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A new study from Oxford University Press further documents the decline of reference resources, a category of scholarly material more than ready for an innovative era in its evolution.
Recent announcements from the creator of Sci-Hub raise the distinct possibility that Scholarly Publishers have been systematically compromised.
Sci-Hub's management strategy.
Journal suppression is an effective tool for reducing high rates of self-citation, even years after a title is reintroduced.
A review of top journals in 18 fields show they are on a variety of platforms, suggesting cognitive burden for users which may be driving them to aggregated options with unified user experiences.
Now we know how suppression decisions are made, should metrics companies suppress titles at all or simply make the underlying data more transparent?
Is citation manipulation a moral problem or an accounting problem?
What happens when an experiment is correct, but it's really hard to replicate? Are there research results that are accurate but not reproducible?
In recent years, observers have noticed that articles for which an APC has been paid are not always made freely available. How pervasive is this problem?
At the Researcher to Reader conference, a volunteer project called Project Cupcake was launched to define a new suite of indicators to help researchers judge publishers, rather than the other way around.
Charlie Rapple highlights the case of Diego Gómez, a Columbian researcher facing prison for sharing someone else's thesis via Scribd.
A brief summary of the main citation indicators used today.
The STM Association Future Labs Committee explores the technology trends that will impact scholarly publishing by 2021.
The editors of scholarly communications are under considerable pressure as recent trends in Gold Open Access characterize them as a luxury of the past.
When does a preprint become a publication?
Getting researcher buy-in to new tools and systems can be challenging - even when those tools are intended to help free them of administrative burden.
An overview of recent events and the current state of preprints in the scholarly communications landscape.
An extensive Survey of Peer Review Guidelines.
A new survey provides an updated view of how and why researchers are using scholarly collaboration networks.
Does the closing of @AxiosReview portend the end of independent peer review, or just the wrong business model?