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cOAlition S, Plan S and accelerating OA

cOAlition S, Plan S and accelerating OA

*Update, February 14 2019: read the feedback we’ve submitted to cOAlition S in response to the Guidance on the Implementation of Plan S* The recent announcements emanating from Europe around open access (OA) have resonated throughout the globe. In this post we examine the origin and aim of Plan S, briefly outline reactions to the […]

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Academic mentoring for editors and ECRs

Academic mentoring for editors and ECRs

Academic mentoring can be a fantastic tool for journal editors and early career researchers (ECRs) alike. Whether you’re looking to foster meaningful connections across research communities, develop your own understanding and skills, or build a professional network, academic mentoring could be the answer. In this post, we’re sharing the benefits of academic mentoring, along with tips […]

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Top tips from an editor on how and why to launch an open data journal

Top tips from an editor on how and why to launch an open data journal

Guo Huadong is a Professor of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth (RADI). He currently serves as Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Digital Earth as well as Big Earth Data. Prof Huadong has over 30 years of experience in Earth observation. He specializes in radar remote sensing […]

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How to use Open Science Badges to reward your journal authors

How to use Open Science Badges to reward your journal authors

The Journal of Social Psychology fully embraces data sharing. And not only do they ask authors to share their data, they also reward them for using Open Science Badges. In this post, Jon Grahe, the journal’s Managing Executive Editor, talks about awarding Open Science Badges. He also discusses his views on data sharing and transparency. What are […]

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My role as a social media editor - one year on

My role as a social media editor - one year on

The last time we interviewed Claire Sewell, she’d just been appointed to the role of social media editor for the journal New Review of Academic Librarianship. At that time, we wanted to find out about her new role and her hopes of creating an effective social media presence. A year on, we caught up with her to reflect […]

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