December 2006/January 2007

Open access helps when disciplines overlap

The American Institute of Physics (AIP) has recently launched its first open-access journal, Biomicrofluidics. We asked Mark Cassar, AIP’s manager for journal development, about open access, new technologies and why a physics publisher is interested in biology

Collecting research output

Catherine Jones gives a case study of how one research council has dealt with the challenge of collecting together all the research output from the facilities it funds

Making sense of usage statistics

The new SUSHI protocol is a standard way of reporting and analysing statistics on online journal usage. William Hoffman of Swets describes how this can simplify things for librarians

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