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Articles from Research Information (June 1, 2018)

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A Guide for the Modern Librarian. 349
Anke Beck joins IntechOpen. 178
Annotation in the scholar and publisher workflows: Heather Staines investigates data portability and flexible data creation. Staines, Heather 1649
Artificial intelligence platform wins Digital Science Grant. 270
Citing sources simply isn't good enough for science anymore: The best research needs ideas from a wider range of people and publications, writes Anita SchjOll Brede. Brede, Anita Schjoll 1183
Clarivate buys AI-technology start-up Kopernio. 349
Countdown to CISPC18 begins: Plans are afoot for the second annual Research Information event, Challenges in the Scholarly Publishing Cycle 2018. 397
Democratising science: Virginie Simon, CEO & co-founder of MyScienceWork, explains her ambition to map, structure, manage and measure impact--and promote research content. Simon, Virginie Interview 927
In the know: Knowable Magazine aims to cover the significance of research in a compelling fashion, write Eva Emerson and Richard Gallagher. Emerson, Eva; Gallagher, Richard 691
InTechOpen implements Dimensions badges. 265
Karger opens Dubai office. 172
Leader: Tim Gillett Blast from the past. 237
OpenAthens chooses Google Cloud. 364
Peter Lang partners with Jisc on UK agreement. 193
Publishers join Blockchain for Peer Review project. 436
ResearchGate works with three companies on sharing project. 396
Return to responsibility: From the Journal Impact Factor to the latest altmetrics, scholarly players are crying out for metrics to be used responsibly, reports Rebecca Pool. Pool, Rebecca 2276
Scholarly publishing and a gender divide: It probably won't come as news that there is a gender pay gap in scholarly publishing, say Alice Meadows and Lauren Kane. Meadows, Alice; Kane, Lauren 893
Seek and you shall find: Nine industry figures give Tim Gillett the low-down on recent developments in discovery as part of the research process. Gillett, Tim 2402
Tech-savvy guests celebrate online users at OpenAthens 2018 Conference: Cambridge Analytica and Facebook were high on the agenda at OpenAthens' international conference for librarians, writes Jon Bentley. Bentley, Jon Conference news 983
The centre of teaching and learning: Academic libraries have made a success of becoming research hubs for their parent institutions, writes Robert lannello. Lannello, Robert 897
UK universities drop in global innovation rankings. 478
Vizors. 129
Working to preserve knowledge: Research Information interviews SAGE founder Sara Miller McCune following her London Book Fair Lifetime Achievement Award. McCune, Sara Miller Interview 2110
Working towards a more connected scholarly ecosystem: Changes in the scholarly research landscape were hot topics at this year's inaugural SSP London event, writes Laura Wheeler. Wheeler, Laura 942

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