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 was 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.

Friday 04 January 2019

Plan S update: UKRI Open Access Review Meeting

The presentation slides from the December meeting are available. Public feedback on the guidance of implement of Plan S is open until 1 February. read more

Friday 21 September 2018

ALPSP member briefing on PlanS

On 4 September 2018, Science Europe announced Plan S, a proposal for the transition of European-funded research to a fully open access environment, in line with the principles of open science. read more

Friday 07 September 2018

Publons Release Inaugural Global State of Peer Review Report

The report brings together novel results of a survey of 11k+ global researchers alongside data from Publons, ScholarOne, and Web of Science. read more

Thursday 06 September 2018

Renew Publishing Consultants publish findings of research projects: Discovery and Streaming Video

Renew Publishing Consultants have published the results of two large scale research projects, both of which are available on their website. read more

Friday 01 June 2018

Open Access Must-Reads, Spring 2018

ALPSP and CCC share the Spring 2018 edition of the “Open Access Must-Reads” series – a thoughtfully curated selection of important articles from the past few months that expound upon “can’t miss” developments in the world of Open Access. read more