The MIT Press opens spring 2023 list of scholarly monographs via Direct to Open...
The MIT Press today announced that it will open its spring 2023 list of monographs via the Direct to Open (D2O) model. First launched in 2021, D2O harnesses the collective power of libraries to support open and equitable access to vital, leading scholarship.
IEEE launches new program for free access to AI Ethics and Governance standards
IEEE, the world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for humanity, and the IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) announce the availability of a program that provides free access to global socio-technical standards in AI Ethics and Governance that provide guidance and considerations towards trustworthy AI.
OhioLINK and De Gruyter reach agreement for eBooks from 6 prestigious university presses
OhioLINK and De Gruyter are pleased to announce an agreement to provide OhioLINK’s 89 member libraries with newly published frontlist eBooks from University of California, Columbia, Harvard, Stanford, Toronto, and University of Pennsylvania Presses.
Simba’s Global Professional Publishing Report Reveals Top Trends in a Dynamic Publishing Market
Simba’s new report, Global Professional Publishing 2022-2026, covers the latest trends and business performance in the four major professional publishing segments: Tax, Accounting & Business; Legal; Scientific & Technical; and Medical publishing.
Latest transformative agreement for Greece signed between Springer Nature and HEAL-Link
Springer Nature continues its support for open access publishing with its latest transformative agreement (TA) in Greece. The TA withHEAL-Link, the consortium of Greek academic libraries, will see authors from 43 academic and research institutions able to publish open access (OA) in over 2,300 Springer, Adis and Palgrave journals.
The American Society of Civil Engineers partners with ChronosHub for processing author fees
ChronosHub and the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) are proud to announce a new collaboration for processing ASCE’s author fees, including article processing charges (APCs) for open access (OA) publications, as well as color charges for both OA and hybrid publications.
De Gruyter eBound funds the digitization of Syriac Studies book and manuscript collection
De Gruyter’s newly founded not-for-profit arm, eBound, is pleased to announce it will fund the digitization of George Anton Kiraz’ comprehensive private book and manuscript collection on Syriac and Eastern Christianity.
PLOS announces partnership with EarthArXiv
The Public Library of Science (PLOS) today announced that it has partnered with EarthArXiv, which enables authors submitting to PLOS Climate, PLOS Sustainability and Transformation, and PLOS Water to post preprints with ease. Beginning next year, submitting authors will have the option to automatically forward their manuscript to the EarthArXiv preprint server, directly from our submission system.
Innovative Silicon Valley-based medical journal, Cureus, becomes part of Springer Nature as company expands...
The Cureus Journal of Medical Science has been acquired by Springer Nature. With its innovative business model, Cureus solves the challenge of open access (OA) publishing of peer-reviewed articles by medical professionals without access to research grant funds.
New Wolters Kluwer report charts path forward for open medicine
As an active participant in the fast-changing open medicine landscape, Wolters Kluwer, Health has published a new report titled, “The Path to Open Medicine: Driving Global Health Equity through Medical Research.” The paper defines what open medicine means today and sets forth a vision of how all stakeholders in the space, including funders, institutions, publishers, and researchers, must collaborate to deliver on the collective benefit of medical research and ultimately advance global health equity.
Reviewer Credits and transcript partner to make peer review for books visible
Reviewer Credits (RC), the global expert network that makes peer review visible and helps researchers get recognition for their work, is partnering with social sciences publisher transcript to include peer reviewers of monographs and collected volumes into its peer review graph. As a result, peer reviewers will make their work seen and can prove the time invested to research funders, employers and learned societies as part of their academic record.
The New England Journal of Medicine and NEJM Group partner with Wolters Kluwer to...
Wolters Kluwer Health and NEJM Group have entered into an exclusive partnership to ensure that more researchers and clinicians around the world can access the growing family of NEJM Group journals. Building on years of collaboration, this expanded partnership positions NEJM Group journals for sustained global growth through Wolters Kluwer’s Ovid® medical research platform.