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AIP Publishing and 67 Bricks announce new partnership agreement

AIP Publishing (AIPP) and 67 Bricks are pleased to announce their partnership to engage in a series of data-driven experiments around best practices in the field of scholarly publishing. These experiments are grounded in data exploration and will tackle an array of subject areas, from operational improvements to customer experience enhancements to potential new product development. 

 

Oxford University Press unlocks next step in digital-first publisher journey

Oxford University Press (OUP) has today announced the migration of its books content to Oxford Academic—the online platform for its academic research. The expansion of the platform to include books, as well as journals, will further the reach of academic resources from OUP and society partners. As it stands, more than 42,000 books and over 500,000 chapters have so far been uploaded to Oxford Academic, joining the 500 journals and approximately 3 million journal articles already hosted on the platform.
 

Springer Nature expands AI-driven digital editing services

Springer Nature has announced a new pilot with American Journal Experts (AJE),* which will see its AI-driven editing services being made available to book authors and editors. It will enable authors to have their manuscripts improved by grammatical errors being corrected as well as improving phrasing and word choice. The service will allow them to spend less time preparing their work for publication and have more time doing the research that drives society forwards.

 

ConTech.Live release ConTech 2021 recordings

Last November ConTech 2021 successfully focused on the intersection of content, technology and chaos. The conference delivered thought leadership, practical tools, case studies and stories of successful transformation. All these sessions are available and can be viewed on the ConTech.Live website.

 

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