We continue to battle the tidal wave of data with a bucket brigade of individual privacy settings. Maybe it's time to pause and consider a state-level solution, ala Estonia. The post Fixing Instead of Breaking, Part Three — Blockchain, RA21, Privacy, and Trust appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
Organizations launching open access journals have many choices to make. What are their technology options? The post Open Access Technology Options appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
A conference at the British Library provides ample evidence of the breadth of the university press sector and the absolute necessity of a clear institutional mission. The post Guest Post: Institutional Alignment: The University Press Redux appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
We're getting ready to paint the town red in celebration of SSP's 40th anniversary this year! Find out more about our plans and how you can get involved. The post Celebrating SSP at 40: Let’s Paint the Town Red! appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
SSP President-Elect discusses opportunities for mentorship in our industry, and the great benefits offered for both mentors and mentees. The post Guest Post: SSP Mentorship and Fellowship Programs, in the eyes of Michelangelo, and the SSP President-Elect appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
A video explaining the written system for the Inuktitut language, which uses an abugida instead of an alphabet. The post A Written Language Without an Alphabet appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
It often seems that it is taken for granted that open access will accelerate scientific discovery, but how would we evaluate this? Do we even know that it is true? The post Evaluating Open Access Programs appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
By incorporating post-publication validation badges into preprints, bioRxiv begins to transform itself from a preprint server into a publishing platform. The post Badges? We Don’t Need No Stinking Preprint Badges! appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
In celebration of International Day of Women and Girls in Science, INASP conducted six interviews with inspirational women in academia from Africa and Asia. This post looks at some of the common themes and advice for supporting women and girls in research. The post Women in Research: Stories from the Global South appeared first on…
We have all been shocked and disgusted by painful stories of harassment over recent months, so why have we heard nothing from our own industry? As many can attest, sexual harassment is just as real and pervasive in scholarly communication as elsewhere. It's time for us to own this and to begin working together to…