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Take your current journal offering to the next level
Journal Development 1: Practical plans for improving journal success
Wednesday 6 March 2019
Book your place: https://www.alpsp.org/Training/Journal-Development-1-2019/62354
This highly interactive course is a great option for roles with responsibility for a journal or journal portfolio.
Delegates will undertake realistic exercises to familiarize themselves with methods of evaluating their current journal (or portfolio), provide ideas on possible changes and will come away with the confidence to propose and defend their suggested development plans.
"A good course covering a lot of detail on journal development, as well as broader business content and latest trends in the industry."
James Cleaver, Taylor & Francis
Key information & content
Participants undertake realistic exercises and review relevant industry examples to understand:
* The rationale for developing journals
* The big picture: the evolution of scholarly communications, opportunities and threats for current publishing models.
* Changing business models - a case study
* Developing a development plan 1, evaluation
* Developing a development plan 2, objectives
* Developing a development plan 3, building the plan & getting buy-in
* Putting it into action: practical exercise.
Tutors: Neil Scriven, Senior Editor, Springer Nature, Pippa Smart, PSP Consulting
Date: Wednesday 6 March 2019
Time: 9:30 (registration with tea/coffee, from 9:00) until approximately 17:00
Location: Prince Philip House, 3 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y
ALPSP Members! Book by 6 December 2018 to take advantage of Early Bird rates https://www.alpsp.org/Training/Journal-Development-1-2019/62354
Other events from ALPSP you may be interested in:
Creating an Inclusive Culture, 13 February, London, (Training), https://www.alpsp.org/Training/Creating-an-Inclusive-Culture/62355
What is Hype and What Has Value? Technological buzzword or industry innovation? Webinar series, 5 February, 7 March & 2 April, online. https://www.alpsp.org/Webinars/What-is-Hype/62872
Publication Ethics: Fraud and misconduct, 20 March, London (training) https://www.alpsp.org/Training/Publication-Ethics-Fraud-and-misconduct/62353
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