The burden on the peer review community is increasing as the volume of published research articles grows. Research output is rising exponentially and this is putting pressure on the system, with many academics inundated with requests to peer review. The recent Global State of Peer Review report highlights a growing “reviewer fatigue”.
Climate crisis, false news, and alcohol’s effects on health top the list of 2018’s most discussed research
Two of the UK’s leading technology not-for-profit organisations in the field of education, government and charities catering for both the public and private sector have agreed to merge, bringing together expertise in digital and data technology solutions.
We are thrilled to tell you that EmeraldOpen Research, our new open access platform, is now open for submissions.
According to a 2017 study, 87 percent of faculty members recommend news sources as a research tool for students – and 72 percent use it themselves.*
Beijing, China: As part of an extensive educational initiative for authors across China, Enago conducted a series of informative author workshops at the following four renowned universities: Peking University, Tsinghua University, Jilin University, and Renmin University of China.
Oxford University Press and the Max Planck Society are delighted to announce a new two-year deal, which includes a significant open access element, to provide access to OUP’s prestigious journal collection for all Max Planck Society members.