Thoughts on Elsevier's acquisition of Plum Analytics. The post Plum Goes Orange – Elsevier Acquires Plum Analytics appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
Publishers often struggle to keep pace with content discovery demands. Emerald’s user-centered discoverability strategy provides some important lessons in how publishers might adopt a more deliberate, evidence-based approach to facilitating scholarly information seeking and retrieval. The post Carving Out a Content Discovery Strategy appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
With recent political upheaval sparking activism among scientists, librarians, and educators, where do publishers fit? What are they doing? What should they do? The post Scientific Publishing in a Time of Political Assaults appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
An interview with the team behind the new Release 5 of the COUNTER Code of Practice. The post COUNTER Prepares Release 5 of its Code of Practice appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
Meet the man who designed the digital age's most vilified font. The post The Rise and Fall of Comic Sans appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
Does a Master's in Publishing make someone a more desirable candidate for a publishing job? Will that degree make them more successful if hired? See what the Chefs and our guest contributors say! The post Ask The Chefs: What Is The Value Of A Master’s In Publishing? appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
Perry Hewitt discusses JSTOR's efforts to create and disseminate peer-reviewed scholarship to inform our post-truth world. The post Guest Post: Perry Hewitt — Bringing the Cathedral to the Bazaar: Academic Content and Wikipedia appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
What, if anything, should be done about the fact that the Open Access movement embraces not only a variety of definitions of the term "open access," but also a diversity of visions as to what constitutes an acceptable future for access to scholarship? The post Diversity in the Open Access Movement, Part 2: Differing Goals…
Fifteen years after the term was coined, we still don't have a single agreed-upon definition of Open Access (OA). What are the implications of this diversity of views within the OA movement, and how much does it really matter? The post Diversity in the Open Access Movement, Part 1: Differing Definitions appeared first on The…
A short video from the University of Oxford explains the concept of machine learning. The post Machine Learning Explained appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.