Editor's picks

James Gray

James Gray assesses the situation and how it can be addressed

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Matt Balara explains how an established publisher, De Gruyter, completed an extraordinary transformation

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From rapid disease information to a way to promote and share regional knowledge in multiple languages, preprints have come into their own in recent years. Siân Harris finds out more

News

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25 May 2022

Three quarters (77 per cent) of respondents believe their library deserves a ‘significant budget increase’

12 May 2022

The latest Research Excellence Framework (REF), detailing the results of a UK-wide assessment of university research, has been published.

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10 May 2022

The partnership will facilitate core user-facing digital products, including a new journal content delivery platform, and develop and enhance the parties’ technical capabilities.

Analysis & opinion

James Gray

23 May 2022

James Gray assesses the situation and how it can be addressed

Analysis & opinion

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23 May 2022

Matt Balara explains how an established publisher, De Gruyter, completed an extraordinary transformation

Céline Richard

21 April 2022

Céline Richard explains what the Large Hadron Collider has taught us about the importance of open access research

Tasha Mellins-Cohen

19 April 2022

COUNTER reports have an integral role to play in our wider scholarly communication system, writes Tasha Mellins-Cohen

Features

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19 May 2022

From rapid disease information to a way to promote and share regional knowledge in multiple languages, preprints have come into their own in recent years. Siân Harris finds out more

Features

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20 April 2022

There is a continuing need for the sorts of insights and judgements that only a person can bring, writes David Stuart

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10 February 2022

More and more library publishers are sharing experiences to topple tradition, reports Rebecca Pool

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12 November 2021

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

Interviews

Ivy Cavendish

Ivy Cavendish tells the inspirational tale behind the formation of a writing tool for researchers, TooWrite

Tony Roche

Emerald Publishing CEO Tony Roche talks of his career in scholarly publishing and a love of eastern cuisine

Alicia Wise

Alicia Wise, CLOCKSS executive director, reflects on her career and explains the importance of robustly preserving academic resources

Viewpoint

Today’s academic institutions are facing a number of issues, one of them being 'contract cheating'

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

Resources

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Many universities are finding they can no longer afford to provide the publications their patrons require

Today’s academic institutions are facing a number of issues, one of them being 'contract cheating'

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.

 

Press releases

14 March 2022

The Special Collections Handbook, Third Edition is a comprehensive desk reference providing the essential principles, skills, and knowledge to manage special collections in any setting. 

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 .