These changes are happening. And more changes will come after this. So I encourage you to participate actively in the community here at Atypon.
—Paul Tuten, Chief Technology & Product Officer, Taylor & Francis
In the scholarly publishing world, change often feels like the only constant. And right now, technology shifts are on the horizon that have far-reaching implications for everyone doing business on the web, anywhere in the world. How can scholarly publishers set up for success on this new internet, and what opportunities do the changes present?
Major changes in internet infrastructure being implemented by Google and Apple, and mandates from the European Union coming into force, will profoundly impact online privacy, security, and accessibility.
Managing all of these changes will require significant thought and planning; what we know now is that there will be big changes in how you deliver information to your audiences.
Enter Atypon’s upcoming webinar on Tuesday, March 1! In “Tectonic shifts: Preparing for major changes on the web that will impact scholarly publishers,” our experts will dig into what’s driving key technology changes, how they work, and what they mean for scholarly publishers and societies, readers, and members of your community.
At our Community Meeting in December 2021, Paul Tuten described our community as “one of the great advantages we have—using a shared service provider that represents all of us and can help us convene in a forum like this.” Thinking big means thinking together—please join us to kick off this new webinar series on March 1!
Preparing for major changes on the web that will impact scholarly publishers
Tuesday, March 1
10:30-11:30 EST / 15:30-16:30 GMT / 16:30-17:30 CET