By Christopher Kenneally27 March 2023
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By Catherine Zaller Rowland23 March 2023
By Dave Davis22 March 2023
The war in Ukraine grinds on one year after the Russian invasion. Ukrainians have so far deterred President Vladimir Putin’s special operation with help from friends and allies around the world.
Research & Development
20 March 2023
This summer, Christopher M. Finan, executive director, National Coalition Against Censorship (NCAC), will retire after a celebrated career in the service of free expression and First Amendment rights.
17 March 2023
The Wikipedia gender gap arises not only from the predominance of male contributors but also from the challenge presented by Wikipedia’s principle of notability.
13 March 2023
For publishers, the perfect data party is where you can remember everyone’s name – what they do, what they like, and what content they engage with.
Topic: Scholarly Publishing | Trade Publishing
By Christopher Kenneally
HC and UAW Local 2110 tentatively agreed to unspecified increases to the minimum entry-level salary from a $45k baseline.
Topic: Scholarly Publishing
The Ringgold Identify Database is applied to organizations, not individuals or creative works, and provides additional layers of information such as hierarchies, structured metadata, and more.
Topic: Open Access (OA) | Scholarly Publishing
By Laura Cox
Roy Kaufman focuses on open access (OA) from the perspectives of both the publisher and library communities.
Topic: Copyright Compliance & Risk Management | Open Access (OA) | Scholarly Publishing
By Roy Kaufman
What creators, performers, and rights owners should know when it comes to developing content for audiobooks and podcasts.
The scholarly publishing ecosystem continues to rapidly evolve due to continued pressure from research funders and academic institutions to accelerate Open Access (OA), Open Research, and Open Science.
By Casey Pickering
Herman Mentink focuses on the impact and importance of communication and collaboration between publishers and their institutional partners, as well as with internal stakeholders.
By Herman Mentink
Read about CCC’s support of the Generations Fund, which provides long-term resources to two critical program areas: leadership-workforce development and diversity, equity and inclusion.
Dr. Neal Baer is a Harvard-trained pediatrician and a producer and writer for hit TV shows ER, Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, …
CCC was delighted to return to the 2022 Frankfurt Book Fair and connect with colleagues across the publishing industry.
Topic: Data Management | Open Access (OA) | Scholarly Publishing
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