A new episode of Copyright Clearance Center’s ‘Beyond the Book’ podcast looks at efforts to establish and encourage higher standards for scholarly journal publishing in Bangladesh, Africa, Latin America and elsewhere.
As COP26 approaches, England’s IOP Publishing is opening three new journals in its ‘Environmental Research’ series.
In a project to take Pluto Journals to open access, Knowledge Unlatched has used the Libraria Subscription-to-Open model.
Removing traditional embargos, critics say, a proposed executive order would make scholarly work of federally funded researchers available on publication.
The list of more than 2,000 nonfiction titles from F+W Media now is part of Penguin Publishing Group, as MIT Press touts jumps in 2018 impact factors.
Plan S and expanding the discussion around open access publishing are on the agenda at an invitational workshop led by Copyright Clearance Center and Outsell.
At the Association of American Publishers’ PSP conference on scholarly and professional publishing, speakers will address data security, licensing, AI, and leadership.
In his exclusive column for Publishing Perspectives, Richard Charkin asks why ‘the largest advances … go to the authors who need the money least, and vice-versa?’ and other questions for a journal he’d call ‘Ask Emma.’
The Scholarly Kitchen looks at gender bias in scholarly publishing and peer review. And an IGI Global journal is newly indexed by Elsevier’s Compendex.
Can self-publishing find traction in scholarly publishing as it has parts of general publishing? A recent panel at London Book Fair took up the question.