Features

02 April 2014

The Wellcome Trust has shared details of the money it paid for article processing charges in 2012-13. Sian Harris takes a look at the data

02 April 2014

The impact of data loss can be staggering for research. Nathan Westgarth argues the case for better data management

02 April 2014

Data sharing in libraries doesn't have to be daunting for librarians, writes David Stuart

02 April 2014

E-books have been around for a while now but publishers are still experimenting with different formats, interactive content, open access and business models, writes Nadya Anscombe

02 April 2014

Sian Harris looks at the role of e-book aggregators in providing access to scholarly e-book content

27 January 2014

As preservation professionals meet the rising demands of traditional publishers, can they also attend to the needs of riskier ventures, asks Rebecca Pool

27 January 2014

Many discussions at the Online Information 2013 conference focused on the changes and opportunities for information professionals, writes Sian Harris

27 January 2014

Sian Harris asks four subscription agents about how libraries purchase content and the implications of this for the agent's role

27 January 2014

Childhood friends formed New Zealand-based Publons to help academics build a reputation for their reviews, writes Sian Harris

27 January 2014

Last May, ProQuest bought e-book aggregator EBL. Sian Harris finds out about the company's plans to bring this and other businesses more closely together

27 January 2014

Jackie Jones discusses why Wiley is piloting a new system to help transfer peer review between journals

27 January 2014

Janne-Tuomas Seppanen describes a new journal that he hopes will provide recognition for good peer reviews

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