Author: Kevin Jasini

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Success Stories of 2022 – AJET

Success Stories of 2022 – AJET

We are pleased to support AJET as part of one of our infrastructure’s successful implementations, which includes a manuscript submission and peer review management system, production tracking, editorial operation support, open-access hosting, metadata services, and promotional campaigns.

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Success Stories of 2022 – Radboud University Press

Success Stories of 2022 – Radboud University Press

Radboud University Press’s collection includes many book titles as well as publications from four of its journals in English, Dutch, and French, enriching not only the platform’s multilingual content but also the fields of literature, language, and religious studies.

ScienceOpen assists Radboud University Press in this new partnership by indexing its content on our platform and enhancing the discoverability and distribution of its titles in the digital publishing landscape.

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Success Stories of 2022 –African Minds

Success Stories of 2022 –African Minds

Since 2020, ScienceOpen and African Minds have been collaborating in the promotion and dissemination of African Minds’ scholarship, and we are pleased to have developed a user-friendly interface that generates streamlined, machine-readable metadata and quickly integrates rich book records onto ScienceOpen. During 2022, the number of books on the collection of African Minds doubled, generating over 19.000 item requests from users in 120 countries around the world.

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Success Stories of 2022 – Zoonoses Journal

Success Stories of 2022 – Zoonoses Journal

ScienceOpen’s Year in Review presents a few of the remarkable accomplishments and success stories from the past year, that will serve as inspiration for future partnerships in 2023.

Today, we present Zoonoses, which benefits from our open access hosting services and the INTEGRATOR.

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Success Stories of 2022 – Emerald’s SDG collections

Success Stories of 2022 – Emerald’s SDG collections

Emerald Publishing has expanded its collection of Sustainable Development Goals resources on ScienceOpen throughout 2022. These four collections on ScienceOpen support Emerald’s mission of promoting Healthier Lives, Quality Education for All, Responsible Management, and Fairer Society throughout the world, while also aligning perfectly with our goal of promoting diverse perspectives in research across a wide range of disciplines.

New Military Studies content by Marine Corps University Press

New Military Studies content by Marine Corps University Press

MCUP publishes open access books, which, along with the journals, provide a forum for interdisciplinary discussion of national security and international relations issues, as well as how they affect the Departments of Defense, the Navy, and the United States Marine Corps directly and indirectly.

Scholars and ScienceOpen users can access selected books in this collection that cover a wide range of disciplines and topics within the research scope of Marine Corps University Press. We invite you to browse some of the most recent book titles and to share and recommend your favorites.

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ScienceOpen’s Monthly Digest – November 2022

ScienceOpen’s Monthly Digest – November 2022

Welcome to November’s monthly digest, where we provide you with the most recent updates on new publishers and journals that have joined our platform, as well as brand-new collections that may support researchers and editors in their scientific work.

Looking back at the month of November, we added more publishers to our network and grew the number of scholarly publications, which is now more than 82 million.

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Recognizing Preprint Peer Review – Survey + Online Meeting

Recognizing Preprint Peer Review – Survey + Online Meeting

To support preprint peer reviews, HHMI, ASAPbio, and EMBO will be organizing a virtual meeting on December 1st and 2nd on the topic of Recognizing Preprint Peer Review.

The meeting will aim to promote community consensus, to support preprint peer review, and to create funder, institutional, and journal policies that recognize both preprints with reviews, and reviews of preprints

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