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Research evaluation – is it our business? The role of librarians in the brave new world of research evaluation

A guest post from Louise Skelding, Senior Publishing Editor based in London Earlier this week I attended the JIBS event at the University of Birmingham on ‘Research evaluation – is it our business? The role of librarians in the brave … Continue reading

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How do publishers manage requests for data mining?

The Publishing Research Consortium has just published an interesting survey of publishers’ responses to the issue of data mining.  A research study into Practices, Policies, Plans…..and Promises written by Eefke Smit and Maurits van der Graaf reports on a survey they … Continue reading

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