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Articles from Research Information (August 1, 2018)

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'Access anywhere' product with Google Scholar rolled out by HighWire. 475
'Preprints with The Lancet' launched on SSRN. 432
2017 CiteScore values released. 255
Altmetric Badges for Books implemented by IntechOpen. 429
Boot camp to uncover taxonomies. 342
Building the next generation: John Sack, founding director of HighWire Press, describes some key moments during his time in the industry. Sack, John Interview 1421
Clarivate releases enhanced 2018 Journal Citation Reports. 527
Facing up to the challenge: Bespoke London venue to host second annual Research Information event, Challenges in the Scholarly Publishing Cycle 2018. 404
GDPR's impact reaches way beyond the EU: Scott Macdonald outlines the European data law--and potential repercussions and solutions for organisations around the world. Macdonald, Scott 1412
ILI: London calling. 434
Launching Ada! 171
Leader: Tim Gillett: Mining a rich seam. Gillett, Tim 219
Librarians adapt to an increasingly digitally focused world: Kristina Symes considers the key issues librarians face in relation to enabling access to research online. Symes, Kristina 771
Manuscript exchange gathers momentum. 242
Messy data: managing it really matters: Jude Towers and David Ellis, from Lancaster University, discuss practices in 24/7 data generation and what this means for research. Towers, Jude; Ellis, David 741
Millionth OA download at UCL Press. 292
Researchers invited to apply for $25k Clarivate award. 299
Revolution or evolution? As the open access landscape grows in volume and complexity, Rebecca Pool asks whether calls for caution should be heard. Pool, Rebecca 1754
Royal touch for ALPSP event: Awards finalists announced as annual conference moves to stately home in historic mansion house near Windsor, UK. Conference news 587
Scholarly Communication: What Everyone Needs to Know. 287
Share and share alike. 335
Springer Nature partners The Next Web. 216
Supporting journal publishing in the developing world: Journals face challenges in becoming known and respected in international research. Sian Harris describes JPPS, managed by African Journals Online and INASP. Harris, Sian 1452
The meaning of semantics: Four industry figures discuss the latest developments around semantic enrichment. Gillett, Tim 2556
UK research universities already 'open doors': Adam Tickell outlines the open access achievements UK universities can be proud of, and the next steps needed to remain a global leader in research. Tickell, Adam 762
Varied content types improves learning, say students. 284

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