry. 
Chair: Amy Ellis, PLS Rights & Licensing Manager
Speaker: Amy Joyner, Head of Rights & Licensing, Kogan Page

Wednesday 11 March 10:00 to 11.00
The Metadata Power Hour This will now run as a free webinar on 21 April (details)
Feel like you hear too much about metadata? Not enough? Find it confusing? Of vital importance? Yes to all of the above! In very practical ways, metadata has different implications for different roles in scholarly communications and like so many topics close to us, it can be hard to sift through the available information to find out what it means to you. Regardless of experience, understanding or enthusiasm (or lack thereof), metadata is important to us all and this session aims to show you how.
Join our panel of experts to understand the challenges and opportunities for everyone involved in or affected by scholarly metadata (so, pretty much everyone)-authors, editors, librarians, service providers and more. With real-life use cases, a little humour and audience input, together we will cover topics like:
What are PIDs and will we ever see an end to new ones? How on earth do I know what’s in my metadata? Or yours? Who’s using all of this metadata anyway and for what exactly? Why should I care about it?
Start your Wednesday off right with a session that might change your mind about metadata, for the better.
Chair: Jennifer Kemp, Head of Business Development, Crossref
Speakers: Fran Frenzel, Metadata & Discovery Manager, University of London, Senate House Library,
Sean Harrop, Content Architect, BMJ,
Dr Ian Synge, Principal Consultant, CCC and
Paige MacKay, Publishing Editor, Ubiquity Press

The Research & Scholarly Publishing Forum

ALPSP will be supporting The Research & Scholarly Publishing Forum which will take place on Thursday 12 March from 9:30 to 13:00 in the Apex Room, Olympia London. Admission into the conference also includes FREE Visitor access to the three days of The London Book Fair.
Topic: All about Open Access: 'Shared Value? Shared Values? Who Owns Open? 

Price: £149 + VAT (early bird price). £99 + VAT for ALPSP members. Email melissa.marshall@alpsp.org for the code. 
More information and register your place here.

Frankfurt Book Fair 2020

ALPSP will be exhibiting at Frankfurt this year which will begin on Wednesday 14 October and ends on Sunday 18 October. If any members are interested in stand sharing with ALPSP please email melissa.marshall@alpsp.org