- Download the Fall 2013 Bulletin
- AAP Statement on OSTP Deadline for Federal Agencies’ Public Access Plans
- CHORUS Update
- Understanding CHORUS
- AAP Statement on Supreme Court's decision in Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley & Sons, Inc
- AAP Supports OSTP Policy Urging Collaboration in Public Access
- AAP Statement on FASTR Act: “Different Name, Same Boondoggle”
- AAP Supports Finch Report Recommendations for Sustainable Expanded Access to Scientific Publishing
- Letter to New York State Assemblyman Andrew Hevesi and Senator Carl L. Marcellino in Opposition to A.9126/S.7046, an Act to Establish the Taxpayer Access to Publicly Funded Research.
- Letter to House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform in Opposition to the Federal Research Public Access Act H.R. 4004
- Letter to Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs in Opposition to the Federal Research Public Access Act S. 2096
- Publishers Applaud “Research Works Act,” Bipartisan Legislation To End Government Mandates on Private-Sector Scholarly Publishing
AAP and its Professional and Scholarly Division welcomed the introduction of the bipartisan Research Works Act.
- Publishers Support Sustainable Open Access
- Information on the Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP)
- Information on the Fair Copyright In Research Works Act
Seminars & Conferences
2014 PSP Annual Conference
Managing Innovation: Meeting the Challenges of Change
February 5-7, 2014
Ritz Carlton Hotel, Washington, DC
Where can you hear from 4 top executives from major publishing organizations in the PSP arena — speaking on the same panel? Right here at the PSP 2014 Annual Conference. The opening session The Value Proposition for Publishers and Professional Associations — Applying 20/20 Vision to a View of Scholarly and Professional Publishing in 2019 will feature Richard Brown, Director, Georgetown University Press, Youngsuk “Y.S.” Chi, Chairman, Elsevier, Philip Ruppel,President, McGraw-Hill Professional and Gary R. VandenBos,Publisher, and Executive Director of APA's Office of Publications and Databases, American Psychological Association.
Don't miss this once-a-year opportunity to join your colleagues and be part of this unique meeting.
OTHER SESSIONS INCLUDE:
- CHORUS: The Publishers’ Solution to Providing Efficient and Cost-Free Access to Articles Reporting on Funded Research
- Making Data Dynamic!
- Legal and Legislative Update
- When Is the Next Big Thing Mere Hype and When Is It … The Next Big Thing: What MOOCs Can Teach Us
- Measuring Success: Advances and Application of New Metrics
- The Rapidly Changing World of e-Books and How Libraries are Building Collections
- OPEN Access (including Europe & the UK)
- The Innovators!
The PSP/EIC Pre-Conference on Wednesday, February 5th will focus on “Expanding your Markets on a Global Basis!”
(Separate Registration Fee Required)
The global population is over 7 billion people and it is estimated the there are over 2.4 billion global users of the internet using an estimated 6.8 billion mobile devices. The internet has made the world smaller as we can find information about a topic from many different researchers across the world. Navigating this world economy is still rife with challenges. The question is how do you expand your business globally on a commercially sound basis. Join us as our esteemed panel of speakers address this question and other related topics.
- International Sales/Culture-Operating Globally
- Technology — Offshoring
- Business Models
- Strategic Alliances & Partnerships
- Social Media & Workflow Tools
PSP would like to thank the following sponsors of the 2014 Annual Conference
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