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Oxford University Press and Pearson to speak at LBF’s Educational Publishing conference, What Works? -

The London Book Fair has announced the line-up for the eighth annual ‘What Works? Education Conference’, which will examine key topics including EdTech, the challenges of developing digital learning materials and how best to use them in classrooms. The conference is scheduled… Read More

American Chemical Society names Dr. Julie B. Zimmerman as new editor-in-chief of Environmental Science & Technology -

The Publications Division of the American Chemical Society (ACS) has named Dr. Julie B. Zimmerman of Yale University as editor-in-chief of the journal Environmental Science & Technology. Zimmerman has published widely on a range of environmental science and technology topics, including water treatment and the… Read More

CCC introduces ‘Touch-Free’ Workflow feature to RightsLink® for Scientific Communications -

Copyright Clearance Center, Inc. (CCC), a leader in advancing copyright, accelerating knowledge, and powering innovation, has announced a new ‘touch-free’ workflow feature to its market-leading transformative agreement workflow solution, RightsLink® for Scientific Communications. RightsLink now offers increased support for Read and Publish, Publish and Read, Pure… Read More

De Gruyter and nine universities in the Netherlands sign read and publish agreement -

Academic publisher De Gruyter and UKB, the consortium of university libraries in the Netherlands, have signed an agreement to provide default open access publishing in 305 hybrid journals to nine Dutch universities. Subscription access to the complete De Gruyter eJournal collection (347 journals) is also included.… Read More

Knowledge Unlatched announces plans to make 410 books and 13 journals Open Access in the course of 2020 -

Knowledge Unlatched (KU), the central platform for Open Access (OA) financing models, has announced the results of the 2019 pledging round, which ended in December 2019 and saw hundreds of libraries worldwide pledge support for OA models and initiatives offered by KU and its partners. In… Read More

Atypon’s continued growth in 2019 featured new acquisitions, products, and international markets -

Scholarly and professional publishing platform provider Atypon signed 7 new clients, launched 7 new client websites and 2 new applications for researchers, made 2 acquisitions, extended its contracts with 10 of its long-term clients, and grew its staff by more than 5% in 2019. Further broadening… Read More

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