We are very excited to highlight our diverse and impressive book content, which has been featured in tens of collections and includes publishers from all over the world.
To explain in more detail the full potential of BookMetaHub, we have the pleasure of inviting you to our upcoming Webinar. Register for free today!
April has been a very busy month, with a lot of networking, promoting scholarly excellence, and announcing exciting integrations and technological improvements to ScienceOpen’s infrastructure.
This year, the London Book Fair returned, and it was a wonderful occasion to catch up with old and new friends about topics we care deeply about, such as Open Science and the promotion of the Sustainable Development Goals in our network and beyond.
Explore our activities during the month of April through our Monthly Digest.
With 46 members in 18 countries, AEUP aims to increase the visibility of member presses and share knowledge and support about scholarly publishing. ScienceOpen will assist AEUP in their mission of knowledge distribution by providing cutting-edge publishing services and facilitating communication between members of the association and scholarly circles in Europe and beyond.
In 2021 we were awarded the BMBF grant and launched the new platform in Beta one year later with basic upload, enhance, and export functions. Since then we have been on a steep learning curve, not least thanks to our publishing partners willing to test and share feedback about the platform and its functionalities with us.
We are excited to announce the final release of our BookMetaHub and to take stock of its full functionality and latest additions in today’s blog.
BookMetaHub will not only help to build a more open and inclusive publishing ecosystem, but it will also help publishers simplify content management by providing a freely accessible, cutting-edge hub designed for an easier exchange and update of interoperable book and chapter metadata for academic book titles.
We were curious about our most read and cited book titles on ScienceOpen so put together a few highlights.
Welcome to 2022! At ScienceOpen we are looking forward to working with you in the new year. Since I was a kid I loved the new year as a moment to reflect on what I had accomplished and on all the plans that I hoped to realize in the coming months. So it is a great pleasure to share with you some of the highlights from the past year and give a peek at where we are heading.Continue reading “Happy New Year from ScienceOpen!”