Reports & Publications

ALPSP carries out occasional research studies on topics relevant to learned and professional publishing, to improve understanding by and of publishers. These reports and publications are available online free of charge to ALPSP Members. Login to access and download any of the reports.

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ALPSP is a founding member of the Publishing Research Consortium (PRC), a group of trade bodies and individual publishers, which supports global research into scholarly communication in order to provide unbiased data and objective analysis. Published reports are available free to download on the PRC website.

Thursday 09 November 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. read more

Wednesday 08 November 2017

Renew Publishing Consultants release results of Video Streaming Market Research

The report aimed to find out from publishers, scholarly societies, professional associations and higher education institutions about their video development plans, what they saw as the main challenges and barriers to delivering video content onlin... read more

Friday 30 June 2017

Navigating Research: How academic users understand, discover and utilize reference resources

Oxford University Press has shared its research findings in this white paper read more

Friday 30 June 2017

The Reach & Impact of Research Articles Beyond the Academy

ALPSP and Wiley have produced a free White Paper on how publishers and editors can enable impartial inclusive outreach and publication. read more

Thursday 13 October 2016

ALPSP publishes special issue of Learned Publishing focusing on university presses

12 October 2016 The Association of Learned & Professional Society Publishers (ALPSP) has today announced the publication of a special open access issue of their journal Learned Publishing. The University Press Redux comprises articles arising... read more