Does Scholarly Publishing Have an Innovation Problem?

Is there an entrenched stasis in scholarly communication in which the core elements of the system have not been much moved by the revolutions happening around us?

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Guest Post — The Monograph and the Mission: University of Michigan Pledges $1.2 Million to Fund Open Access Book Publishing

The University of Michigan Press discusses its burgeoning open access monograph program.

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Scientific Journeys: A Physicist Explores the Culture, History and Personalities of Science – A Book Review

Robert Harington reviews Fred Dylla’s book, Scientific Journeys: A Physicist Explores the Culture, History and Personalities of Science, a collection of prose pieces that portray the author’s approach to a world of science and the science of the world.

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Ask the Fellows: SSP 2022 Annual Meeting

We ask the 2022 Society for Scholarly Publishing Fellows to offer their thoughts on this year’s Annual Meeting.

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