This post is the second in our two-part series on digital transformation and evolution. Our first post, “Deep Thoughts on… Read more
The increase in research output due to the COVID-19 virus has created a new challenge for scientific publishers: finding enough qualified peer reviewers to keep up with the influx of manuscript submissions.
At the end of 2020, Copyright Clearance Center hosted a panel discussion among information professionals. Led by information expert Mary Ellen Bates, the panel discussed the challenges 2020 presented, and strategies to move us into 2021.
School districts are looking for content that goes both ways – online as well as in print.
This past year, I have contemplated and reevaluated what we actually mean by “digital transformation.” We have let it become the goal, the vision, the endgame. Transformation is a means to an end rather than an end unto itself.
In the copyright industries of the 21st century, metadata are the grease required to make the engine of copyright run smoothly and powerfully for the benefit of creators, copyright industries and users alike.