Interviews

04 February 2011

Researchers have the same core content needs as they had in the past but the way they use content is changing, says Mary Sauer-Games, senior vice president, market development at ProQuest

25 November 2010

Sarah Greene has just been appointed editor-in-chief of Faculty of 1000 (F1000) as well as editor of The Scientist magazine. We ask her how post-publication peer review helps researchers guide scientists to the most important work

23 September 2010

Digitising and tagging resources helps researchers find what they need, says Alastair Horne, innovations manager of Cambridge University Press

12 August 2010

Elsevier's ScienceDirect platform is now 10 years old. We ask Rafael Sidi, the company's VP of product development, how things have changed over that time and what the future holds

10 June 2010

Over recent months there have been several big announcements from EBSCO, including the purchase of e-book aggregator NetLibrary from OCLC and the launch of EBSCO Discovery Service. We asked Tim Collins, president and general manager of EBSCO Publishing, to tell us more about the company's plans

09 April 2010

We ask Victor Henning, one of the founders and directors of Mendeley, about the reference management start-up

15 February 2010

Web technologies offer researchers new ways to find and use information but publishers need to innovate to help them, believes John Haynes, vice president of publishing at the American Institute of Physics (AIP)

26 November 2009

Jacek Ciesielski, general manager of Poland-based publisher Versita believes that article-level marketing helps attract good papers and boost journal impact factors

02 October 2009

Olaf Ernst, Springer's president of eProduct management and innovation, talks about some of the new developments in electronic publishing

27 July 2009

Kai Ekholm has been director of the National Library of Finland since 2001. He is also chair of IFLA's Committee on Free Access to Information and Freedom of Expression (FAIFE)

20 May 2009

Alicia Wise, chief executive of the UK's Publishers Licensing Society (PLS) and also on secondment to the Publishers Association, explains why licences are particularly valuable now that so much content is digital

16 April 2009

CABI, which is owned by the governments of 42 countries, will celebrate its 100th birthday next year. We asked Carol McNamara, executive director for commercial activities, about what the organisation has seen in the past and its plans for the future

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