Catherine Dhanjal asks: are researchers getting access to the vital data they need?
Analysis & opinion
More than 250 delegates gathered in Berlin for one of Europe’s most important gatherings on scholarly communication, writes Chris Armbruster
The accessibility of learning content is undergoing a dramatic change right now, writes Rick Johnson.
Jon Treadway (pictured) explains Digital Science's new report, Blockchain for Research: Perspectives on a New Paradigm for Scholarly Communication, exploring the impact the technology could have on scholarly communication and research
Stacy Konkiel wonders if altmetrics might help understand the influence of research in a more gender-balanced way
Universities can gain from employing digital tools in their teaching and learning strategies, writes John Donovan
The information profession has radically changed in recent years and it is continuing to evolve, writes Nick Poole
Verena Weigert and Graham Stone ask what can we learn from other countries to preserve the monograph
Paul Kudlow says the publishing industry is facing a monumental challenge: how do we ensure research is read?
It’s just two months until Research Information’s first industry event: Challenges in the Scholarly Publishing Cycle
Challenges in the Scholarly Publishing Cycle is an interactive one-day conference for publishers, information professionals and academics, to be held on Monday 4 December at the Business Design Centre, London.
Internet Librarian International will take place at London’s Olympia Conference Centre in October
IntechOpen's new CEO Anke Beck talks about her early inspirations, and of 20 years working in academic publishing