A blog post based on a talk purports to convince us that OA is good for not-for-profit societies. However, it accomplishes just the opposite once you get past the misinformation and misinterpretations.
John Palfrey talks about digital scholarship, digital students, and the challenges and opportunities both provide. From the closing plenary of the SSP Annual Meeting.
Are author manuscripts in institutional repositories “good enough” for public consumption?
Harvard’s Paul Bergen: “The slow accretion of technology into the educational system is the result of the teacher and not the learner.”
Creating a complete view of your customer as publishing changes to include variant distribution models and service levels will be vital. Getting it done requires new skills and abilities.
National Academy of Sciences members contribute the very best (and very worst) articles in PNAS, a recent analysis suggests. Is diversity a better indicator of success than consistency in science publishing?
A common systemic problem links oversight of financial risks and author-pays peer-review. Both are potentially calamitous.
In creating a ‘level playing field’ for open access publishers, we put non-profit publishers at a great disadvantage.
Academic video makes great leaps forward with the unveiling of AcademicEarth.org and YouTube EDU.