Elsevier recently announced preparations to collaborate with the research community in developing an open-access journal covering all disciplines on one platform. The goal is to enable continual experimentation and innovation. This interesting information came to us from Research Information in their article, “Elsevier to launch all-discipline OA journal.”
Reportedly, the plans include improving the end-to-end publishing process and integrating its smart technologies to improve search and discovery. The journal will offer researchers a streamlined, simple, and intuitive publishing platform that connects their research to the relevant communities. The journal is unnamed at this point but will reflect Elsevier’s goal to “provide a home for all sound research.”
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