Recommended, a service which connects the research community with the most relevant content, has been launched by Springer Nature. The company says the service has been developed in response to the extensive and rapid increase in published research which makes it difficult for researchers to keep up to date with developments in their specific fields.
If you’ve paid a recent visit to Taylor & Francis Online you’ll have noticed a very different look and feel for the published articles you’re reading.
Altmetric has launched Badges for Books, enabling publishers to provide an at-a-glance summary of the online attention a published book and its individual chapters have received
This new book explores critical literacy theory and provides practical guidance to how it can be taught and applied in libraries
The 9th Edition of the essential Rook's Textbook of Dermatology has been released by Wiley, with a revised online edition offering enhanced features built by Semantico
Symplectic, a provider of research information management software and services, has launched an addition to its flagship product, Elements
RCNi has launched a new e-learning platform for nurses and nursing students at rcnilearning.com
NPJ Clean Water, a new open access research journal dedicated to solving the global challenge of ensuring clean water supplies, will be published by Nature Publishing Group in partnership with King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
Library software provider SirsiDynix has collaborated with the Copyright Licensing Agency in the development of its Digital Content Store
Access Copyright and Research Solutions have announced that Reprints Desk, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Research Solutions, has been selected as the preferred vendor to offer document delivery services to Access Copyright's Canadian customers
Cartoon abstracts are a very effective way to bring research to life, writes Daniel Pullin
Judy Verses is executive vice president for research at John Wiley and Sons
From pilots to practice, more and more publishers are warming to open peer review, reports Rebecca Pool