The 11th iteration of University Press Week highlights ‘pressing social conversations’ and ‘vital scholarship,’ among other things.
‘Confidence in Research’: Scrutiny Over Understanding
In Elsevier’s newly released 95-page ‘Confidence in Research’ report, international scientists, scholars, and researchers are the respondents.
Springer Nature Reaches 2,000 International Open-Access Books
Less than two years after passing the 1,000th open-access book milestone, Springer Nature now has 2,000 open-access book titles.
International Open Access Week: OUP’s Rhodri Jackson
The path to open access is varied across journals, fields of research, funding bodies, and publishers, adding to the complexity.
At Frankfurt, Transition to Open Access: Tackling Complexity and Building Trust
In a Copyright Clearance Center discussion, two scholarly publishing experts share experiences with open access transformation. (Sponsored)
Frankfurt Week: Wiley Opens Its ‘Partner Solutions’ Division
Two days before Frankfurter Buchmesse opens, Wiley Partners Solution is announced, a new division in research.
Springer Nature Releases Its First ‘Annual Progress Report’
Successes cited by Springer Nature include ‘Downloads per article more than doubling from 2017 to 2020 to 902 downloads per article.’
The UK’s IOP Publishing Has a Transformative Agreement in Mexico
Open Access: IOP Publishing announces a transformative agreement with the National Autonomous University of Mexico.
India’s Cactus Communications: A ‘Linguistic Search Engine for Researchers’
India’s Cactus Communications, based in Mumbai, calls its new writing and language search tool for researchers ‘PhrasePerfect.’
Emerald’s Inclusivity Report Adds Indigenous Research
Emerald Publishing this year surveyed 1,199 researchers and added Indigenous voices to its research on inclusivity in academic publishing