When consuming full-text content, there are many factors a knowledge manager should consider when trying to develop an optimal workflow that is suitable for their organization’s needs. Here are a few.
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.
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 first of a two part series presented by CCC, thought-leaders discuss the 2021 outlook for publishing, Open Access, Open Research, new workflows, K-12, digital transformation and copyright.
We recently spoke with Gretchen Gasser-Ellis, Vice President, Enterprise Operations, about CCC’s Customer Experience First program, or “CX1” as it’s known here.