The Platform Strategies meeting at the New York Academy of Sciences has been postponed to 2021, and we look forward to seeing you all there. Meanwhile, we invite you to continue to engage around the technologies and strategies that support professional and scholarly knowledge in a new webinar series.

Platform Strategies Webinar Series

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Opening Content for COVID:
Transitioning models, security, and the future of subscriptions after the pandemic
July 1, 11am EST / 4pm GMT

To enable researchers, students, and faculty in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, many publishers removed paywalls from their content. As those free access periods are set to expire, how are publishers handling the reinstitution of paywalls, both logistically and from a messaging standpoint? How has this period changed customer relationships and how will it change future sales approaches? And how has the race to open content affected intellectual property protections and guarding against cyber criminals like SciHub? Join a panel of publishers and service partners who are working through these challenges and more.

Platform Strategies Video Library

Platform Strategies Video Library

Revisit recordings of previous years’ sessions, hosted in a new video library by Cadmore Media, complete with full, searchable, interactive, and downloadable transcripts.
Platform Strategies 2019

Platform Strategies 2019

PS19 Archive: View the 2019 agenda, download presentations, and watch recordings from the 2019 event held in NYC.
Platform Strategies 2018

Platform Strategies 2018

PS18 Archive: View the 2018 agenda, download presentations, and view recordings from the 2018 meeting in Washington, DC.

Praise for Platform Strategies

This conference blows all other STM publishing conferences out of the water.
A not-to-be-missed event!
Excellent forum and really good interactions. It's always valuable to be in a room with a lot of smart people exchanging opinions and ideas.
Excellent venue for learning about advances, networking, and formal and informal interchange.
A thoughtful program, strong speakers, and an excellent bunch of people attending.
The attendees are essentially all of my favorite people from industry meetings all in one room. So I find this meeting really valuable for catching up with all the people I like to keep close with.

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