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 North American Committee. 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. 

 

Tuesday 09 May 2017

Masters in Publishing Webinar Series: Building innovation in mission-driven organizations

In our latest Masters in Publishing webinar, Alison Mudditt, Director of University of California Press, will discuss how to build and maintain a culture of innovation within a mission-driven organization. more >

Thursday 25 May 2017

NEW Bribery Prevention: Sales essentials webinar series

Companies must conduct their worldwide operations and activities in compliance with all applicable anti-bribery and corruption laws. Bribery laws prohibit payments or the giving of other advantages to third parties that are intended or likely to improperly influence their decision-making. This webinar will focus on what sort of standards and procedures need to be put in place to help comply with, and avoid, violations of these laws. more >

Thursday 29 June 2017

What's New in Journal Metrics? CiteScore and more

In this webinar Chris James, Product Manager for Research Metrics and Ludo Waltman PhD, Centre for Science and Technology Studies, Leiden University examine recent innovations in journal metrics and provide an overview of CiteScore metrics. more >

Thursday 28 September 2017

NEW Competition Law: Sales essentials webinar series

Antitrust and competition laws govern the competitive process and promote fair and open competition. They are intended to ensure that the best products are available at the lowest prices to the greatest number of consumers, and to protect consumers and the process. These laws generally forbid agreements or joint actions between competitors regarding prices, bids, product or territory allocations, customers or suppliers; agreements or joint actions between suppliers and customers that restrain or tend to reduce competition; and conduct by a single entity that is intended to establish or maintain a dominant market position or monopoly. Violations of these laws can lead to severe monetary fines for companies and fines and even imprisonment for individuals. This webinar will focus on good practice and how to conduct your publishing business in a legally compliant way. more >

Tuesday 05 December 2017

NEW Introduction to Journals Publishing

Developed from our most popular introductory course this online workshop is now available globally. We have taken a blended learning approach – 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. Part one provides an introduction to context, job roles and the publication stages in scholarly publishing. more >