Features

30 July 2015

The rapid growth of digital information has led to rising interest in new approaches to information retrieval and discovery, writes David Stuart

30 July 2015

From the environment to gender studies, there is plenty of research taking place across Africa into issues that impact local people. Sian Harris looks at some of the challenges and opportunities for the continent's researchers

30 July 2015

Researchers face many challenges but in some places these challenges can be more pronounced for female researchers because of additional cultural and other pressures. Four researchers who joined INASP staff at the recent Gender Summit Africa meeting in South Africa share their stories

30 July 2015

South African journal publisher NISC is proud of its strapline "Publishing Africa's Research", says managing director Mike Schramm

30 July 2015

Sarah Glazer introduces Libraries Without Borders, which is having a huge impact on learning in the developing world

01 June 2015

Amy Bourke rounds up proceedings at the STM Annual US Conference, held in Washington DC, USA, in April

01 June 2015

London Book Fair had an extra focus on academic publishing this year. Here, we report on some of the highlights from Olympia

01 June 2015

As digital technologies re-shape traditional teaching methods in higher education, the MOOC is finding its feet, reports Rebecca Pool

01 June 2015

Interest in new metrics to demonstrate the impact of research has grown rapidly over recent years, and shows no sign of slowing down,writes David Stuart

01 June 2015

In the world of academic publishing, what does discovery really mean?
Seven key industry figures offer their opinions

27 March 2015

In principle, the benefits of sharing data - by which I mean the digital or analogue sources that underpin research findings - are undeniable, writes Verena Weigert, senior technology manager at Jisc

27 March 2015

In February, professionals from the cultural heritage and tech communities gathered in Paris at the National Library of France for this year's EuropeanaTech conference. Imogen Greenhalgh and Gregory Markus report

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