Online Training

In addition to our face to face workshops, we offer online training sessions. Contact Melissa Marshall if you have any questions about selecting or booking a course.

ALPSP Online training - key features 

  • Pre-course reading/exercises
  • Interactive, live online workshops
  • Comprehensive course pack 
  • Pre-course questionnaire
  • Post course quiz
  • 48 hour email follow up 
  • Certificate on completion of all elements.

Discounts and early bird rates for ALPSP members. 

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Wednesday 17 June 2020

Understanding Copyright Online Training

This online course provides an essential introduction to copyright law and how it is used in practice. Delegates will gain an understanding of the legal publishing landscape, and be able to make sense of their own organization’s contracts and licences. more >

Wednesday 01 July 2020

Journal Metric Analysis and Measuring Impact Online Training

Metrics and impact measurement have become an increasingly important part of the scholarly publishing and research landscape. This online course covers some of the ways publishers can measure impact and the associated metrics. It is divided between citation metrics, such as the Impact Factor and citation based analysis, and altmetrics looking at a range of tools such as, Impact Story and PlumX. The course also covers usage as a metric and various author and article level metrics such as the h-index. more >

Wednesday 07 October 2020

How Journals Work: A complete introduction Online Training

Developed from our most popular introductory course this online workshop is now available globally. We have amalgamated the previous 2 separate training courses into one interactive course over 2 sessions. In this workshop delegates will have interactive time with the tutor online as well as pre- and post- course work to prepare for and reflect on what has been discussed and will provide delegates with an understanding of what makes successful journal, finance and business models as well as the basics of copyright and IP. The workshop provides an introduction to context, job roles and the publication stages in scholarly publishing and also covers the fundamentals of marketing. It is relevant to all those new to journals publishing with up to one year's experience or those who have been out of this area for several years and are seeking a refresher. more >