– the scholarly peer review platform – has launched , a reviewer search and matchmaking tool to enable journal editors to confidently and reliably find, screen, and connect with reviewers. The AI-powered technology combines Publons’ cross-publisher peer review platform of more than 400k reviewers with Web of Science – the world’s largest curated author and citation database to deliver a high number of precise recommendations from more than seven million authors.
Crowdhelix, the Open Innovation network for research organisations and businesses, has announced a partnership with academic publisher to support impactful research. Previously known as Vision2020 and now relaunched as Crowdhelix, the network connects participants from leading research institutions and innovating companies around the world.
Platforms played integral roles in helping publishers scale audiences. Now, they’re helping with publishers’ subscription ambitions, with new product features and programs to educate publishers just starting to pursue consumer revenue.
While publishers are heartened by these steps, many are wary. Not only do platforms have a history of changing their minds about how their products work, they are also limited in their ability to help publishers’ subscription efforts. Here is a rundown of what the platforms have done and the gripes that publishers still have with them. Continue reading “Subscription publishers (still) have platform problems”
Today, Clarivate is announcing that it recently acquired Kopernio, a startup launched last year to streamline access to scholarly content.
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New fields in AllenTrak, Editorial Manager, EJPress, MPSTrak, PeerTrack and ScholarOne simplify research dissemination for authors
For immediate release, March 27th, 2018 –– Kudos (www.growkudos.com), the award-winning platform for managing research dissemination, is proud to announce the expansion of its service enabling publishers to incorporate a Kudos field into their manuscript submission system. Integrations with Allen Press’ AllenTrack and Peer Track, Aries’ Editorial Manager, Clarivate Analytics’ ScholarOne, EJPress and MPSTrak mean that Kudos’ publisher partners can now collect plain language summaries during manuscript submission or review, enabling authors to begin the process of explaining and sharing their research prior to publication. During a trial period*, 47% of authors chose to add a plain language summary at the point of submission.
Integrations have been implemented for publishers and societies including the American Thoracic Society, the American Psychiatric Association Publishing, the Association for Computing Machinery, Cambridge University Press, De Gruyter, Emerald Publishing, the European Respiratory Society, Future Science Group, ICE Publishing, the the Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy (JOSPT), Liverpool University Press, Policy Press, SAGE Publishing, Wiley.
“These integrations are important for two key reasons,” says David Sommer, Product Director and co-founder of Kudos. ”Firstly, the sooner researchers start disseminating their work, the greater its impact potential; and secondly, embedding Kudos in existing workflows minimizes the effort required for authors to take this important step for their work.”
“Bringing Kudos further upstream in the research workflow has always been a core part of our plans,” adds Melinda Kenneway, Executive Director and co-founder of Kudos. “We continue to pursue this goal in a range of ways; for example, later this year we’ll be broadening the range of research objects for which researchers can use Kudos to manage dissemination. This means researchers will be able to track and evidence the effectiveness of dissemination, and increase the impact potential of their work, long before the point where they are publishing.”
Kudos integration is now possible for any manuscript submission or review system for which either the provider or the publisher is able to: add a “Kudos” field; export its contents in either JSON or Excel format; and transfer this to Kudos via either API or email. For further information about integrating Kudos with your manuscript submission system, please contact Claire Kemp (current Kudos clients), Peter Shelley (publishers who are not yet Kudos clients) or David Sommer (system providers).
* Publishers including Emerald, Future Science and Wiley participated in a six month trial whereby a Kudos field was added to the ScholarOne submission workflow for a subset of journals.
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Over 200,000 researchers have signed up to use Kudos’ free platform for managing communications around their publications – across multiple publishers and tools. They explain work in plain language and generate trackable links for sharing via email, web and social networks; these enable communications to be directly mapped against views, downloads, altmetrics and citations. Kudos thereby provides researchers, and their publishers and institutions, with a rich understanding of which channels and activities are most effective for broadening reach and impact. Kudos has over 100 publisher, institutional, society and corporate customers around the world. Recent analysis of Kudos data indicates that growth in full text downloads on the publisher site is 23% higher when the Kudos toolkit is used. Kudos won the 2015 ALPSP Award for Innovation in Publishing and has been named in Outsell’s “Ten to Watch” for three consecutive years; Outsell recently assigned a “positive” rating to Kudos’ new “shareable PDF, describing it as a “a pragmatic solution to a key industry issue”.
About Allen Press (www.allenpress.com)
Allen Press, Inc., uses top-notch printing, content publishing, and precision marketing services to help organizations make their stories come alive.
About Aries Systems (www.ariessys.com)
Aries Systems transforms the way scholarly publishers bring high-value content to the world. The company’s innovative and forward-looking workflow solutions manage the complexities of modern print and electronic publishing—from submission, to editorial management and peer review, to production tracking and publishing channel distribution. As the publishing environment evolves, Aries Systems is committed to delivering solutions that help publishers and scholars enhance the discovery and dissemination of human knowledge. Publish faster, publish smarter, with Aries Systems.
About EJPress (www.ejournalpress.com)
EJPress peer review software is a fully-configurable system that facilitates the peer review process from manuscript submission through acceptance. 5,000+ configuration flags allow eJournalPress to customize the workflow for publications of all sizes with intricate workflows, shared databases, exports to vendors, and manuscript transfer between a single organization’s journals.
