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30 August 2016

When technologies arrive on the market, not only are most libraries interested; they also test a few and integrate them in selected applications and projects, writes Rafael Ball.

11 August 2016

Roy Kaufman and Michael Iarrobino explain why text miners should heed the data quality imperative

09 August 2016

Southern journals need to be self-critical and creative, and should comply with standards recognised internationally, writes Haseeb Md. Irfanullah

01 August 2016

International advances in digital scholarship was the theme of the joint conference hosted in July by Jisc and the Coalition for Networked Education (CNI) – a US organisation supporting digital technology in scholarly communication – at the prestigious Wadham College, University of Oxford. Rachel Bruce discusses the key themes

18 July 2016

The EU referendum result does not have to be a catastrophe, if handled actively and positively, writes Mark Carden

14 July 2016

Article-level innovations continue to unite and disrupt the scholarly publishing scene, writes Stephanie Dawson

07 July 2016

Identity and access management is a critical aspect of academic and professional publishing, writes Jon Bentley

06 July 2016

The UK’s decision to leave the European Union (EU) goes against the natural development of scholarly and scientific research, writes Nicko Goncharoff

04 July 2016

At the SSP Annual Meeting in June, delegates heard about the power of mentorship in scholarly publishing. Here, panellist Meredith Adinolfi outlines the benefits for mentors and mentees

13 June 2016

When the sun comes out in Vancouver, the city positively glitters – and appropriately enough the SSP's 38th Annual Meeting, made up of academic publishing's brightest young things, was blessed with perfect weather

13 June 2016

Predictions on library budget increases in developing markets need to be treated with caution, writes Anne Powell

09 June 2016

While many publishing events cover relatively similar territory, there’s one boutique event that really tries to do something different, writes INASP's Jon Harle

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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