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ACRL Jun 12
We're pleased to announce the release of our latest research report, “Open and Equitable Scholarly Communications: Creating a More Inclusive Future." It's now freely available on our website.
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Sarah Slowe 8h
Steve Byford from speaking on Jisc support
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scholastica Jun 16
[Guide] Learn how to develop a reviewer management plan to improve the experience of your journal's peer reviewers and encourage them to keep working with you.
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Ernesto Priego Jun 13
More on the biscuits thing: last time I personally checked (21 May 2019), only 6.2% of all papers deposited under Green OA policy in our OA repository are currently embargoed.
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Richard James Jun 11
A breezy review of current issues in academic publishing and *but* for any number of reasons, Mackie-Mason’s monopoly claim is incorrect.
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Jasmine Hoover Jun 13
Anyone know what % of journals now require data submission with the journal article for peer review?
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Ernesto Priego Jun 12
Addendum: when initiatives are being led by researchers affiliated full time within universities, we must bear in mind any funding should cover overheads- already the trend is to discourage researchers from applying to charities as they rarely AFAIK cover overheads.
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Ernesto Priego Jun 12
Replying to @ernestopriego
So it's indeed a fantastic didactic example that can be used for discussing 's business models, values, mental models, motivations, expectations.
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scholastica Jun 16
How to Perform an Operational Audit of the Scholarly Journals You Publish -
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Isabel Thompson Jun 10
KaiOS will become the fastest-growing mobile OS in the world *this year*. And no touchscreen “makes voice commands more valuable”. ?
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scholastica Jun 16
Ask The Fellows: SSP 2019 Annual Meeting -
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Andreⓐs Ferus 🌈 🦄 🐶 Jun 9
Álvarez-Bornstein, B., & Montesi, M. (2019). Who is interacting with researchers on Twitter? A survey in the field of Information Science. , 10(2), 87-106.
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Shirley Zhao Jun 11
Replying to @jbk
I'm really enjoying this call today led by . Wish there are more like this.
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Lucinda May Jun 13
Considering various tools in ’s activity - lots of love for Base, , , & in terms of clarity of purpose, benefits & user experience! 🏆
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steven bell Jun 12
Here's one way to describe the broken system to laypersons. I'm probably going to use this myself.
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Matt Ruen finally changed his handle Jun 13
On the one hand, anecdotes about humanities departments clinging to the increasingly-problematic ideal of a U Press monograph. On the other, reminders of my good fortune doing work at a non-R1 institution which is less afraid of New or Different ideas.
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Melissa Haendel Jun 12
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cabells.com 15h
BLACKLIST REVIEW: An updated review of the predatory-journal blacklist published by Cabell's International. … via
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margy maclibrary Jun 15
Excited to see this paper in by and James Murphy linking with front-line assistance in libraries “An Evidence Based Approach to Supporting Library Staff Scholarly Communication Competencies“
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Andreⓐs Ferus 🌈 🦄 🐶 Jun 13
Taylor and Jensen (2019): Developing a Model for University Presses. Insights 32(1), 19.
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