Editor's picks

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'Elitist world' discriminating against humanities must be avoided at all costs, write Martin Eve and Anthony Cond

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Sami Benchekroun

Sami Benchekroun outlines post-pandemic trends in scholarly communications

News

22 October 2021

Single sign-on specialist invites speakers to submit proposals for its annual industry conference

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22 October 2021

Cambridge University Press initiative 'will bring researchers from different fields together'

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21 October 2021

Report focuses on national responses to Covid-19 and the link to regional research investment and subject diversity

Analysis & opinion

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21 October 2021

'Elitist world' discriminating against humanities must be avoided at all costs, write Martin Eve and Anthony Cond

Sami Benchekroun

19 October 2021

Sami Benchekroun outlines post-pandemic trends in scholarly communications

Alvin Hutchinson

18 October 2021

Institutional repositories have not evolved in the way they were first intended, writes Alvin Hutchinson

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 say open access funding agreements will tip the balance of publishing output. But not everyone, reports 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?

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?

Interviews

Ben Kaube (left) and Andrew Preston

23 September 2021

Andrew Preston and Ben Kaube tell us about their new venture Cassyni, which is aimed at shaking up the world of academic seminars

Frances Downey

22 September 2021

Frances Downey, head of research and innovation culture at UKRI, explains the formation of the organisation’s Good Research Resource Hub

Anna Clarkson

20 July 2021

Anna Clarkson, editorial director for education and behavioural sciences at Taylor & Francis, details a reconstruction of the publishing process

Viewpoint

4 October 2021

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

1 October 2021

The right home for the Metabarcoding and Metagenomics journal since day one

Webcasts and white papers

19 October 2021

Free webcast on Wednesday 3 November, 1pm GMT

03 September 2021

White paper that looks at the FOLIO open source library services platform, its history, architecture, governance model, and types of services provided by EBSCO Information Services and partners worldwide.

10 June 2021

Find out how Inspec on EBSCO’s platforms helps librarians, faculty and researchers

Managing the publication explosion: the role of libraries and technology

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