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Chefs de Cuisine: Perspectives from Publishing’s Top Table – Susan King
April 8, 2024 at 5:30 am

Robert Harington talks to Dr. Susan King of Rockefeller University Press (RUP), in this series of perspectives from some of Publishing’s leaders across the non-profit and for-profit sectors of our industry. The post Chefs de Cuisine: Perspectives from Publishing’s Top Table – Susan King appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.

The Evolution of Pronunciation
April 5, 2024 at 5:30 am

Which words do you mispronounce? Or rather, which words that you mispronounce today will eventually be "correct"? The post The Evolution of Pronunciation appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.

Transitional Agreements Aren’t Working: What Comes Next?
April 4, 2024 at 5:30 am

Transitional agreements are proving to be neither transitional nor transformative. How should libraries and publishers reassess and chart a different course? The post Transitional Agreements Aren’t Working: What Comes Next? appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.

Kitchen Essentials: An Interview with Tracey Armstrong of CCC
April 3, 2024 at 5:30 am

In today’s Kitchen Essentials interview, Roger Schonfeld speaks with Tracey Armstrong of CCC, the information solutions provider to organizations around the world.  The post Kitchen Essentials: An Interview with Tracey Armstrong of CCC appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.

Avoiding April Fools, No Post Today
April 1, 2024 at 5:30 am

No post today due to the Easter Holiday and our general disdain for April Fools Day on the internet. The post Avoiding April Fools, No Post Today appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.

The Stories Behind English Letters
March 29, 2024 at 5:30 am

If you're reading this, odds are you know the 26 letters in the English alphabet. But do you know how they came to their current forms? The post The Stories Behind English Letters appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.

Putting Research Integrity Checks Where They Belong
March 28, 2024 at 5:30 am

Research journals and the peer review process should not be the first line of defense in identifying research integrity issues. In today's post, Angela Cochran calls for research institutions to take a larger role in validation and integrity checks. The post Putting Research Integrity Checks Where They Belong appeared first on The Scholarly Kitchen.

Navigating the Retraction Minefield in China and Beyond: A Need for Systemic Changes and Increased Focus on Researcher Well-Being
March 27, 2024 at 5:30 am

The nationwide audit of retracted articles in China underscores the interconnectedness of stakeholders within the research ecosystem and emphasizes the importance of aligning incentives and priorities to foster a culture of integrity and accountability. Can similar efforts be applied globally to cultivate a culture of accountability and transparency?   The post Navigating the Retraction Minefield…