Plan S Divides The Global Scientific Community: Part 1: A New Vision For Open Access Publishing: An ATG Original

by  Nancy K. Herther On September 4th, 2018, the Brussels-based Science Europe, supported by the European Research Council (ERC), formally released their vision for the future of Open Access (OA) research with an aggressive proposition they call Plan S. What does the...

ATG Online Special Issue: Postcards from a Collective Ecosystem

TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword by Adrian Stanley, President, The Society for Scholarly Publishing, and Managing Director, Publishers, Digital Science Article 1: Are we providing Value? Robert Kiley, Head of Open Research Wellcome Trust Adrian Aldcroft, Editor-in-chief BMJ...

Reimagining Browsing: Associative Discovery, Expanding Peer Definitions, and Embracing Serendipity: An ATG Hot Topics

By Courtney McAllister When I worked in a public library, browsing was serious business. Creative displays were a high priority and seeing someone take a book from your display warranted behind-the-scenes librarian high fives. Programs like “Blind Date with a Book”...

Where are the Boundaries of the LIS Field? – An ATG Hot Topic

By Courtney McAllister   Eric Frierson’s insightful comments on the growing importance of data science skills for both librarians and vendors made me think a bit harder about limning the boundaries of LIS and imagining where new pathways and bridges might lead...

The Scholarly Kitchen: A Live-Chat with the Chefs – Part 2

During the 2018 Charleston Conference, we had a panel of several of the “Chefs” from The Scholarly Kitchen (TSK).TSK is a blog that publishes five days a week on, as the tagline says, “What’s hot and cooking in scholarly publishing”. David Crotty (Oxford University...

Plan S Divides The Global Scientific Community: Part 1: A New Vision For Open Access Publishing: An ATG Original

by  Nancy K. Herther On September 4th, 2018, the Brussels-based Science Europe, supported by the...

ATG Online Special Issue: Postcards from a Collective Ecosystem

TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword by Adrian Stanley, President, The Society for Scholarly Publishing, and...

Reimagining Browsing: Associative Discovery, Expanding Peer Definitions, and Embracing Serendipity: An ATG Hot Topics

By Courtney McAllister When I worked in a public library, browsing was serious business. Creative...

Where are the Boundaries of the LIS Field? – An ATG Hot Topic

By Courtney McAllister   Eric Frierson’s insightful comments on the growing importance of...

The Scholarly Kitchen: A Live-Chat with the Chefs – Part 2

During the 2018 Charleston Conference, we had a panel of several of the “Chefs” from The Scholarly...

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