Analysis & opinion

Micah Vandegrift

24 September 2019

Micah Vandegrift discusses a broad variety of methods to share research and scholarship, especially infused with open values

Adrian Mulligan

27 August 2019

Researchers now spend almost as much time searching for articles as actually reading them, writes Adrian Mulligan

27 August 2019

Scholarly publishing leaders must show the way in using the technology to solve problems within the industry, writes Darrell Gunter

Roy Kaufman

19 August 2019

Roy Kaufman focuses on a promising trend for dynamic, content-empowered learning environments

Claire Doffegnies

02 August 2019

Given the constant discussion about Brexit at the moment, you’d be forgiven for forgetting that the EU Parliament continues to legislate on issues that affect the lives of citizens across Europe, from Agriculture to Transport, writes Claire Doffegnies

16 July 2019

Vivek Mehra explains how the English language is dominating global communication and changing school structure

Chris Smith

28 June 2019

Chris Smith explains why they matter, and how publishers and universities can benefit

Rossana Morriello

25 June 2019

Rossana Morriello assesses the ways in which librarians are supporting research in Italy

This article was jointly written by Andrea Chiarelli (pictured), Juliane Kant and Birgit Schmidt on behalf of Knowledge Exchange. Andrea Chiarelli is a consultant at Research Consulting. Juliane Kant is partner representative for the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) in Knowledge Exchange. Birgit Schmidt is head of knowledge commons at Göttingen State and University Library.

19 June 2019

Active engagement and collaboration are needed to deliver the promise of preprints, writes Andrea Chiarelli

17 May 2019

The mechanisms of scholarly communication are showing their age, writes Daniel Hook

17 May 2019

Joe Tragert explains how to leverage discovery platforms as information literacy training tools

15 May 2019

Authors need to be reconnected to the library to make it the starting point for research, argues Robert Lisiecki

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