Publishing services

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Remarq

RedLink and ORCID have announced an integration that will provide seamless pre-population of profiles in Remarq when users sign in with their ORCID credentials

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ChemRxiv

ChemRxiv, a new chemistry preprint server for the global chemistry community, is now available in a fully functioning Beta version for use and feedback by researchers

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ProofCheck by River Valley

After evaluating several competing products in 2016, De Gruyter has chosen River Valley’s online proofing platform, ProofCheck.

De Gruyter had previously been sending authors their proofs in PDF format for annotation.  Authors’ corrections would then be implemented to produce the final publication. De Gruyter was looking for a faster and more reliable system in order to minimise admin within the publication workflows of their online-only journals.

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Figshare

Figshare, an online digital repository for academic research, has launched a tool that enables authors to share their research outputs more efficiently during the publishing process.

Springer Nature is the first publisher to pilot this new data submission portal and has worked closely with Figshare to build a customised service to support open research. The tool will reduce the amount of information authors must complete to share data supporting their publications.

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Literatum

Atypon has added enhancements to Literatum, the online publishing platform for the professional and scholarly publishing industry.

Atypon’s universal content type technology, known as Digital Objects, assigns a DOI (digital object identifier) to any type of content or media, including blogs, news articles, videos, images, and interactive visualisations. Each digital object can then be tagged, indexed, packaged, targeted, promoted, bundled, and sold as easily as traditional content types like journal articles and book chapters.

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Open Books

Scientific publisher CABI has launched Open Books, supporting authors and collaborating organisations wishing to publish open access books

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Feature

Open access looks set to shake up the humanities and social sciences book landscape for the better, reports Rebecca Pool

Interview

Nigel Lee, CEO at Glasstree Academic Publishing, describes how he wants to transform scholarly communications