Michael Upshall discusses the impact of machine learning on scholarly communications
C B Lucas discusses the laborious problems of obtaining permission from publishers and authors to republish diagrams and photographs and suggests solutions
Data science company Altmetric has launched a pilot project with the OECD to track and report on the broader impacts of more than 120,000 articles, chapters, books, papers, tables, charts and statistical datasets in the OECD iLibrary
For many years now the ways in which students at higher education institutions have accessed their course readings has developed swiftly, writes David Duffield
RedLink, RedLink Network, and INASP have announced a partnership designed to help make usage tools and credentials management available for INASP members.
As a first step, the Zimbabwe University Librarians Consortium (ZULC) will be joining RedLink Network and adopting RedLink’s Library Dashboard. The partnership is designed to provide access to these services to the full membership of INASP libraries.
Sage Publishing has teamed up with the Institute for Policy Research at the University of Bath, to establish a Public Data Lab
Lorraine Ellery reports back from an ‘outsourcing challenges’ workshop that she moderated at the recent Research to Reader conference in London
The Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association, OASPA, has announced that registrations are now open for the 9th Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing (COASP)
UNSILO and Karger Publishers have agreed to create a number of artificial intelligence-based content enrichment solutions for its range of digital biomedical content services
May will see the Society for Scholarly Publishing hold its 39th annual meeting
Cartoon abstracts are a very effective way to bring research to life, writes Daniel Pullin
Judy Verses is executive vice president for research at John Wiley and Sons
From pilots to practice, more and more publishers are warming to open peer review, reports Rebecca Pool