IOP Publishing and the Council of Australian University Librarians have announced an agreement covering 31 universities in Australia and New Zealand
Emerald Publishing has signed a three-year agreement with the Turkish Academic Network and Information Centre – a division of the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey – to allow 190 academic institutions access to its eJournal Premier Collection.
ProQuest has launched a program to provide no-cost access to its databases for students and researchers who have been separated from their universities and libraries because of travel bans or other immigration changes
Knowledge Unlatched, the open access initiative supporting monographs in the humanities and social sciences, and JSTOR, the digital library of academic journals, books, and primary sources, are partnering to study usage patterns in open access
Kudos and Aries Systems have announced a partnership through which plain-language summaries will be captured at the point of submission
Elsevier has announced the acquisition of Plum Analytics from EBSCO Information Services
Don’t let your research articles waste away on readers’ hard drives, implores Alexander Naydenov
When it comes to fake news, nobody is talking about the importance of copyright, writes Roy Kaufman
Emil Eifrem looks at how researchers can generate insights from vast datasets with the fast-emerging SQL alternative
Figshare, an online digital repository for academic research, has teamed up with Springer Nature to support BioMed Central and SpringerOpen authors in openly sharing their supplementary data.
Figshare is now hosting additional files from more than 300 BioMed Central and SpringerOpen journals. This new service to authors and readers is aimed at: