Last week’s surprisingly successful social media campaign was a winning event for libraries, archives, and museums.
An interview with librarian and open access skeptic Jeffrey Beall. He discusses his work, the criteria for declaring an organization a “predatory publisher,” and how he would fix the scholarly communications system.
A visit with Bob Dorough, 92, the man who set education to song for a generation in the US.
[Editor’s note: This is the edited text of a presentation that Joe Esposito gave as a keynote at the PSP conference in Washington, D.C. on Feb. 3, 2016. The slides for the presentation are embedded at the end of the text. […]
Whether or not you attended this years APE (Academic Publishing in Europe) conference yourself, find out what three of the Scholarly Kitchen chefs thought of the meeting – our overall impressions and key take-home messages.
How a shrinking journals receives an artificial boost to its leading citation indicator.
Kent Anderson returns to update his essential list of just what it is that publishers do.