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ARL and CARL report highlights research libraries’ alignment with institutional STEM priorities -

The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) and the Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) have jointly released a report titled "Observations on Research Libraries' Alignment with Institutional STEM Priorities," shedding light on the crucial role research libraries play in supporting and… Read More

Oxford University Press shares progress on sustainability in latest responsible publishing report -

Oxford University Press (OUP), the world's largest university press, has released its second Responsible Publishing Report, highlighting its ongoing commitment to operating responsibly and supporting global communities. The report showcases the strides made by OUP towards achieving its targets and demonstrates its alignment with… Read More

Biochemical Society Launches EDI Survey 2023 to Foster Inclusivity and Diversity -

The Biochemical Society is inviting responses to its EDI Survey 2023, which aims to gather insights on equality, diversity, and inclusion in the molecular biosciences community. The survey results will help the Society identify gaps and barriers that hinder inclusivity and work to address them. According… Read More

New Jisc research infrastructure assets report will drive collaboration -

A new report by Jisc, funded by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), has brought together the views of 15 major stakeholders from across the UK research community to gain an unprecedented insight into the UK's academic research infrastructure assets. The report, titled ‘Optimising the… Read More

CCC unveils report on scholarly metadata at London Book Fair -

CCC, a company focused on advancing copyright, accelerating knowledge, and powering innovation, recently hosted a panel discussion at The London Book Fair titled “Reading the Data Compass: The Guiding Role of Metadata in an Increasingly Complex Scholarly Research Ecosystem”. The panel included Matt Cannon,… Read More

The UK Publishing industry shows resilience with record breaking growth -

The UK publishing industry has once again shown its resilience and growth, according to the latest statistics released by the Publishers Association in their 'A Year in Publishing' summary. The industry saw total sales of £6.9 billion in 2022, up 4% from the previous year, and a… Read More

First stakeholder survey of National Open Access Monitor Project “Defining Requirements” completed -

The National Open Access Monitor Project has released the results of its first stakeholder survey, "Defining Requirements," aimed at collecting stakeholder input on the tender requirements for the National Open Access Monitor. The survey aimed to arrive at a community-agreed definition of open access at the national… Read More

The British Ecological Society highlights inequalities in academic publishing process in a three-year randomised trial -

A three-year randomised trial comparing double and single-anonymous peer review methods, conducted by the British Ecological Society (BES), has found inequalities present in the academic publishing process. The BES conducted the trial to explore if hiding authors’ identities in addition to reviewers’ identities would reduce the potential… Read More

Springer Nature’s annual Sustainable Business Report shows increased support for sustainable development goals and action on climate in 2022 -

Springer Nature Group, the global publisher of brands such as Nature and Scientific American, has launched its latest annual Sustainable Business Report, Driven by Discovery. The report highlights the publisher’s increased support for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and action on climate in 2022.… Read More

IGI Global invites all publishing stakeholders to participate in the Academic Publishing Trends & Open Access Survey -

The publishing industry, and academia in general, has been forced to navigate quite a few tumultuous events in the past few years including a pandemic, new international initiatives, and a call for greater accessibility of research. As publishers continue to shift publishing models to accommodate researchers’ needs, more and more… Read More

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