Article: Usability and privacy in academic libraries: regaining a foothold through identity and access management
lorraineestelleThe balance between enhanced user experience and privacy is an important issue, so we are pleased to publish in #UKSGInsights Peter Reid’s article “Usability and Privacy in Academic Libraries: R. Insights 32 (1): 33. DOI
transformative agreement toolkit was developed as part of the Society
Publishers Accelerating Open access and Plan S (SPA-OPS) project.
agreements repurpose existing institutional spend with publishers to open
content. They are...
Article: Practice and projects as a basis for academic publishing: case study from Maynooth University Library
lorraineestelleLibrarians, please read this article! Just published in #UKSGInsights a case study about how library practice can be the basis of peer-reviewed articles and how academic writing is a relevant form of CPD.
Article: Usage, engagement and impact: evaluating the usage of and measuring impact and engagement with library resources at Leeds Beckett University Library
lorraineestelleWe co-editors are delighted to publish fab authors today Julie Cleverley @stirli02 and @Samantha_Heeson. Their article on Usage, Engagement and Impact is published in #UKSGInsights today. DOI
lorraineestelleWe Insights editors are delighted to publish this article 'Decolonizing the curriculum' by @ElizabethECharl. An excellent summary of the role libraries and the scholarly communication sector can play in this movement. DOI
The release in September 2018 of Plan S has led many small and society publishers to examine their business models, and in particular ways to transform their journals from hybrids into pure Open Access (OA) titles. This paper explores one means by...