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IET and Editage join forces

22 May 2015
The Institution of Engineering and Technology and Editage have announced a partnership that will provide discounted English-language editing services to authors submitting to the IET portfolio of journals

Elsevier rebuffs COAR/SPARC criticism of sharing and hosting policy

21 May 2015
Elsevier has rejected criticism of its new sharing and hosting policy, following a negative analysis by the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC) and the Confederation of Open Access Repositories (COAR)

Prestigious award for Digital Science's Amy Brand

20 May 2015

Sage and Publons announce peer review pilot

20 May 2015

More success for Liverpool University Press

18 May 2015

House of Lords papers digitised by ProQuest and National Library of Scotland

14 May 2015

Thomson Reuters releases results of five-year Academic Reputation Survey

12 May 2015


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An academic approach to sales and marketing in publishing

News image12 May 2015
In an article based on a presentation at the recent UKSG conference, Lynne Miller talks about sales and marketing functions working together hand-in-hand

The promise and limitations of technology to support end-users

News image1 May 2015
As director of research for FreePint, a global research analyst group and publisher focused on supporting the value of information in the enterprise, I have the opportunity to consider big challenges that our customers face in running information services, writes Robin Neidorf

Masters in Librarianship: opening my mind to a whole new world

News image24 April 2015
Student Julian Wood tells of his experience of the part-time distance Masters in Librarianship course at the University of Aberystwyth, in Wales