In case you missed it when it was first published few months ago, here is columnist Andrew Albanese of Publishers Weekly and his “look back at some of the library stories that captivated the publishing world in 2017, and what they portend for 2018…”
According to KnowledgeSpeak “Knowledge Unlatched (KU), the central platform for the sustainable funding of Open Access (OA) models, is now implemented in PaperHive’s database. Readers can now use PaperHive’s powerful search engine to search across all Knowledge Unlatched titles or browse within specific disciplines.
Reporting from the National Library of Medicine Technical Bulletin, infoDOCKET notes that “on June 26, 2018, Central PMC released expanded information about its selection process for journals that apply for participation. The current review process has been in place since November 2014 and focuses on the scientific rigor and editorial quality standards of each journal that applies to participate in PMC…”
MORE LIBRARY AND PUBLISHING NEWS FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCE
- Exact Editions is helping The Times Literary Supplement to launch a new digital version of the TLS.
- Thousands of Android and iOS Apps Are Leaking Sensitive Data, Says Report;
- New Nature Index data shows surge in China’s publishing of high-quality research in the Earth and environmental sciences
- Conference of Italian University Rectors (CRUI) and Elsevier Announce Extension of Subscription Agreement and Launch Open Access Pilot
- Credo releases The Credo FYE Guide and contest announcements;
- Frontiers Forms Open Access Publishing Agreements with Several Swedish Universities;
- Five Startups from Germany, Latvia, and Romania Chosen for 2018 CONTENTshift;
- SSRN launches Preprints with The Lancet, a new preprint series for sharing early stage health and medical research