Editor's picks

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Liz Martin asks: what can publishers do about the environmental impact of digital content?

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Jonathan Bresman explains why the Starship Enterprise and Jurassic Park needed semantic search

Neil Blair Christensen

Neil Blair Christensen discusses the evolution of enriched scholarly research

News

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08 July 2021

Two-year pilot deal provides Plan S-compliant route for UK consortium

29 June 2021

Report covers 20,000 journals from 113 countries across five continents and 254 research categories

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28 June 2021

Finalists will be invited to showcase their innovation to industry peers at event in September

Analysis & opinion

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28 July 2021

Liz Martin asks: what can publishers do about the environmental impact of digital content?

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20 July 2021

Jonathan Bresman explains why the Starship Enterprise and Jurassic Park needed semantic search

Neil Blair Christensen

20 July 2021

Neil Blair Christensen discusses the evolution of enriched scholarly research

Features

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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?

06 January 2021

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

Interviews

Anna Clarkson

20 July 2021

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

Simone Taylor

29 June 2021

AIP Publishing's Simone Taylor talks digital books, inclusion, long-distance walking and gluten-free baking

07 May 2021

Jason Priem tells of his hopes for a ‘long-overdue’ change in academic publishing

Viewpoint

18 May 2021

Diamond open access (OA), sometimes also referred to as platinum open access, is a form of gold open access

Susan Mizruchi

24 February 2021

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

Webcasts and white papers

10 June 2021

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

09 June 2021

Join us for “Psychology Research and Behavioural Health Trends” for a review of how databases from the American Psychological Association on EBSCO platforms enable students, scholars and clinicians in psychology and related fields to research timely behavioural health topics.

12 May 2021

Hear from two professors who are are using the MLA International Bibliography in their teaching of literature

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