Research & Scholarly

  • The Research & Scholarly Publishing Forum

    Is this the end of publishing as we know it?

    The Research and Scholarly Publishing Forum tackles the major issues shaping the future of academic publishing, including the impact of Open Access and the future of peer review processes. 

    The next RSPF Conference will be held on Wednesday 13 March 2019. Bookings will open shortly.

  • The Programme

    In 2018, RSPF debated the big questions facing Academic publishing, including: How much of OA content is used by the general public whose taxes supported some of the research? How many researchers regularly read papers in disciplines other than their own? What is the real impact of academic research papers and monographs being freely available?

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    Benefits

    • Understand the challenges and global trends facing research communication
    • Listen to debate surrounding complex issues such as Open Access and peer review
    • Network with leaders in scholarly publishing.

    Previous Speakers

    Speakers shared global perspectives and strategic insight into the latest policy, publishing models and technologies. The half day conference provided plenty of chances to network with colleagues from an international scholarly publishing community and gain inspiration to help your business stay ahead of the curve.

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  • Get Involved

    The 2019 Research and Scholarly Publishing Forum will be held on Wednesday 13 March, 2019, 9:30 - 13:00 at Olympia Conference Centre, West London.

    Bookings open shortly.

    Who Attends

    Assessment bodies | Content providers | Educators/teachers | Information industry consultants | International educational policy makers | Publishers | Researchers

    Industry Partner

    The Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers (ALPSP) is the international trade body for not-for-profit organizations and institutions that publish scholarly and professional content. ALPSP connects, informs, develops and represents the scholarly publishing community.

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