Editor's picks

Jisc will use analytics dashboard Unsub to scrutinise agreements between publishers and universities

James Molloy

James Molloy reflects on the many different strands of his role as a librarian

The last decade promised a revolution but high prices have stirred up a rebellion

News

22 April 2021

Rule change applies to all content published including journal articles, conference proceedings and ebooks

21 April 2021

F1000 is collaborating with two Chinese customers to develop open research publishing platforms

14 April 2021

Report reveals huge growth in 19 countries across Middle East, North Africa and Turkey

Analysis & opinion

Chris Banks

22 March 2021

Transition to open access must be made as smooth as possible, writes Chris Banks

James Molloy

15 March 2021

James Molloy reflects on the many different strands of his role as a librarian

Ted Slater and James Malone

11 March 2021

Siloed data has a wide-reaching impact, say Ted Slater and James Malone

Features

10 March 2021

The last decade promised a revolution but high prices have stirred up a rebellion. Rebecca Pool asks: what's the way forward?

06 January 2021

Rebecca Pool asks: will coronavirus leave preprints and peer review inextricably entwined?

11 December 2020

There was high praise for the fourth iteration of CISPC – this year held in an entirely digital format

10 December 2020

The pandemic has pushed the use of technology to the fore and it is likely to remain there, writes Tim Gillett

Interviews

Marian Asantewah Nkansah

19 February 2021

Research Information meets award-winning Ghanaian researcher Marian Asantewah Nkansah

Eric Merkel-Sobotta

11 February 2021

Eric Merkel-Sobotta discusses the APE conference, the Berlin Institute for Scholarly Publishing, and a great love of horticulture

Andrew Barker

02 February 2021

Andrew Barker, UKSG chair, looks back on a difficult year – and towards a brighter future (and tells of his love for 50s jazz)

Viewpoint

Susan Mizruchi

24 February 2021

The Digital Age has significantly increased the amount of information that is produced on a daily basis

21 January 2021

The Modern Language Association (MLA) is pleased to announce the release of “Literary Topics,” the fifth subject-area module for use in conjunction with our free teaching resource Understanding the MLA International Bibliography: A Free Online Course

Webcasts and white papers

Liz Bal, Ian Harrow, Marta Teperek

10 February 2021

Why open or FAIR data is crucial to support scientific research in academia and industry

21 January 2021

It seems like a generation ago since the physical library disappeared, to be replaced by corporate information hubs, where search was transferred from expert searchers to the scientist and end-user at their desk

21 September 2020

As the world continues to be impacted by the COVID-19 virus, the scientific and medical research communities continue to search for effective treatments and work on vaccine options

Managing the publication explosion: the role of libraries and technology

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