Webinars

ALPSP webinars provide insight and intelligence into key issues scholarly publishers face. They draw on the experience within the international ALPSP network and are shaped in development with our Professional Development Committee and North American Steering Group. They can be viewed from anywhere in the world and if a registrant is unable to join the webinar on the scheduled date and time, they can register and receive a recording for viewing at another time.  

Wednesday 27 June 2018

Trust, Truth and Scholarly Publishing Webinar Series

The Trust, Truth and Scholarly Publishing series comprises three webinars: Publishing without perishing, The reproducibility opportunity and Public engagement with scholarly research. more >

Wednesday 27 June 2018

Trust, Truth and Scholarly Publishing: Public engagement with scholarly research

In our industry, scholarly authors write for their peers, using terms and techniques appropriate for their audience. But their results are also often of interest to a broader audience, particularly findings that impact on everyday lives. So how can we explain complex concepts to a lay audience? Do the filters that exist in modern media channels distort messages and undermine the trust that the public might have in science and academia? What approaches can be deployed to stop this happening? more >

Thursday 20 September 2018

How to Grow your Business in China Webinar (series)

NEW Webinar series: How to Grow your Business in China. Members: book onto all three webinars and receive a discount. China is a big potential market for international publishers – in terms of a growing number of papers (for many years China has been the nation with the world’s second highest paper output after the US), but also with regards to a growing need for education and access to knowledge in the English language. That said, China is different from other key markets, due to specific regulations for content distribution (editorially, logistically) and for use of internet resources (social marketing, SEO etc) more >

Thursday 20 September 2018

How to Grow your Business in China: Editorial strategy

The first in our series of three webinars, this event aims to convey critical information for academic publishers who want to grow their business in China. China is a big potential market for international publishers – in terms of a growing number of papers (for many years China has been the nation with the world’s second highest paper output after the US), but also with regards to a growing need for education and access to knowledge in the English language. That said, China is different from other key markets, due to specific regulations for content distribution (editorially, logistically) and for the use of internet resources (social marketing, SEO). more >

Thursday 18 October 2018

Brand Building the Scholarly Author

Helping an academic author understand the importance of their online profile, combined with where online their work is being found, read and cited from, is of major benefit to the publisher. This webinar will assist the publisher in understanding those benefits and additionally discuss tools available to harness and understand online discoverability data. more >