Analysis & opinion

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07 September 2017

Matt McKay makes the case for collaboration to enhance scholarly sharing

07 September 2017

Liz Allen describes the work of a new initiative: Better Information. Better Decisions

06 September 2017

Revisiting history can help researchers be ready for future challenges, writes Ian Palmer

05 September 2017

Helen Lippell previews Taxonomy Bootcamp London, which will be held at Olympia in October

31 August 2017

Entrenched viewpoints on both sides of the open access debate risk leaving authors stuck in no man’s land, argues Rob Johnson

17 August 2017

What opportunities might we be missing by trying to make one size fit all?, asks Audrey McCulloch

17 August 2017

From email to chat rooms to social networks, online collaboration has evolved rapidly over the years – as have users, writes Kent Anderson

09 August 2017

Jez Cope and Angela Davies describe a research sharing initiative in the north of England

19 July 2017

A global shift in priorities affects how publishers must think about the structure of academic research, says Martin Szomszor

19 July 2017

Anton Yuryev outlines some of the needs of researchers in the 21st Century

19 July 2017

Siân Harris reports from the recent INASP Publishers for Development conference

18 July 2017

Heather Staines describes the work of Hypothesis, which promotes annotation capability across the web

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Feature

Open access looks set to shake up the humanities and social sciences book landscape for the better, reports Rebecca Pool

Interview

Nigel Lee, CEO at Glasstree Academic Publishing, describes how he wants to transform scholarly communications