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OUP textbooks to use augmented reality

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Oxford University Press (OUP) has today announced that it will license its leading dentistry training manuals to Immersify Education for application in the company’s propriety interactive educational platform – Immersify Dental. The agreement will see OUP’s high-quality training content used to create new learning modules within the interactive platform, enabling dental students and professionals to benefit from both practical and theoretical learning.

ConTech Pharma 2023 – Call for Speakers

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ConTech Pharma 2023 is excited to be returning as a hybrid event and will take place not only in person in London but also online on 2nd March 2023. It continues to focus on how technology and particularly data science is relentlessly transforming the world of content.

Wiley Survey Reveals DE&I and Sustainability as Top Priorities for New Society Members

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Learned societies need to prioritize Diversity Equity & Inclusion (DE&I) and Sustainability to attract new members, according to a recent survey by Wiley. The global leader in research and education today shared four major findings from its 2022 Society Member Survey.

WVU Libraries signs agreement to support researchers publishing Open Access

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In July, West Virginia University Libraries began a partnership with the Public Library of Science (PLOS) to provide researchers with the opportunity to publish, free of...

IOP Publishing’s open access Environmental Research journal series expands with the opening of the...

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IOP Publishing (IOPP) has published the first articles in the open access journal, Environmental Research: Ecology featuring research from a number of world-renowned ecologists. The journal represents one of three new interdisciplinary titles opening in 2022 that will extend IOPP’s Environmental Research series to six open access journals.

Frontiers’ reaction to White House’s new policy to drop paywalls around publicly funded research

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On 25 August 2022, the White House unveiled a new policy to end the paywalls surrounding federally funded scientific research in the United States. The Office of Science and Technology Policy announced ground-breaking new guidance to remove any “delay or barrier between the American public and the returns on their investments in research.” When implemented, it will make the results of taxpayer-supported research immediately available to the public at no cost.

EBSCO Information Services and Ex Libris Integrate Serials Subscription Renewal Process between EBSCONET® Subscription...

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EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) and Ex Libris (part of Clarivate) have partnered to support libraries by integrating the serials subscription renewal process between EBSCONET® Subscription Management and Alma, the library services platform from Ex Libris.

Taylor & Francis enters its first transformative agreement in the western U.S. with Montana...

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Making the deal the first of its kind for Taylor & Francis in the western United States, the academic publisher announced today that it recently signed a three-year transformative agreement with Montana State University (MSU) in Bozeman, Montana.

Jisc and American Psychological Association sign agreement to support open access publishing of UK...

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The American Psychological Association has signed an agreement with Jisc offering participating UK authors capped open access publishing in its journals. Anna Vernon, Jisc’s head of portfolio, content licensing, said the agreement is the result of careful review and deliberations with its members and APA.

ConTech 2022 Speakers announced!

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This year’s ConTech conference will be by far the strongest we have ever delivered. This set of speakers consists of the most senior, innovative and experienced individuals from the widest set of backgrounds and we are looking forward to two days of exceptional presentations” said Clive Snell – CEO ConTech.Live

OpenAthens retains contract for NHS in England

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OpenAthens, which is part of Jisc, has announced that its contract to provide secure, single sign-on facilities to NHS staff in England has been renewed.  The National Institute for Care Excellence (NICE), which procures services on behalf of the NHS in England, has renewed the three-year deal following a rigorous selection process.

New partnership with the Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution

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Canadian Science Publishing (CSP) is excited to announce a new partnership with the Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution (CSEE), a non-partisan group of practicing ecologists and evolutionary biologists throughout Canada.