Challenges in the Scholarly Publishing Cycle – 2019/2020 yearbook – Delivering the Open Research Agenda

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The Meaning of Open

David Stuart investigates the concept of open research, and what it means to the scholarly community


Breaking down barriers

David Nicholas discusses open science and the new wave of researchers


Transforming an academic publisher

Mandy Hill explains how Cambridge University Press has been embracing open research


Making the potential actual

Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe discusses the finer points of putting policy into practice


'A need for intense collaboration'

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


Share and share alike!

Kirsty Merrett offers some heartfelt advice on how to help authors throughout the research lifecycle 


'Focus on the real needs of researchers'

Olga Koz describes how her job as an academic librarian has evolved and expanded over the years 


A commitment to furthering knowledge

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


Kick-starting open data support

Szabi Steiner describes efforts to encourage data sharing at City, University of London 


Content marketing boosts open access adoption

The publishing industry has yet to fully acknowledge the need to create accessible stories to increase the uptake of OA articles, writes Sabine Louët


CISPC 2019 – Rising to the challenge

Librarians, researchers, funders, publishers and other vendors came together in a spirit of cooperation for the third CISPC meeting in November, writes Tim Gillett