Publishers have retracted more than 20 COVID-related papers. Are they learning from their mistakes and fixing process failures?
Robert Harington asks how scholarly societies are coping as the global coronavirus pandemic continues to cast a shadow, certainly well into 2021 and very likely into 2022 and beyond?
In this fourth episode of SSP’s Early Career Development Podcast, we look at strategies and programs to support staff and employees during a time of great uncertainty for many in the publishing industry and for the communities that we support.
Swarnali Bhattacharya and Ashley Fernandes of Enago Academy look at the requirements and risks of re-opening research laboratories.
Emily Singley discusses how Boston College adapted to federated access technologies to better support campus users during the pandemic, and why this matters going forward.
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.
How do the concepts and the practices of trust and review function outside of a context specifically associated with scholarship, but still within the scholarly communications ecosystem? An interview with Roger Schonfeld.
Now back at work full time, Charlie Rapple reflects on what she has learned during 6 months of working part time, and shares top tips for making the transition to part-time work, and for being more considerate towards part-time colleagues.
Back to school time is going to be chaotic for many of your coworkers. Some thoughts on how you can make their lives easier and keep your business moving forward.
What have academic book publishers been for? And what might they be for, in the future? Part 2
What have academic book publishers been for? And what might they be for, in the future?
Library budgets shrank for 2 decades. They can’t shrink any further because of COVID-19. In fact, they should grow despite contracting college budgets
Changing jobs can be stressful in normal times, but during a global pandemic and with everyone working from home, special considerations must be made. In this post, Angela Cochran and Jennifer Regala share their recent experiences.
The COVID pandemic may leave us stuck between a growing consensus that open science is the superior way to drive progress and an inability to invest what may be needed to make it happen.
We’re taking a break and encouraging everyone to go outside and enjoy the summer days while they last.