Can e-books make their mark in research libraries? Rebecca Pool finds out the predictions of a new study
Analysis & opinion
Tensions between advocates and opponents of open access increase with the launch of a new partnership that is aimed at protecting the integrity of scientific research, reports Nadya Anscombe
Scientific publishers worldwide have refused to publish papers written in Word 2007. Rebecca Pool investigates
E-books are becoming important parts of many publishers' plans but librarians and users are confused about how to buy them, according to a new survey. Nadya Anscombe reports
A new code of practice promises to ease journal transfer for librarians, reports Rebecca Pool
Librarians in Latin America are increasingly turning to digital resources, according to a new report from Accucoms. Nadya Anscombe investigates
Across the world publishers and search engines have resorted to court cases to resolve disputes over how content is used. Siân Harris investigates a new project that hopes to solve this problem
The UK's Research Information Network (RIN) has got representative organisations in the UK to agree on major public policy goals for the scholarly communications process. Nadya Anscombe finds how more
The European Commission has revealed how it intends to help increase and improve access to and dissemination of scientific information.
Information professionals are satisfied to offer their researchers anything that has been peer-reviewed, according to a recent study.
Cartoon abstracts are a very effective way to bring research to life, writes Daniel Pullin
Judy Verses is executive vice president for research at John Wiley and Sons
From pilots to practice, more and more publishers are warming to open peer review, reports Rebecca Pool