The Society for Scholarly Publishing’s (SSP) 42nd Annual Meeting – Rethink, Reimagine, & Revolutionize the Future of Scholarly Communication, scheduled for May 27-29, 2020, in Boston, MA, is now accepting session proposals.
Inspired by the rich history of SSP’s 2020 host city, SSP’s 2020 Annual Meeting hopes to explore a range of revolutions as they apply to the community. Equity and inclusion, ethics, artificial intelligence, and open access mandates provide both opportunities and challenges for the community as a whole.
This year’s concurrent track themes aim to address several large domains that will influence the revolution.
All proposals must be submitted through the ScholarOne abstract submission system. Interested parties may submit their proposals for concurrent sessions now through November 15. Proposals for sponsored sessions are being accepted now through January 10.
Proposals for poster presentations are also being called for. Posters provide an opportunity for information to be displayed and available to all attendees. Poster authors will also be able to discuss their poster’s content with attendees in one-on-one or small group conversations. The call for poster proposals will open next month.
In addition to proposals that speak to the meeting topic and tracks, SSP is also welcoming creative, non-thematic submissions. Proposed sessions should describe how the content will engage SSP’s audience with vital information, get attendees thinking in new ways, and involve a diverse set of speakers across subject areas.
Additionally, the Society is inviting sponsors and exhibitors to share their message with nearly 850-950 attendees. The Exhibit and Sponsor Prospectus outlines the many opportunities you have to reach this important market, including exhibits, sponsorships, advertising, and media distributions.
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