We continue our Peer Review Week celebrations with a roundup of articles about bias, diversity, and inclusion in peer review, by Alice Meadows, including eight lessons we can all learn from them
To kick off Peer Review Week 2018, Alice Meadows and Karin Wulf — guest editors for this week — share their vision of the environmental requirements for a diverse and inclusive peer review ecosystem.
Learn about a new approach to article sharing in this interview with Maria Ritolo, co-founder of Iris.ai, developer of R4R — a tool that enables researchers to more easily share their research on request.
We all know that our community — and our society — face major challenges around diversity and inclusion. Many of us are committed to tackling these challenges at the individual level, but what are organizations doing? In this interview, Vicky Williams, CEO of Emerald Publishing, shares their experiences of addressing diversity and inclusion as a company.
Peer Review Week 2018 takes place September 10-15. Find out more about the theme, how you can get involved, and what we will be doing to celebrate here on The Scholarly Kitchen in this post by Alice Meadows
Earlier this year we carried out our first readership survey and today we are happy to share the preliminary results in this post by Alice Meadows, one of the group responsible for the survey.
The last morning of this year’s Fiesole Library Collection Retreat focused on the important topic of collaboration to improve scholarship. Read more in today’s post from Alice Meadows.
How can we ensure that SSP continues to be “the community for everyone engaged in scholarly publishing”? As part of our 40th anniversary celebrations, today we’re hearing from a range of early career professionals about their own career aspirations, and the role that SSP can play in helping them develop and thrive in a constantly changing landscape.
To celebrate SSP’s 40th anniversary celebrations this week, join Sue Kesner (Copyright Clearance Center and former SSP President) and Emma Brink, an early career professional at Wiley in conversation about what SSP means to them.
It’s a well-known secret that women are paid less than men — in scholarly publishing as in other sectors — but the UK government’s recent legislation requiring organizations with more than 250 employees to publish their gender pay gap provides valuable data on just how much of a gap there is…