ALPSP Alert

ALPSP Alert is the free member-only monthly news digest. It contains a summary of important developments in the world of publishing and scholarly communications, as well as updates on ALPSP activities. Members should login to access the current and previous newsletters. 

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Wednesday 08 March 2017

ALPSP Alert No 238 March 2017

It was a surprisingly busy month: a new marketing executive for ALPSP, implications for German publishers of the Vogel case, the AAAS announced that they would allow hybrid OA in a deal with the Gates Foundation, there is an update on preprint ser... read more

Monday 06 February 2017

ALPSP Alert No 237 - February 2017

This month it was announced that Release 5 of the COUNTER Code is now available for final comment and will become required for compliance in January 2019. Other key news includes the January issue of Learned Publishing, themed on discoverability... read more

Tuesday 31 January 2017

ALPSP Alert No 236 - January 2017

The year has started with a flurry of news; the EC has made a momentous ruling on VAT for digital publications, CiteScore has been launched by Elsevier and lots, lots more ... read more

Wednesday 07 December 2016

ALPSP Alert No 235 - December 2016

Lots of news this month - look out for Crossref's preprint registration, ARL's report on how US libraries manage APCs and how Ringgold's ISNI registration should help with this: lots of ORCiD news, and new products and initiatives including severa... read more

Monday 31 October 2016

ALPSP Alert No 234 - November 2016

This month includes some highlights from OA week, news of the newly announced RCUK funding, a new North American editor for Learned Publishing and we've published our special issue on university publishing, news that most data is already available... read more

I always enjoy reading the Alert - it's my equivalent to the Times Higher Education Supplement - but for the publishing world!

Sally Hardy, Chief Executive, Regional Studies Association