Guest Post - What We Can Learn from How Academics and the Public View Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity

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Are Publishers Learning from Their Mistakes?

19.10.2020

Ask The Chefs: Improving Trust in Peer Review

17.09.2020

Articles Are the Fundamental Unit of Data Sharing - The Scholarly Kitchen

08.09.2020

Beyond Publication - Increasing Opportunities For Recognizing All Research Contributions

13.08.2020

Two Steps Forward, One Step Back - The Pandemic's Impact on Open Access Progress

05.08.2020

COAlition S's Rights Confiscation Strategy Continues - The Scholarly Kitchen

21.07.2020

Reanalysis of Tweeting Study Yields No Citation Benefit - The Scholarly Kitchen

14.07.2020

How COVID-19 is Changing Research Culture: An Interview with Daniel Hook, CEO of Digital Science

25.06.2020

We Step Aside: Racism and Medicine

09.06.2020

Humanities Research Infrastructure is Great Return on Investment - Will We Sell It Short?

04.06.2020

Building Resilient Learned Societies in an Age of Pandemic and Fear - The Scholarly Kitchen

03.06.2020

To Bundle or Not to Bundle? That Is the Question

14.04.2020

An Open Agenda: European Funder Approaches to Open Science

06.04.2020

Revisiting in a New Light: A Conference Call in Real Life

01.04.2020

Building Your Remote Workforce: Including Tips & Tricks for Social Distancing

18.03.2020

Humans Are the Loop: Social Solutions to Technological Challenges

03.03.2020

Revisiting - Transformative Agreements: A Primer

07.02.2020

Global Science, China's Rise, and European Anxiety

22.01.2020

The Data Science Revolution: An Interview with Xiao-Li Meng

17.01.2020

Let Authors Choose How to Pay for Peer Review and Publication

15.01.2020

Who Is Competing to Own Researcher Identity?

08.01.2020

Politics and Open Access

18.12.2019

Publishers Announce a Major New Service to Plug Leakage

04.12.2019

On Being Accepted: The Views of Four People with Disabilities Working in Scholarly Communications

04.12.2019

The Tyranny of Unintended Consequences: Richard Poynder on Open Access and the Open Access Movement

29.11.2019

Is PLOS Running Out Of Time? Financial Statements Suggest Urgency To Innovate

22.11.2019

Can Geowalling Save Open Access?

15.11.2019

What Do Researchers Want from Publishers?

31.10.2019

Citation Contamination: References to Predatory Journals in the Legitimate Scientific Literature

30.10.2019
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