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A newly published international standard by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), ISO 30415, Human resource management — Diversity and inclusion, provides a foundation for organizations wishing to create an inclusive workplace and optimizes all the benefits that it can bring.
Get Full Text Research (GetFTR) has announced two new integrator partners, APA PsycInfo and R Discovery from CACTUS. GetFTR, which is now partnered with over 30 publishers and integrators.
Springer Nature will partner with CLOCKSS to ensure the long-term preservation of all books published since 1815. Around 300,000 book titles will be included.
 IOP Publishing has announced the creation of one of the largest collections of academic journals, books and conference series in physical sciences on the MyScienceWork (MSW) platform. The research management tech provider will index IOPP’s content making it available to the academic community.
Intended to help libraries and library consortia more easily navigate the open access transition in scholarly journal publishing, the ESAC Initiative has introduce three new community-developed resources.
The business will operate within Bloomsbury’s Academic and Professional division and run as part of Bloomsbury USA. ABC-CLIO’s 32 databases, which are split between Higher Education and Schools will enhance the Bloomsbury Digital Resources portfolio.
Newly redesigned OpenAthens’ library-owned information portal MyAthens Plus has just announced its integration with CORE, the world’s largest collection of open access full texts.
It is the first of ‘open access’ books funded entirely by the university library members of the Opening the Future programme. This book is freely available worldwide to read and download from partner Project MUSE, and also other open access platforms - also available to buy in print.
The Direct to Open model reaches the 50% participation threshold against its three-year target, with over 160 libraries committing to making knowledge more open and equitable.
The GA4GH Data Use Ontology (DUO) supports a data authorisation and access framework to streamline consent to use biomedical data