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Publishers, authors, and bookseller groups have joined the Unite Against Book Bans campaign The American Library Association this week announced… Read more
Topic: Scholarly Publishing
By Christopher Kenneally
In the accelerating transition to Open Access, The Microbiology Society has concentrated great attention on making strides to streamline author workflow from submission and review to publication.
Topic: Open Access (OA)
By Gaynor Redvers-Mutton
CCC has earned several 2022 Top Workplaces Culture Excellence Awards for Compensation & Benefits, Leadership, and Work-Life Flexibility.
Dwindling paper supplies, skilled labor shortages, limited printing capacity, and heightened awareness of environmental impact have all contributed to the supply chain nightmare for publishers.
S&S CEO Jonathan Karp said that refinements made to its metadata has improved sell-through, boosting the bottom line.
Michael Healy provides an inside look at copyright and licensing updates around the world.
Topic: Copyright Licensing & Permissions
By Michael Healy
Still interested in Data Directions, the recent CCC Town Hall? The recording of this webcast is now available for you to stream and share.
Topic: Data Management
Optimizing Research to Accelerate Food Innovation Meeting the daily evolution of consumer trends and setting the pace with disruptive innovation… Read more
Topic: Content Management & Acquisition | Food and Agriculture | Information Management | Knowledge Management | Research & Development | Search and Discovery
By Rachael Shove
CTO Babis Marmanis discusses the impact data quality has on knowledge production, with examples from our experiences working with bibliographic raw metadata for the CCC COVID Author Graph.
By Babis Marmanis
Although PW began as a publication for the trade, with the arrival of the web, its audience has grown to include avid book readers and the public.
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