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Articles from Research Information (December 1, 2018)

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'Don't close the definition of "open" for books' To make all academic research findings accessible to everyone, we must explore what, exactly, we mean by 'open access' for books, writes Matthew Day. Day, Matthew 628
A truly exciting time: Danny Kingsley, deputy director at Cambridge University Library, looks back at her early days at Australian National University--and forward to the many challenges facing librarians. Interview 1606
AI powered research intelligence for data-driven decision making. 267
Brexit: 'near-fatal' warning for scientific endeavour. 367
CISPC 2018--meet our moderators! December marks our annual event, Challenges in the Scholarly Publishing Cycle 2018, and it's time to meet our moderators. 693
Connected, open, seamless: Annette Thomas, of Clarivate Analytics, was keynote speaker at Charleston Conference. Here, we present some highlights from her speech. Thomas, Annette Conference news 857
Creating 'fundamental truth': SpringerNature's new CEO Daniel Ropers was keynote speaker at the STM Frankfurt event this month. Here, he outlines his early thoughts as a 'newbie' to scholarly communications. Ropers, Daniel Interview 1479
De Gruyter and Jisc Collections sign journal and open access agreement. 261
End predatory publishing and put re earch first: Despite the problems confronting academic publishing, it remains one of the most lucrative sectors in the world. Martin, Manuel 1647
In Review. 412
Is it time for open submissions? Publishers should be constantly aiming to develop technological innovations, argues Amye Kenall. Kenall, Amye 679
Leader: Tim Gillett: Look on the. Conference notes 222
Open Access Week: CUP moves four journals to gold OA. 368
Open data: growing pains: while resarchers, publishers and funders warm to data sharing, issues over misuse, citation and credit remain. Pool, Rebecca 2123
Predatory conferences on the rise: Thousands of researchers being conned into attending 'fake' events. Gillett, Tim Conference news 181
Research impact and academic blogging: Research impact is being considered more urgently as researchers must increasingly justify their relevance, writes Janet Salmons. 1350
SAGE MILES. Cartoon 309
Securing your library's resources: Ensuring security in libraries is more important now than ever, writes Skott Klebe. Klebe, Skott 791
State of Open Data 2018 released. 566
The importance of concepts: Harnessing content management is the next generation in technology for publishing, writes Manisha Bolina. Bolina, Manisha 748

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