Aptara regularly hosts webinars and seminars, and participates in the content and business solutions industries’ most important trade shows. Preview our calendar and pay us a visit.
Conference: The Society for Scholarly Publishing Annual Meeting 2022| Chicago
Date: 1 – 3 June ,2022 | Booth: 310
Details: Let’s reconnect: We can discuss moving tagging and copyediting tasks further upstream in the publishing process with you. Leave your contact details by clicking on the link below, and we will set up a meeting with you.
Details: We will be exhibiting at ATD 2022 and would love to meet with you to showcase our expertise and how our learning solutions can help you drive learning and strategy while lowering development time and cost by utilizing our onshore, offshore, and hybrid delivery options.
Leave your contact details by clicking on the link below, and we will set up a meeting with you.
We will be at The London Book Fair at Olympia London. Janine Burr-Willans, our Strategic Accounts Director- UK & Europe, will be in attendance and would love to meet with you. Leave your contact details by clicking on the link below, and she will reach out to you.
Webinar: Gamification Strategies to Upskill & Reskill your Hybrid Workforce
Date: : 9 Nov 2021 | Time: 11 AM EST
A well-designed game accelerates employee learning and activates a sense of enthusiasm to expand their skills in line with future company goals. At this webinar, our experts will be sharing strategies on creating effective gamification programs that will help upskill and reskill your hybrid workforce.
We will be at the National Society of Compliance Professionals Conference at the Gaylord National Hotel, National Harbor, MD on all three days. Greg Fagan, our Senior Director of Business Development, will be in attendance and would love to hear about your compliance challenges. Leave your contact details by clicking on the link below, and he will reach out to you.
Conference: Charleston Conference 2021
Date: 1st to 5th November
Come meet with Aptara in historic Charleston SC where we will be attending the conference in person and sharing information on publishing trends, Open Access solutions, AI learning and other topics of interest with those in attendance, whether in person or virtually. We look forward to seeing you there!
Webinar topic: Disengaged Employees? Use Training to Drive Employee Engagement!
Date: 10th June 2021 | Time: 11 AM EST
Employee disengagement leads to a range of problems, register for our webinar to learn how training can contribute to high engagement rates.
Session: The Society for Scholarly Publishing’s 43rd Annual Meeting
Date: 24th May 2021 | Time: 1:00 – 1:20 PM
Hear our experts at Industry Breakout Session 5
Automated tagging/pre-editing that leverages our AI/ML processing.
Platform migration assistance and accessibility tagging (and we have a special guest later in the presentation to talk about their experience).
SciPris APC collections are now integrated with page production and includes a publisher portal for deal management and pricing updates.
Knowledge Discovery from Data harvesting, anomaly detection and association learning in tandem with tailored customer support to meet the needs of the changing publishing world.
Webinar topic: Organizational Transformation through Virtual Learning
Date: 4th March 2021 | Time: 11 AM EST
Details: The adoption of Virtual Learning in an organization not only enhances its learning and development but also brings about organizational transformation. Want to know how? Join our webinar that will discuss the critical role of Virtualization and Virtual Learning in Organizational Transformation.
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