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03.27.2023 |SSP News & Releases

Annual Meeting Registration is Open—Download the Preliminary Program now!

Catch up on industry trends and network with scholarly communications colleagues May 31–June 2 in beautiful Portland, Oregon or Online! Early bird registration rates are available until April 21.

View theAnnual Meeting Preliminary Program!

The Society for Scholarly Publishing’s 45th Annual Meeting is the premier multidisciplinary education event in scholarly publishing. Engage with experts and thought leaders at this three-day education and networking event!

  • 24教育会议在两天了by top industry experts complementing an insightful keynote speaker are the heart of the SSP Annual Meeting;
  • The SSP Previews session with lightning-round presentations of new technologies and products;
  • Industry breakout sessions with more opportunities to meet and learn; and
  • Poster sessions highlighting case studies and best practices in publishing.

Important Dates

• April 21 – – – – – – – – – – Early Registration Discount Ends

• May 8 – – – – – – – – – – – Discount Hotel Room Rate Expires

• May 17 – – – – – – – – – – Registration Cancellation Deadline

• May 26 – – – – – – – – – – Advanced Registration Closes

SSP’s Annual Meeting offers attendees a strong program full of informational and thought-provoking presentations covering the biggest issues and questions in our industry today. Join colleagues from society and commercial publishers, research institutions, university presses, libraries, and service providers to ask the tough questions and strive together to find the right balance within an industry in the throes of change.


Double Trouble: Inappropriate Image Duplications in Biomedical Publications
Elisabeth Bik, PhD,Science Consultant, Harbors-Bik LLC

Elisabeth Bik, PhD is a Dutch-American microbiologist who has worked for 15 years at Stanford University and two years in industry. Since 2019, she has been a science integrity volunteer and consultant who scans the biomedical literature for images or other data of concern and has reported over 6,000 scientific papers. She can often be found discussing science papers on Twitter at @MicrobiomDigest, writing for her blogScienceIntegrityDigest, or searching the biomedical literature for inappropriately duplicated or manipulated photographic images and plagiarized text.


The Evolving Knowledge Ecosystem

In this plenary panel session, hear from industry leaders as they talk about the societal and economic pressures driving our industry today and what they tell us about the future. This candid discussion will address some of the most exciting opportunities and the greatest challenges shaping the present and future of scholarly communication.

Moderated Debate:Artificial Intelligence will Fatally Undermine the Integrity of Scholarly Publishing

This Oxford-style debate will see two teams debating a resolution related to AI’s role in scholarly publishing, with the winner based on audience votes before and after the debate. Don’t miss this exciting final session where your participation will decide the outcome!


Industry Breakout SessionsYour registration includes additional opportunities to learn about industry challenges and solutions on Wednesday afternoon in these 30-minute sessions. Plan to arrive by noon on May 31 to take advantage of this content provided by industry knowledge experts.

NetworkingAttendees will enjoy ample opportunities to meet colleagues and share ideas at evening receptions, facilitated discussions, and other events.

Exhibitors MarketplaceThe SSP Annual Meeting allows attendees to explore new ideas, products, services, and technology. Our exhibitors are committed to supporting SSP’s membership and invite you to visit their booths, ask questions, and take advantage of their expertise.

Poster SessionsPosters provide an avenue to share additional content with attendees and lead to more in-depth and interactive information exchanges than is possible in educational sessions. Check out the posters throughout the Annual Meeting and the dedicated poster presentation sessions.

Community Project在今年的年会上,SSP支持local Portland non-profit Street Books, a bicycle-powered mobile library, serving people who live outside in Portland.


Full Meeting Registration (In-Person)Registration for the SSP Annual Meeting includes general sessions, concurrent educational sessions, Industry Breakout sessions, entry to the Exhibitors Marketplace, breakfasts and lunches on Thursday and Friday, and receptions on Wednesday and Thursday.

Discounted RegistrationSpecial rates are available for librarians, students, retired professionals, funders, researchers, low/middle income country residents, and groups.

Hotel BlockMaximize your savings by booking your hotel room at our discounted rates (before they run out!) at the Hyatt Regency Portland.

Virtual RegistrationCan’t join us in Portland? Then the Virtual Registration Option is for you! Virtual attendance provides the perfect opportunity for industry professionals to attend the SSP 45th Annual Meeting in Portland on their terms.

EARLY BIRD RATES AVAILABLE THROUGH APRIL 21, 2023!Members save even more! Join SSP now and save over $100 on your registration fees for the Annual Meeting.

Thank You to Our 2023 Annual Meeting Sponsors!

Scholarly IQ
Cabells Scholarly Analytics
HighWire, powered by MPS Limited
KnowledgeWorks Global Ltd./Sheridan
American Geophysical Union
Copyright Clearance Center
Delta Think
Royal Society of Chemistry

To learn more about sponsorship opportunities at the Annual Meeting, visit the18luck 登录 or contact.

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