Editor's picks

The UK and Ireland’s major university presses have announced the launch of a framework for collaboration

Tamir Borensztajn

Tamir Borensztajn assesses inequity in the research process and ensuring fair access to diverse information

Emily Choynowski

Emily Choynowski surveys the challenges facing academic publishers in the Middle East

News

BMA House, London

17 January 2022

Transformative agreements, new business models and experiences of early-career researchers all up for discussion

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17 January 2022

More than 36,000 full text articles will be uploaded from open-access journals

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12 January 2022

Deal provides access to journal content alongside unlimited open access publishing

Analysis & opinion

Tamir Borensztajn

10 January 2022

Tamir Borensztajn assesses inequity in the research process and ensuring fair access to diverse information

Analysis & opinion

Emily Choynowski

04 January 2022

Emily Choynowski surveys the challenges facing academic publishers in the Middle East

Gaia Donati

17 December 2021

Delving into physics digital archives provides surprising and inspiring food for thought, writes Gaia Donati

David Armstrong

11 November 2021

Options for disseminating research content have proliferated over the past decade, writes David Armstrong

Features

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12 November 2021

While open science has gained from the pandemic many challenges remain, writes David Stuart

Features

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29 September 2021

Eighteen months into the pandemic, Rebecca Pool asks: do libraries face an exclusively digital future?

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19 July 2021

Many believe open access funding agreements will tip the balance of publishing output. But not everyone, says Rebecca Pool

13 May 2021

The pandemic has provided a tantalising glimpse of the potential of open educational resources. Rebecca Pool asks: will they become our new normal?

Interviews

Fiona Hutton

Fiona Hutton, of Cambridge University Press and Assessment, looks back over her career and tells of her love of the wilderness

James Gray

Kortext CEO James Gray reflects on founding the company, his wider career, and some life-changing moments

Ben Kaube (left) and Andrew Preston

Andrew Preston and Ben Kaube tell us about their new venture Cassyni

Viewpoint

Sally Ekanayaka

For advancements in scholarly output discovery to exist, systematic content structuring, clustering and categorisation must evolve, writes Sally Ekanayaka

Sara Bosshart

Open Access keeps me up at night. Not the why…or the what, but the how, writes Sara Bosshart

Only a few visionaries saw the long-term potential of commercialising space stations because of its high maintenance cost

Resources

This white paper explores the topic of privacy in library analytics while presenting best practices and solutions which can help a library improve its library analytics approach and maintain proper data security standards.

 

Broadcast to focus on unlocking access to paywalled content, just-in-time content acquisition and user-centred strategies

Join three experts who will discuss the implications of linked data and entity descriptions across a range of important issues

Press releases

27 October 2021

A free scholarly search engine for browsing open access academic content has been launched to coincide with International Open Access Week

22 October 2021

The Company of Biologists has signed a new three-year read-and-publish agreement with Jisc .

16 August 2021

Researchers will be able to make faster and more accurate analysis of experiment data