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Articles from Research Information (April 1, 2019)

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'I can understand anger against publishers': Sabine Hossenfelder describes a communication problem in the industry. Hossenfelder, Sabine 898
'Those who hold the purse can change the system': Robert-Jan Smits gave an impassioned update--and defence--of Plan S at APE 2019 in Berlin. Smits, Robert-Jan 1024
A fresh approach to academic book publishing. 697
Advice for learned societies. 291
An ongoing shift in the library's role: Brett Rubinstein was interviewed as part of Research Information's report The Scholarly Publishing Research Cycle 2018. Rubinstein, Brett 902
California Dreamin': The Society for Scholarly Publishing heads back to the west coast for its 41st Annual Meeting. 525
ConTech 2019 launches themes and call for speakers. 376
Geographic trends in attitudes to open access: Donald Samulack presents some highlights from a report on the different approaches to the biggest change in research availability in decades. Samulack, Donald 1540
Google boosts academic research presence. 462
High five for female researchers. Awards list 420
Leader: Tim Gillett: A Berlin issue. Gillett, Tim 203
Librarians! Let us know what's bothering you! 154
Linking the industry: 'Flying Dutchman' Arnoud de Kemp, who turns 75 this year, reflects on a distinguished career in publishing. de Kemp, Arnoud Interview 955
Mixed reactions to Wiley German deal. 278
Observing open access: Achieving change forces us to embrace new initiatives that renew our progress. Hook, Daniel 1199
Platforms of note: Five industry figures tell us what authors should be looking for when disseminating their work. 2778
Ready to go, whatever the alternatives: Jim Longo considers options for publishers from a product perspective. Longo, Jim 664
Report highlights misused metrics and recommends alternatives. 437
Researchers: stop signing away your copyright: David Prosser encourages authors to stand up for their rights. Prosser, David 925
Rogue peer review--a polysemy in the making: Lou Peck discovers that a challenging issue is also increasingly complex--but there is also plenty to be celebrated. Peck, Lou 1672
Springer Nature and ResearchGate announce agreement. 362
Springer Nature pledges S express support. 775
The rise and rise of e-reading: As academic players embrace the ebook, scholarly publishers are clearing the path to easier access. Pool, Rebecca 2040
The UK's National Bibliographic Knowledgebase has arrived: NBK has made a great start providing one place for UK academic library data. Bartlett, Sarah 1265
What does the Web of Science tell us about Plan S? Nandita Quaderi summarises findings from The Plan S footprint: Implications for the Scholarly Publishing Landscape. Quaderi, Nandita 1107
What is the added value of a traditional publisher? Lyubomir Penev proposes a holistic solution to alleviate current issues. Penev, Lyubomir 868

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