Nobody expected the cancellations of so many meetings this year. The Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) 2020 Annual Meeting was one such casualty, though the Society’s leadership acted quickly to pivot content meant for in person to digital and on demand. Our team contributed several sessions as part of this effort:
Ann Michael contributed within ‘From Here to Data Maturity’ a pragmatic discussion-based session focused on leveraging data to drive business and customer value.
Lori Carlin contributed to the ‘The Changing Academic Publishing Landscape in China’ session which focused on Chinese researcher viewpoints and publisher strategy with regard to the challenges and opportunities in the region.
Alison McGonagle-O’Connell participated within ‘”Revolutionary” Standards- An Oxymoron or Reality?’ a NISO-organized session on community supported standards and their power in workflow transformation.
We remain committed to growing the ecosystem through sharing knowledge, and are very happy to share expertise by participating in community events virtually, in person (when it’s safe) and everywhere in between. Check our events calendar to keep up on our activities!