Analysis & opinion

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

18 July 2017

Group's intention is to research, discuss and advise on how journal publishers' activities can be measured, writes Phill Jones

05 July 2017

Across the world, everyone wants to measure returns on the investments that they make, writes Tasha Mellins-Cohen

04 July 2017

Audrey McCulloch asks: what would persuade 10 membership organisations to set aside their own agendas and gather together for discussion and collaboration?

26 May 2017

Humphrey Kombe Keah is an information management and digital services specialist at the World Agroforestry Centre in Nairobi, Kenya. He discusses the opportunities and challenges of information access in Kenya for agricultural science and national development.

16 May 2017

Generation X is now – and publishers and technology providers must deliver new products faster, writes Anne Stone

11 May 2017

What happens when librarians are asked to share their thoughts with academic publishers? That was the question behind research carried out in advance of the UKSG conference in April this year, write Bernie Folan and Claire Grace

05 May 2017

It remains a surprising fact to many that most open access publishers do not charge article processing charges, writes Liz Allen

02 May 2017

The UK needs a strong library and information association to represent the sector, champion the difference we make, and develop skills and expertise, writes Kate Arnold



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


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