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13 April 2017

For many years now the ways in which students at higher education institutions have accessed their course readings has developed swiftly, writes David Duffield

29 March 2017

It is very likely that we will soon see a major change to the appearance of scholarly ebooks, writes Niels Peter Thomas

28 March 2017

Lorraine Ellery reports back from an ‘outsourcing challenges’ workshop that she moderated at the recent Research to Reader conference in London

27 March 2017

May will see the Society for Scholarly Publishing hold its 39th annual meeting

24 March 2017

You never stop growing professionally in the scholarly communications industry, writes Meredith Adinolfi

24 March 2017

Predicting the future is notoriously difficult, writes Keith Webster

28 February 2017

Jacks Thomas, director of London Book Fair, previews next month's event

27 January 2017

Don’t let your research articles waste away on readers’ hard drives, implores Alexander Naydenov

27 January 2017

When it comes to fake news, nobody is talking about the importance of copyright, writes Roy Kaufman

17 January 2017

Emil Eifrem looks at how researchers can generate insights from vast datasets with the fast-emerging SQL alternative

03 January 2017

Recently, it transpired that 20 per cent of academic papers on gene research that are based on data collated in Excel spreadsheets have errors, writes Joe Galletta

13 December 2016

Broken pact in scholarly communication motivates shifting locus of control, writes Daniel Berze

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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