Digital acceleration: Growth outlined in Edinburgh University Press’ annual report includes a 49-percent gain in ebook sales, year over year.
Seventeen university presses have committed to a new framework to address ‘who we work with and what we publish.’
Running December 14 to 17, the program has the Institute for Comparative Literature and Society as its lead organizer.
Citing some 20 percent of its workforce being based in India, Springer Nature chooses the state of Meghalaya for its tree-planting project.
Announcing its acquisition of Knowledge Unlatched, Wiley stresses the need to simplify open-access transactions for both libraries and publishers.
Saying 34 percent of all its articles and 16 percent of its primary research is published under open access, Springer Nature proclaims leadership in the field.
The newly piloted program from Springer Nature translates into English from Chinese, Japanese, Spanish and Portuguese and French.
Speaking of a mission ‘to embed trust in research,’ Springer Nature again this year offers a series of digital discussions during Frankfurt.
PLOS’ Niamh O’Connor tells CCC’s Christopher Kenneally that in open access, ‘We need to keep asking ourselves open for whom?’
As COP26 approaches, England’s IOP Publishing is opening three new journals in its ‘Environmental Research’ series.