The information profession has radically changed in recent years and it is continuing to evolve, writes Nick Poole
A new report, commissioned by Research Information, has asked publishers, librarians and researchers about challenges in the scholarly publishing cycle - and the answers make for brutal reading
There are clear benefits to publishing academic books using immediate, or ‘gold’, open access (OA) models, according to a report from Springer Nature.
Springer Nature has deposited 600,000 chemical compounds on PubChem, collectively offering more than 26 million links back into the primary literature, eBooks or major reference works located on SpringerLink, BMC or nature.com
Researchers are increasingly willing to share data and are increasingly aware of open data, according to a survey by Figshare
Verena Weigert and Graham Stone ask what can we learn from other countries to preserve the monograph
Paul Kudlow says the publishing industry is facing a monumental challenge: how do we ensure research is read?
International Standard Book Numbers (ISBNs) for self-published titles have climbed 218.33 per cent since 2011
Elsevier has announced it is donating its Unified Data Model (UDM) to The Pistoia Alliance
It’s just two months until Research Information’s first industry event: Challenges in the Scholarly Publishing Cycle
Challenges in the Scholarly Publishing Cycle is an interactive one-day conference for publishers, information professionals and academics, to be held on Monday 4 December at the Business Design Centre, London.
From the Journal Impact Factor to the latest altmetrics, scholarly players are crying out for metrics to be used responsibly, reports Rebecca Pool
Nine industry figures give Tim Gillett the low-down on recent developments in discovery as part of the research process