Features

10 June 2020

As scholarly publishing communities search for the meaning behind metrics, the need for context is becoming crystal clear, reports Rebecca Pool

02 April 2020

Five organisations define, describe, and share their thoughts on a subject that has become something of a hot topic in recent times

30 March 2020

A growing number of mandates, incentives and declarations are driving progress in open data, reports Rebecca Pool

27 January 2020

From artificial intelligence to transparency, peer review’s journey is full of twists and turns, reports Rebecca Pool

26 November 2019

Tim Gillett picks five hot riffs on UX

25 November 2019

As the pressure to understand student success rises, Rebecca Pool asks: are libraries coming around to learning analytics?

20 September 2019

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

17 July 2019

From bypassing aggregators to the influx of new university presses, the world of library-based publishing is changing fast, reports Rebecca Pool

16 May 2019

As metrics continue to condense research, data industry players are seeking a broader view, reports Rebecca Pool

29 March 2019

Five industry figures tell Tim Gillett what authors should be looking for when disseminating their work

26 March 2019

As academic players embrace the ebook, scholarly publishers are clearing the path to easier access, reports Rebecca Pool

28 January 2019

Be it traditional or transparent, peer review players from the West want more reviews from the East, reports Rebecca Pool

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