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23 January 2019

Elaine L. Westbrooks was interviewed as part of Research Information's report The Scholarly Publishing Research Cycle 2018

22 January 2019

Lyubomir Penev was interviewed as part of Research Information's report The Scholarly Publishing Research Cycle 2018

04 January 2019

Martha Sedgwick was interviewed as part of Research Information's report The Scholarly Publishing Research Cycle 2018

03 January 2019

Stephanie Dawson was interviewed as part of Research Information's report The Scholarly Publishing Research Cycle 2018

02 January 2019

The year 2018 saw a massive boost in the move towards open access in scientific publishing, particularly in Europe, writes Sami Benchekroun

11 December 2018

Rick Anderson was interviewed as part of Research Information's report The Scholarly Publishing Research Cycle 2018

06 December 2018

Jon Tennant was interviewed as part of Research Information's report The Scholarly Publishing Research Cycle 2018

20 November 2018

Ensuring security in libraries is more important now than ever, writes Skott Klebe

20 November 2018

Harnessing content management is the next generation in technology for publishing, writes Manisha Bolina

07 November 2018

Annette Thomas, chief executive officer for scientific and academic research at Clarivate Analytics, was keynote speaker at Charleston Conference. Here, we present some highlights from her speech

30 October 2018

To make all academic research findings accessible to everyone, we must explore what, exactly, we mean by 'open access' for books, writes Matthew Day

25 October 2018

A new generation of intelligent technology is transforming publishing and the world of digital content.

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Interview

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

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