The MIT Press and the MIT Media Lab’s collaborative Knowledge Futures Group have unveiled the innovative publishing platform PubPub, kicking off with a project inspired by Frankenstein.
While preserving and sharing knowledge can’t guarantee success in the market place, companies owe it to themselves to recognize the importance of capturing what their employees know before it’s too late.
Copyright Alliance’s Keith Kupferschmid sizes up the prospects for four popular copyright-related congressional bills in the latter half of 2018.
It’s difficult to quantify productivity or financial costs related to inefficient knowledge sharing – but new research from The Panopto Workplace Knowledge and Productivity Report does just that.
Where do we stand on use, discoverability, rights, and implementation infrastructure for Open Access Books? New industry reports published recently offer insights.
Sharing information across a global enterprise should be encouraged, but it’s often stymied by old habits and information silos. Some… Read more
What if researchers could claim their own contribution to a piece of work, or provide peer assessment of another’s work? Blockchain may be the solution.