While we get ready for one of the industry’s largest and most important events in the next days, we wanted to take a look at some of the services and publishing solutions that ScienceOpen provides, for books and not only books.
Visiting Frankfurt Book Fair? Drop by our stand (4.2 L10), sit down, and talk to us about ScienceOpen services for publishers and what else you would like to see us working on in 2023.
Our #ExploreSDGs campaign aims to promote content that is advancing the research and discussion on topics related to the Sustainable Development Goals, but at the same time, it wants to encourage publishers and researchers to join the challenge of achieving Agenda2030’s goals by curating their own SDG research on ScienceOpen.
A stack of stickers, flyers, and business cards are ready to go. We are blogging from the train this morning on the way to Hannover for the Open Science Festival. It is exciting to be on the road again after years of pandemic lockdowns and Zoom webinars. But we are also happy that some digital conferences in the mix let us be flexible and save carbon.
ScienceOpen works with a diverse community of publishers and is a great and useful resource for research in many subjects, including psychology.
Many of our partners publish in the field of psychology, and in this post, we will highlight some of the most notable and recently added psychology-related content and collections on the ScienceOpen network.
On this blog, we want to share some conference collections that are currently available on our platform, as well as some of the tools and features that make ScienceOpen the only publishing platform you will need for your conferences.
With this new integration, ScienceOpen helps publishers and funders alike to track the visibility of their outputs on the internet. By adding integration with the Funder Registry for all BookMetaHub users, we can simplify and speed up the process of metadata distribution for publishers and improve discoverability for funders.
JMIR is one of the most agile and innovative medical publishers in the STM digital publishing space. We are thrilled to be working with them to promote their content within the ScienceOpen discovery environment and look forward to an exciting partnership.
Modern research is about weaving together different strands of information, thought, and data to discover something we did not know before. At ScienceOpen, humanities research lives in harmony with Maths, Engineering and the Natural and Physical Sciences. We specialize in integrating research from across the humanities and social sciences from disciplines such as Linguistics with Brill, Literature, History and Cultural Studies with the Open Library of Humanities, and Psychology with Hogrefe. Our ever-expanding humanities section includes rare delights such as Medieval Heritage, Comics, or Greek Linguistics.
Integration leads to discovery
By working with a range of publishers and transcending disciplines, our research network constantly finds new connections for users to explore. This enriched context is based on article-level citation and reference analysis, with each nod, or link, in this network designed to expand the horizons of researchers and help them to discover previously unknown relevant research. Recently, we took the diverse field of Archaeology and integrated it into this mix to see what happens.
Our recent additions to the discipline include the Open Access Internet Archeology, and the researcher-led collection Digital Archaeology (edited by Dominik Hagmann). These latest additions fit beautifully in to our already existing Archaeology corpus of 9980 research articles, with the 5 colourful featured Archaeology journals by Equinox already thriving among them.
Let’s take a look at what all this new research has to offer! They reveal to us the material remains of ancient cultures, historical accounts of past lives, and tell us stories about what is it like doing Archaeology in a modern, digital research environment.
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