LAWRENCE, Kan – June 15, 2015 – Allen Press, Inc., printer and publishing services provider, will host the seventh annual Best Practices and Innovative Solutions webinar series beginning this July. These four one-hour webinars, designed for societies, associations, and publishers, will be presented monthly beginning July 16 and ending October 15.

Learn best practices and tips for how to redesign your publication in the July 16 webinar, Managing a Publication Redesign. This webinar will share best practices for what to do, in what order, and when. A few case studies will help illustrate the process and spark ideas for your own publication redesign.

The Trending 20: Current Developments in Scholarly Publishing will take place on August 20. This lightning round in a webinar format will share brief updates on 20 trending initiatives and developments that are currently shaping the world of scholarly publishing.

On September 17, the third webinar, Preventing Misconduct in Scholarly Publishing, will highlight solutions that any journal can put in place before ethical issues arise, and resources that could be helpful during or after a worst-case event.

The last webinar of the series will take place on October 15. Best Practices for Association Accounting will share best practices for maintaining your association’s chart of accounts and managing donated funds for their intended purpose. We’ll also discuss important IRS forms that every association should file.

All webinars will be led by Allen Press’ professional staff. All sessions will be held at 11:00 a.m. Central Time. There is no cost to attend the webinars, but participants must register online at

These online events provide practical advice and timely information for managing your publication, association, or society. Allen Press offers a variety of educational and informational events throughout the year. Our long-standing commitment to education began with the notion that convening our clients, partners, and experts in the publishing community to share information and experiences would help everyone better understand the issues we face together and how we might better serve our respective constituents.

Melanie Dolechek, Director of Publishing and Marketing, Allen Press, Inc. | tel 785.843.1234