There is No Hiding

By |June 28th, 2017|News, reference, search|Comments Off on There is No Hiding

Are all journals vulnerable to harm from piracy? Are open access (OA) journals immune to the threat? The Scholarly Kitchen brought this news to us in […]

New Partnership Focuses on Libraries

By |June 27th, 2017|indexing, News, reference|Comments Off on New Partnership Focuses on Libraries

Academic publisher SAGE Publishing has partnered with EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) to broaden the availability of SAGE’s journals portfolio to North American public, corporate, medical, […]

Educational Opportunity on PIDs

By |June 27th, 2017|News, Technology|Comments Off on Educational Opportunity on PIDs

The Professional/Scholarly Publishing (PSP) Committee for Digital Innovation (CDI) will be hearing from guest speaker Christine Orr, Sales Director – North America at RINGGOLD on Wednesday, July 19 from […]

Digging Through Data

By |June 21st, 2017|News, search, semantic|Comments Off on Digging Through Data

The volume of papers emerging from the world’s universities is increasing on a daily basis. Estimates are as high as 10,000 new papers being […]

Peer Review Culture

By |June 16th, 2017|News, reference|Comments Off on Peer Review Culture

Sharing of research data continues to grow, as does the requirement of data publication in some form. Over the past decade, the number of journals […]

Digital as the Norm

By |June 15th, 2017|News, Technology|Comments Off on Digital as the Norm

Digital used to be considered new and inventive. In many situations now it is the norm and expected. The Bookseller brought us this interesting […]

Does Digital Increase Reading?

By |June 13th, 2017|News, reference|Comments Off on Does Digital Increase Reading?

The debate on whether reading “real” books, i.e. paper, is better than digital versions continues. This interesting topic came to our attention from New Republic […]

Change Doesn’t Come Easy

By |May 30th, 2017|News, Technology|Comments Off on Change Doesn’t Come Easy

A recent study analyzing digital transformation in the publishing industry found that 25 percent of publishers see themselves as “lagging” versus the rest of […]