Remarq, the new editorial engagement and researcher collaboration tool from RedLink, is now live on several IOP Publishing journals
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.
OpenAthens has delivered the first phase of OpenAthens Access, its new software as a service product for service providers
Ingenta has launched Ingenta Open, a hosting platform solution and discovery portal designed exclusively for open access content
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.
Scientific publisher CABI has launched Open Books, supporting authors and collaborating organisations wishing to publish open access books
Facet Publishing has released Altmetrics: A Practical Guide for Librarians, Researchers and Academics, edited by Andy Tattersall.
RightsLink from Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) is a robust web-based service designed to assist publishers in the collection and management of their article processing charges (APCs) and other author or publication-related fees pre- and post-publication.
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
While researchers, publishers and funders warm to data sharing, issues over misuse, citation and credit remain, reports Rebecca Pool