Blogs selected for Week November 19 to November 25, 2018

1. Do we need an Open Science coalition? What exactly is Open Science? Its lack of an appropriate common definition has meant Open Science can be a variety of things; a social justice issue, part of a political capitalist regime, or a form of traditional science. But this lack of consensus leaves room for Open […]

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Blogs selected for Week November 12 to November 18, 2018

1. Transforming the Research Paper into a Functional Tool Publishers often argue that the industry has undergone a massive transformation in the last 20 years, moving smoothly, swiftly, and effectively from print to digital. Yet our most vocal critics within academia frequently accuse the industry of being antiquated and failing to meet researchers’ needs, while […]

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Blogs selected for Week November 5 to November 11, 2018

1. Better Together Scholarly communications – like the wider world – is increasingly divided. Supporting researchers – making them the center of all they do – is the key goal for everyone working in scholarly communications. Finding common cause in the scholarly communications community is vital if they are to provide researchers with the support […]

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Blogs selected for Week October 29 to November 4, 2018

1. Towards minimal reporting standards for life scientists Transparency in reporting benefits scientific communication on many levels. A group of journal editors and experts in reproducibility and transparent reporting are putting together a framework for minimal reporting standards in the life sciences. This framework could both inform the TOP statement and serve in other contexts […]

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