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When is the right time to go mobile?

I spent today at the HighWire Publishers Forum, a fascinating meeting of like minded publishers all grappling with how to use technology to best reach readers and members and serve the library community.  Then along comes “mobile” and the temptation … Continue reading

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Video presentations on social science publishing

The STM Association recently held an excellent meeting titled Beyond Books: What STM and Social Science Publishers should learn from each other.  Because attendance was impacted by the travel chaos in London at that time, STM have made the videos … Continue reading

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Are Academic Conferences Broken?

There is an excellent blog post on The Noisy Channel regarding the role of academic conferences today. What are they for, where are they going wrong, and how can we fix them? The comments in particular make for very interesting reading.

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