Most large companies are not known for being nimble and agile. So how can these organizations develop the dexterity to compete in today’s digital age?
Joris van Rossum, Director of Special Projects at Digital Science, shares his views on the ways blockchain could be a game changer in the ecosystem of scholarly publishing.
Analysts can’t decide whether the “American Patients First” program will serve U.S. consumers well in the long run, but most agreed that the administration is right in attempting to tackle the complex and important issue of drug prices.
Together with the Association for Learned and Professional Publishing (ALPSP), Copyright Clearance Center is excited to share the Spring 2018 edition of the “Open Access Must-Reads” series – a thoughtfully curated selection of important articles from the past few months that expound upon “can’t miss” developments in the world of Open Access.
Info pros – will you be heading to Baltimore in June to attend #SLA2018? CCC will be at Booth #734. Stop by and say hello!
A core theme of this year’s BookExpo is increasingly dynamic content consumption, and the new models and tools needed to keep pace – a common challenge among publishers, and one to which Renee Swank of Ixxus is no stranger.
With topics ranging from metadata to OA to computer-assisted mining in scholarly publishing, the CCC team picks their favorite sessions at this year’s 40th SSP Meeting in Chicago.