Ensuring security in libraries is more important now than ever, writes Skott Klebe
Analysis & opinion
Harnessing content management is the next generation in technology for publishing, writes Manisha Bolina
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
To make all academic research findings accessible to everyone, we must explore what, exactly, we mean by 'open access' for books, writes Matthew Day
A new generation of intelligent technology is transforming publishing and the world of digital content.
Despite the problems confronting academic pubishing. it remains one of the most lucrative sectors in the world, says Manuel Martin
Sarah Huggett and Sacha Boucherie report on Elsevier's recently-launched artificial intelligence programme
Vee Rogacheva asks: is poor UX design becoming a barrier to content?
Impact literacy is a key challenge for scholarly communicators, writes Harriet Bell
Donald Samulack wonders whether we are missing an opportunity to energise a generation of scientists
Intelligent content is opening the door to digital-first publishing, say Renee Swank and Carl Robinson
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