Research integrity extends beyond the trustworthiness of basic research results and outputs. How can we ensure that the translation and transformation of those research results into societal outputs and governance policies are equally trustworthy? The post Guest Post — From Singapore to Athens via Hong Kong: The Itinerary of Research Integrity from Scientific Research to…
Fraud is undermining the integrity of the scholarly record. United2Act is striking back at paper mills. The post United2Act Against Paper Mills: Fighting Fraud that Corrupts the Scholarly Record appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
Hélène Draux presents the first of a two-part effort to chart the topography of mental health scholarship. Here, established methods, including pre-existing classifications are employed. The post Guest Post – Mental Health Awareness Mondays: Categorizing Mental Health Research appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
AI's potential for translation makes science fiction gadgets an increasingly likely reality. But how did English become the dominant global language, and just what do we mean by "English"? The post AI, Translations, and the Dominance of the English Language appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
A report from the fifth annual NISO Plus Conference, focusing on AI, metadata, and interoperability for scholarly communications. The post What to Do with the AI Elephant in the Room: A NISO Plus Conference Report appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
A data scientist reviews ScopusAI (beta) and shares her analysis of its limitations, reliability, and potential. The post Guest Post — There is More to Reliable Chatbots than Providing Scientific References: The Case of ScopusAI appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
In today’s Kitchen Essentials, Roger Schonfeld speaks with Alicia Wise of CLOCKSS, the digital archive for academic publishers and research libraries. The post Kitchen Essentials: An Interview with Alicia Wise of CLOCKSS appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
In today’s Kitchen Essentials, Roger Schonfeld speaks with Kate Wittenberg and Karen Hanson of Portico, the community-supported preservation archive. The post Kitchen Essentials: An Interview with Kate Wittenberg and Karen Hanson of Portico appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.
In this episode of SSP’s Early Career Development Podcast, hosts Meredith Adinolfi (Cell Press) is joined by SSP’s current president, Randy Townsend. Randy is the inaugural Editor-in-Chief of the GW Journal of Ethics in Publishing and is an Adjunct Professor of the MPS in Publishing program in the College of Professional Studies at George Washington…
Robert Harington talks to Barbara Kline Pope, Director of Johns Hopkins University Press, in this series of perspectives from some of Publishing’s leaders across the non-profit and for- profit sectors of our industry. The post Chef de Cuisine: Perspectives from Publishing’s Top Table – Barbara Kline Pope appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.