Piracy of content – whether it is textbooks, scholarly articles or monographs – produces no comic book heroes or heroines facing off against fleets or sailors. Instead, Powerful social media platforms have enabled piracy to be easy and widespread, even providing safe spaces for people to discuss how to circumnavigate our anti-piracy strategies.
Neil Turkewitz provides information on the response of academic publishers to the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Open Access, transformative agreements, metadata strategy, and publishing industry trends dominated the narrative in 2019.
Simon Holt of Elsevier Enabled discusses the disability inclusion journey in publishing in honor of International Day of Persons with Disabilities.
The nature of Britain’s exit from the European Union remains unclear; yet it is certain that Brexit will mean changes for the scholarly publishing community.
Chris Kenneally speaks to Richard Charkin of newly launched Mensch Publishing about the impact of Brexit on rights and a career spent in publishing.