Can community-action publishing prove to be a viable alternative to market-based publishing?
What does it take to research and develop a new product? Here we describe a recently launched service, DataSeer, and share top tips from its founder, Tim Vines.
A look at Thieme’s “Select Crowd Review” approach to peer review.
Organizations are having to shift in person events to virtual for the foreseeable future. In this post, author Colleen Scollans discusses the steps we can take to make virtual events a marketers dream.
Cell Press announces an experiment with parallel peer review.
Rebecca Bryant (OCLC) explains why cross-campus social interoperability is needed to adequately support today’s researchers.
Scholarly Kitchen Chefs open SSP’s 2020 New Directions seminar discussing how we can support academic peer-reviewed research and the entire academic publishing ecosystem during this unprecedented year of disruptions, disease, and disappointments.
Is the value of data in decision making all hype? How can we leverage data to server our mission, customers, and our own operational effectiveness?
Stephanie Lovegrove Hansen discusses a new Silverchair report on how publishers are leveraging technology partnerships to adapt to the pandemic crisis.
In this interview Robert Harington asks Daniel Hook (CEO of Digital Science and co-author of the new Digital Science report. How COVID-19 is Changing Research Culture) about his views on fundamental shifts in research culture as a result of the COVID-19 global pandemic.
In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, learned societies are facing some challenges that call for adaptive-transformative resilience. Guest author Trevor Perry-Giles discusses steps societies must take in crafting a “new normalcy” for sustainability.
So much change has happened in the last few months. What changes do you think will “stick” in scholarly publishing?
Should the library focus first on serving its local constituency, or on changing the scholarly communication ecosystem? No matter how we answer this question, the implications will be complex.
Few scholarly publishers make effective use of identity management, but we should — and now is a good time to consider a comprehensive identity strategy.
From binge watching, binge listening, reconnecting with neighbors and old friends, Zoom happy hours or Zoom family game nights, to cooking, exercising, and gardening, we’re all figuring out how to get through our days. What’s your strategy? Part 2 of our answers today.