- Download the Winter 2013 Bulletin
- 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
Free Brown Bag Luncheon: Sales for Books, Journals, and Electronic Products
Tuesday, June 18th, 2013
71 Fifth Avenue, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10003
Is this for me?
If you have between 0-3 years experience in any department of a professional and scholarly publishing organization this event is for you.
Why should I attend?
- Meet your Peers
- Listen & Learn about Sales Strategies
If you would like the opportunity to network with other staff in the professional and scholarly publishing arena, meet your peers and find out what they’re doing and learn about sales strategies then this free luncheon talk is for you!
Call for Attendees!
PSP Journals Reboot: Problem Solving in an Evolving Journals Landscape
(formerly PSP Journals Boot Camp)
September 16-18, 2013
The PSP Journals Reboot is an intensive three-day course on journals publishing offered every two years (on every odd calendar year) by the Professional and Scholarly Publishing (PSP) division of the Association of American Publishers. The purpose of the course is to expose participants to all aspects of journals publishing.
PSP Upcoming Guest Speaker (Free of Charge):
More Info to Follow
The guest speaker talk is free of charge but you will need to sign up as space is limited. You can sign up to hear the talk via webinar. If you or a colleague wishes to attend, please contact Sara Pinto at email@example.com.
Save the Date:
PSP 2014 Annual Conference
February 5-7, 2014
Ritz Carlton Hotel
(More details to follow)
For more information on PSP events contact Sara Pinto at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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