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Articles from Research Information (January 15, 2020)

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'An irreplaceable source of information': Gaelle Bequet, director of ISSN International Centre, outlines the work of the Keepers Registry. Bequet, Gaelle 527
'No rhyme or reason' on ebook prices: A UK-based university librarian has spoken out about 'gobsmacking' prices being charged for some ebooks. 861
2020 vision. Gillett, Tim 244
Academic libraries and Covid-19: a view from Italy: The pandemic has demonstrated the importance of open access and open science. Morriello, Rossana 889
Accelerating open science in physics: Daniel Keirs considers open science from the perspective of a physics publisher, including some of the steps needed to accelerate progress. Keirs, Daniel 1562
Breaking up the old-fashioned academic paper: Documentary-maker Alex Freeman (right) never thought she would make a tool that could overhaul the structure of academic publishing. Freeman, Alex; Holst, Faye 846
Bringing method to madness: Data is everywhere--but where does it come from, where is it being stored, and is it worth keeping? It is crucial to take stock. Stokes, Paul 820
Closed countries, open data: Rebecca Pool asks: has Covid-19 pushed the move towards open data to the point of no return? Pool, Rebecca 3198
Combining institutional repositories and artificial intelligence: AI in academia is poised to induce an unfaltering growth stance in research and innovation. Ekanayaka, Sally 672
Helping new audiences to follow the science: Richard Gallagher explains why reliable scientific insight is needed more now than ever. Gallagher, Richard 1442
It's all about open: Here, we present a round-up of recent news stories in Research Information relating to open science and open access. 1941
Open research: what's missing? Open science--or open research, as we prefer at Digital Science--is now a familiar concept for which many have strived for years, writes Isabel Thompson. Thompson, Isabel 911
Open to discussion: After two days of CISPC 2020, the event closed with a panel talk rounding up the main themes. Here are some of the questions posed by moderator Tasha Mellins-Cohen (right) --and a selection of the panellists' comments. Interview 1767
Opening up the chemical sciences: Roheena Anand explores how the Royal Society of Chemistry is navigating the transition to open access and open science. Anand, Roheena 837
Suppliers' Directory. Directory 794
Swimming against the tide: Oluchi Ojinamma Okere considers Nigerian academic libraries and their struggle for relevance. Okere, Oluchi Ojinamma 846
Tackling the rising tide of research misconduct: Martin Szomszor discusses the role librarians and information professionals play in maintaining the value and long-term sustainability of scientific literature. Szomszor, Martin 771
Towards a community-driven, open access university publisher: Alenka Princic and Frederique Belliard describe how they influenced the change from traditional academic publisher to innovative and community-driven university press at TU Delft. Princic, Alenka; Belliard, Frederique 1714
Virtual event delivers real-world interaction: There was high praise for the fourth iteration of CISPC--this year held in an entirely digital format. 603
We just have to do something! The open research agenda--for publications, data and code--is driving firms to explore new business models. Hinchliffe, Lisa Janicke 873
You didn't ask, but I'll tell you anyway! Anna Seiffert reflects on the need to communicate the collection budget to admin and faculty. Seiffert, Anna 827

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