Publishing services

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Scholastica

Scholastica has launched a new typesetting service for open access journals that uses advanced technology to generate HTML and PDF articles

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Cambridge Core Share

Cambridge University Press is launching a content sharing service – Cambridge Core Share – aimed at providing the academic community and wider public with greater access to research.

The new service has been launched on the Cambridge Core platform and will extend the functionality to a select number of journals during an initial pilot phase.

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LaTeX Validation Service

Overleaf has launched a service for publishers and institutions – the Overleaf LaTeX Validation Service. The service enables publishers and other third parties to more easily process LaTeX manuscripts for publication, saving time for authors and providing publishers with improved consistency and quality control.

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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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Interview

Danny Kingsley, deputy director at Cambridge University Library, looks back at her early days at Australian National University – and forward to the many challenges facing librarians

Analysis and opinion
Feature

While researchers, publishers and funders warm to data sharing, issues over misuse, citation and credit remain, reports Rebecca Pool