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Blogs selected for Week June 29 to July 5, 2020

1. Guest post — Leveraging technology partnerships in times of crisis The Scholarly Kitchen has taken a leadership role in the midst of the pandemic, with mainstream media coverage and unprecedented layperson attention. Issues of frequent discussion like open access, peer review, data availability, and discovery have reached a new intensity as researchers and publishers […]

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Blogs selected for Week June 22 to June 28, 2020

1. Guest Post — Navigating Your Career in Publishing: Introducing the SSP Professional Skills Map Although the current environment for career development may not appear particularly welcoming, it could present a unique opportunity for professionals to step back and thoughtfully assess their goals for the future. While waiting to see what that future brings, it […]

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Blogs selected for Week June 15 to June 21, 2020

1. RightsLink for scientific communications puts customer experience first The transition from subscription-based reading models to full and immediate Open Access (OA) publishing is complex and varies by discipline, geography, and publisher. From APCs to Transformative Agreements, Subscribe to Open models and Pure Publish deals, each organisation must choose a framework that meets its community’s […]

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Blogs selected for Week June 8 to June 14, 2020

1. Can data science measure up to COVID19? In the COVID19 era, data scientists have the expertise and a professional obligation to play vital roles. The coronavirus pandemic presents them with opportunities to explore important social and scientific questions. Research based on data sets can yield important insights – from the efficacy of virtual learning […]

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Blogs selected for Week June 1 to June 7, 2020

1. Academia in flux: How will libraries change in 2021? Academia was turned upside down in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, with stay-at-home orders and understandable health concerns across the world emptying out institutes of higher education essentially overnight. Suddenly cut off from regular and easy communication with students and faculty, librarians found it […]

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