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Eur 9500 APC rolled out across all Nature research journals, plus new experimental guided pilot introducing Editorial Assessment Charge
The OAPEN Foundation has launched a new open access (OA) books toolkit for researchers and academic book authors. The toolkit is a free-to-access, stakeholder-agnostic resource that aims to help authors better understand OA for books, increase trust in OA book publishing, provide reliable and easy-to-find answers to questions from authors, and to provide guidance on the process of publishing an OA book.
UKSG is proud to be a founder member of this DEI initiative which is now expanding its list of participants.
Emerald's acquisition signals a key milestone in the Group's history; one which allows continuity as well as change, and the opportunity to accelerate growth, particularly in response to the evolving open research landscape.
Jisc is helping a consortium, led by the Association of Research Managers and Administrators (ARMA), to assess the feasibility of, and scope for, a platform to help international research collaboration.
Existing investors including Stonehage Fleming and Nesta Impact Investments are injecting further money into the digital educational resources company.
The National Information Standards Organization (NISO) has announced the results of its recent Board elections for the term beginning July 1, 2022.
DataSalon has announced the redesign of their MasterVision service, which provides publishers with complete insight into customer interactions – from article submissions, through journals subscriptions and book sales, to usage and turnaways.
Aries in partnership with Elsevier, a global leader in information and analytics, has announced the opportunity for editors, reviewers and authors to choose to self-report their gender identity, race and ethnicity within Aries’ manuscript submission and peer review tracking system, Editorial Manager® (EM).
Starting from today, publishers can register with the JCS publisher portal. After signing a service agreement, publishers can share information, at journal level, highlighting the services they provide and the prices they charge in line with one of the Plan S approved price and service transparency frameworks. These data are then made available to librarians via a secure online system.