ALPSP Training: Publication Ethics: Fraud and Misconduct - 04 Mar 2013 A wide range of ethical issues can arise in academic publishing. These can be caused by misbehaving authors (e.g. committing plagiarism or fraud), by abuse of editorial positions and also by conflicts between publishers’ and societies’ commercial interests and principles of editorial freedom and integrity. This course will cover how to effectively detect and deal with possible misconduct and show the importance of having sound ethical policies. This course has been developed in collaboration with the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).(Full Day)
ALPSP Training: Developing Open Access and Hybrid Journals - 05 Mar 2013 The aim of this course is to introduce staff from all areas of journals publishing to the complexities and unique challenges of running an open access journal or journals programme. Delegates will participate in discussion of open access journals and experiment with financial modelling, all enabling them to gain an understanding of the necessary steps to take when establishing and maintaining both full and hybrid open access journals. (Full Day)
STM 6th Intensive Course in Journal Publishing - Asia 2013 - 10 Mar 2013 "I'm very pleased to join this course and learn a lot about publishing management, I didn't know before. Thank you!"
"The topics covered were well balanced."
Training course 10 - 13 March 2013.
Social Media Compliance for Healthcare Organizations - 13 Mar 2013 This healthcare social media compliance training will educate participants on HIPAA compliant usage of social media in healthcare settings. It will explain how to comply with HIPAA laws and to avoid penalties and lawsuits that arise from improper usage of social media.
ALPSP Seminar: Open Access - scenario planning for societies - 20 Mar 2013 This seminar is for officers and staff of learned and professional societies in all subject areas, for whom journals revenue is significant. It will give practical advice on potential future scenarios for journals publishing and their implications for journal income, using case studies based on real journals. Organised by Sue Thorn Consulting in association with ALPSP.
ALPSP Training: Journal Development 1: Practical Plans for Improving Journal Success - 21 Mar 2013 This workshop provides an essential practical introduction to the business of developing journals. The course is highly interactive and participants will undertake realistic exercises to familiarise themselves with methods of evaluating their current journal (or portfolio) and provide ideas on how they can introduce changes. Although familiarity with the scholarly publishing environment is required, part of the course will also involve discussion of the role of journals in today's research environment and will consider what threats and opportunities exist for current publishing models.