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Keeping pace with the open access movement: Understanding transformative agreements

Open access (OA) publishing has grown significantly in recent times, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2020, the OA market grew by
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NISO Plus 2022

Highlights from NISO Plus 2022

The NISO Plus conference is a lucrative platform for stakeholders from different areas of the publishing supply chain to get together, ideate,
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Top 5 publishing trends for 2022

Scholarly publishing is changing rapidly as a result of digitization, the open access (OA) movement, and a third, counteractive force—the global pandemic.
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Is your journal publishing workflow automation-ready?

The journal publishing workflow involves various stakeholders collaboratively executing processes for managing submissions, tracking articles, handling payments, distributing digital and print output,
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Blockchain technology and NFTs – The next big thing in scholarly publishing?

Who would have thought that the digital rendition of a 2011 cat meme would be sold as an asset worth several thousands
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What are the benefits of automation for the publishing industry?

According to a report by McKinsey in 2020, 66% of organizations have automated at least one business function. The paradigm shift towards
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Exploring the significance and reliability of the journal impact factor

The Impact Factor (IF) or Journal Impact Factor (JIF) is a bibliometric or scientometric parameter that has been widely used to determine
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The role of preprints in the dissemination of scientific research

In the traditional scholarly publishing model, it may take several months or maybe even years for a manuscript to be peer-reviewed and
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