About MPS (www.adi-mps.com/)
MPS Limited is a leading provider of platforms and services for content development, production, and distribution. Over the 46 years of its dominant presence, MPS has established itself as a global leader in its space with partnerships with the world’s leading publishers and platforms. MPS Limited offers a diverse geographic spread with facilities in Dehradun, Noida, Gurgaon, Bengaluru, and Chennai in India; and offices in Orlando, Portland, Durham, and Effingham in the US. MPS North America is a wholly owned subsidiary of MPS Limited and provides full-service editorial, design, research and permissions, and production services to the educational publishing market with expertise in developing turnkey solutions for print and online products.
About ScholarOne (clarivate.com/products/scholarone/)
ScholarOne provides comprehensive workflow management systems for scholarly journals, books, and conferences. The ScholarOne web-based applications enable publishers and societies to manage the submission, peer review, production, and publication process more efficiently and access intelligent information to help make strategic decisions. ScholarOne is a product of Clarivate Analytics, the global leader in providing trusted insights and analytics to accelerate the pace of innovation. Building on a heritage going back more than a century and a half, we have built some of the most trusted brands across the innovation lifecycle, including Web of Science, Cortellis, Derwent, CompuMark, MarkMonitor and Techstreet. Today, Clarivate Analytics is a new and independent company on a bold entrepreneurial mission to help our clients radically reduce the time from new ideas to life-changing innovations. For more information, please visit clarivate.com.
Today, we are making it easier to use your phone to find and scan scholarly articles. Clicking a Scholar search result on your phone now opens a quick preview:
You can swipe left and right to quickly flip through the list of results. Where available, you can read abstracts. Or explore related and citing articles, which appear at the bottom of the preview along with other familiar Scholar features.
When you find an interesting article, you can click through to read it immediately, or you can tap the star icon to save it for later in your Scholar library. You’ll need to sign in to the same Google account on both the phone and the laptop to use this feature. This lets you find and save papers on your phone wherever you are. Once you get home, you can grab a cup of coffee and click “My library” on your laptop to get to your reading list.
Quick previews are available in Chrome, Safari, Samsung, and other standard browsers on recent Android and Apple phones. Sorry, they won’t work in Opera Mini or other special-purpose browsers; and they are not, at this time, available on tablets.
We would like to thank our partners in scholarly publishing that have worked with us on this. Working together, we hope to help make research more efficient everywhere.
Posted by: Alex Verstak, Software Engineer
The holy grail of Open Access: sharing that benefits authors
As a researcher, you are often urged to make your work openly accessible. And sure, that’s a laudable goal, but… What’s in it for you?
With job prospects in academia being not that rosy, it is no surprise that open access is not the primary consideration for researchers considering where to get their work published. When push comes to shove, making a living is more important than access to your research.
But why not both? You can give yourself that career boost and support open access. Continue reading “The holy grail in Open Access: sharing that benefits authors”
The @scholarcy Chrome extension looks cool. Uses AI to create summaries for academic PDFs, then deletes the PDF. Interestingly, they take the time to argue this is Fair Use under US © law. I wonder if this is because they plan to distribute the summaries. https://www.scholarcy.com/faq/ pic.twitter.com/J4rrUmsUhN
February 21, 2018 – Santa Clara, CA – For the fifth year in a row, Atypon has placed in the widely respected International BioASQ Awards competition. Atypon’s ongoing research and development (R&D) into artificial intelligence technologies led to four awards for four different semantic technology categories in the 2017 BioASQ Challenge. Continue reading “Atypon’s Artificial Intelligence R&D Fuels Four More BioASQ Awards in Semantic Technologies”
Mesh is an open-access web space for people involved in community engagement with health research in low and middle-income countries (LMICs). Mesh provides a neutral location for engagement practitioners, researchers, health workers and others to find resources, seek expertise, and share their questions and experiences. Continue reading “Mesh: Community Engagement Network”
Research groups, departments, impact leads and units of assessment invited to join early access program
For immediate release, February 13th, 2018 –– Kudos, the award-winning service for maximizing the reach and impact of research publications, is launching a new dissemination management toolkit for research groups, university departments and REF Units of Assessment. Through this new service, research groups will be able to plan, action and report on a wide range of outreach activities for key outputs and projects, helping build a broad and international audience for their work, and accelerating its impact. Continue reading “Kudos launching new dissemination management and impact acceleration services”
The internet’s first great achievement was putting in place ubiquitous connections: people to people, people to information, and information to companies and institutions. Having spanned the globe and linked billions of people together, now comes an altogether more crucial phase: making the information gleaned from this vast, ever-expanding network relevant, personal and effective.
Mendeley Careers is at the forefront of this trend. Soon it will feature its first recommender function that makes looking for the next job suggestions more convenient than ever. Its unique algorithms will leverage the Elsevier ecosystem to provide tailored recommendations. It will no longer be necessary to knock on opportunity’s door, opportunities will arrive in your inbox, matched to your profile and interests. Continue reading “Coming Soon: Careers’ Suggest”
February 6, 2018 – Belmont, MA – Inera Inc., the leading provider of editorial and XML software for scholarly and technical publishers, today announced the release of eXtyles Metadata Extraction Technology, designed to integrate with manuscript submission systems, preprint servers, repositories, and STM production workflows to accurately identify and mark up metadata from unstructured text in author-supplied Word files. Continue reading “Inera Inc. Announces eXtyles Metadata Extraction Technology”