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

Ask The Chefs: Beyond the APC

25.10.2019

The Second Wave of Preprint Servers: How Can Publishers Keep Afloat?

17.10.2019

Two Competing Visions for Research Data Sharing

16.10.2019

The Research Data Sharing Business Landscape

03.10.2019

Repairing an Institutional Reputation Tarnished by Fraudulent Publishing

02.10.2019

Quality in Peer Review: An Interview with Tracey Brown, Sense About Science

19.09.2019

Quality is Multi-Dimensional: How Many Ways Can You Define Quality in Peer Review?

18.09.2019

UC Davis Experiments with a New Textbook Model

04.09.2019

Where is The Publication Puck Going? Making Research Available "Upstream" of Publication

22.08.2019

Equity is Possible: Forging Paths Toward Equity and Anti-Racism in Scholarly Publishing

15.08.2019

Quality Criteria in Scholarship and Science: Proposing a Visualization of Their Interactions

14.08.2019

Open Source for Scholarly Publishing: An Inventory and Analysis

09.08.2019

Balancing Author Satisfaction with Reviewer Needs

25.07.2019

Guest Post: Plan S Version 2 and the Cost of Quality

24.07.2019

They Know We Know They Know: Does Sci-Hub Affect Library Subscriptions?

18.07.2019

Plan S and Humanities Publishing

03.07.2019

What is the Blockchain Really, and Should You Care? A Guide for the Perplexed Scholarly Publishing Citizen

28.06.2019

Peer Review Week Is Five!

27.06.2019

Do Authors Have Any Power Over Publishers?

26.06.2019

Plan S and the Transformation of Scholarly Communication: Are We Missing the Woods?

31.05.2019

Can Twitter, Facebook, and Other Social Media Drive Downloads, Citations?

23.05.2019

Cabell's Predatory Journal Blacklist: An Updated Review

05.05.2019

"A New Form of Plagiarism:" When Researchers Fake Co-Authors' Names

25.04.2019
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