Amy Stubbing, who has a number of years' experience working in a variety of library and archive settings and currently works at the University of Westminster as the Customer Services Manager, is being sponsored by UKSG to attend the American Libraries Association conference in Washington, DC.
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Two new 'Insights' articles are now available: one on the intersections of research data management, FAIR and open, and the second looking at a model for developing a university press.
Digital Science has launched a report on the state of open access monographs, looking at the open monograph landscape in 2019.
SUNCAT, the Serials Union Catalogue for the UK research community, delivered by EDINA on behalf of Jisc, is retiring in the summer.
This month the Digital Preservation Coalition welcomes Artefactual to its international Supporter Program.
Dimensions and the Norwegian Centre for Research Data have announced a partnership which aims to increase visibility, searchability, and availability of research in the social science, arts and humanities.
ACCUCOMS has announced that American Psychiatric Association Publishing has extended its agreement with ACCUCOMS to include representation in 20 more countries.
ResearchFish has announced an integration with Kudos which will make plain language article summaries and author perspectives accessible from within the ResearchFish platform.
EBSCO has announced the release of EBSCO Faculty Select, a single interface for library staff and institutional staff.
John Wiley & Sons and OhioLINK have announced the signing of a Wiley Open Access Account agreement.