Editor's picks

Concerns have been raised over a new publishing deal between Wiley and a German consortium of 700 research institutes, libraries and universities

Research Information is searching for librarians and information professionals to share their experiences – good, bad or indifferent – in the pages of its magazine

Lou Peck discovers that a challenging issue is also increasingly complex – but there is also plenty to be celebrated

News

22 February 2019

Concerns have been raised over a new publishing deal between Wiley and a German consortium of 700 research institutes, libraries and universities

22 February 2019

Research Information is searching for librarians and information professionals to share their experiences – good, bad or indifferent – in the pages of its magazine

13 February 2019

Five women from developing countries are being honoured with an award for their research in the biological sciences

Analysis & opinion

21 February 2019

Lou Peck discovers that a challenging issue is also increasingly complex – but there is also plenty to be celebrated

18 February 2019

Jane Winters was interviewed as part of Research Information's report The Scholarly Publishing Research Cycle 2018

14 February 2019

Robert-Jan Smits gave an impassioned update – and defence – of Plan S at APE 2019 in Berlin

Features

28 January 2019

Be it traditional or transparent, peer review players from the West want more reviews from the East, reports Rebecca Pool

26 November 2018

While researchers, publishers and funders warm to data sharing, issues over misuse, citation and credit remain, reports Rebecca Pool

24 September 2018

Nine industry figures give us the low-down on the world of publishing platforms

24 September 2018

David Stuart describes how mainstream altmetrics have become, and the challenges the concept still faces

Interviews

28 January 2019

Alison Shaw, chief executive at Bristol University Press, talks about her early career and her hopes for the future

19 November 2018

Danny Kingsley, deputy director at Cambridge University Library, looks back at her early days at Australian National University – and forward to the many challenges facing librarians

31 October 2018

SpringerNature’s new CEO Daniel Ropers was keynote speaker at the STM Frankfurt event this month. Here, he outlines his early thoughts as a ‘newbie’ to scholarly communications

Viewpoint

31 May 2018

For academic journal articles Altmetric badges are a widely used and well understood measurement of impact. Historically, due to both complexities in the data and differences in the way audiences engage with the content, it has been more difficult to provide the same kind of insights into the impact of books and book chapters. 

9 April 2018

How Dimensions allows publishers and institutions to escape the limitations of siloed data

Since Dimensions launched in January, Digital Science has been talking and writing about how the platform breaks down barriers between different types information that have previously been siloed. But how do silos develop and why are they so damaging? 

Webcasts and white papers

26 January 2018

For tips on researching food information effectively, please join us for this webcast

08 December 2017

Successful life sciences and biomedical research is critical to important scientific breakthroughs and innovation

20 November 2017

This webcast addresses options available through GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO, and listeners will hear from one library that has worked with GOBI to build its collection