What a strange year 2020 was, in so many ways. Here, a look at the numbers for The Scholarly Kitchen for the past 365 days.
John Oliver offers us all some catharsis at the end of a difficult year.
We’re taking a break and encouraging everyone to go outside and enjoy the summer days while they last.
Happy 4th of July, or at least as happy as one can be these days.
A year without an annual meeting is tough to take. Here’s hoping for better times ahead.
In lieu of the SSP Annual Meeeting this month, a mid-year readership report for a very strange year.
Some improvements at the Scholarly Kitchen have inspired us to renew our open call for guest authors to join the conversation. Revisiting a 2018 post by @lisalibrarian that explains how it works.
A group of Chefs reflects the struggles we are facing, and the lessons we are learning, about parenting during the pandemic.
As we sign off for 2019, a look back at the year in The Scholarly Kitchen.
Welcoming a new Chef in the Kitchen, Tao Tao.
We’re off for the US Thanksgiving holiday. A musical salute to our readers.
The SSP Annual Meeting Program Committee is currently accepting concurrent session proposals for the 42nd Annual Meeting, being held next May 27–29 in Boston. Here’s how to put together a session proposal.
A preview of next week’s SSP New Directions Seminar.
A major factor in determining quality in the peer review process are the reviewers. Without peers providing high-quality reviews, the value-add of the peer review process declines. We started this conversation about what makes a quality peer review within our larger community via Twitter , and came up with a few qualities of good peer reviewers.
We’re off for the week. Enjoy what’s left of your summer.