A smashingly great music video for a song that sounds like English, but if you speak the language, isn’t quite there.
The Society for Scholarly Publishing’s 44th Annual Meeting will be held June 1–3, 2022, and there’s still time to submit your proposals
Manuscript Exchange Common Approach (MECA) committee members champion the benefits of standardizing the transfer of papers between journals.
Part 2 of this series looking at open access developments in Canada examines the changing processes and infrastructure needs for open science.
A look at open access policies and developments in Canada, especially in light of the Covid-19 pandemic. Part 1 of a 2 part post.
A slightly late Halloween treat from favored canine pals Olive and Mabel.
Why aren’t libraries providing support for your open access or open science initiative? Be careful what you assume.
Victoria Ficarra and Rob Johnson offer insights into the new UKRI open access policy.
An interview with Helen Zhang on the proposal for an Academic Integrity Awareness Index.
Roger Schonfeld argues that openness and politicization together have enabled public trust in science to erode. And science is insufficiently trustworthy. The scholarly communication sector must not ignore this situation.
A look back at Joe Esposito’s 2008 essay on Open Access — what has come to pass and what has changed since then?
Today’s guest post — the second in a series of two — is a conversation between Katy Alexander and Sylvia Hunter about job hunting with a disability in the publishing industry.
Today’s guest post, by Simon Holt and Erin Osborne-Martin, is the first of two looking at the experiences of people with disabilities in scholarly publishing (the second will be published tomorrow).
Today’s post looks back on the Journal of Emerging Investigators as it approaches it’s 10th anniversary of providing a forum from middle school and high school students.
Nathan Mealey, Michael Rodriguez, and Charlie Barlow look at the state of Controlled Digital Lending.